ISKCON Temple , Bangalore

 ISKCON  Temple

About the temple

Sri Radha Krishna-Chandra Temple is one of the largest Krishna-Hindu temples in the world. It is situated in Bangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka. The temple is dedicated to Hindu deities Radha Krishna along with Lakshmi Narasimha , Krishna Balarama and Chaitanya.

This is  one of the top pilgrimage sites & tourist places to visit in Bangalore.

ISKCON  Sri  Radha  Krishna  temple  was inaugurated  in  the  year  1997  by Shankar  Dayal  Sharma , then  President  of  India. The  temple  was built  to  honor  the  birth  centenary of  Sri  Prabhupada ,  the  founder  of  the ,   ISKCON ( International Society for Krishna Consciousness ) .

There are three part of the temple.

The first one is 

 1 . Narasimha Temple : 

Narsimha temple is dedicated to the deities  of  Laxmi Narasimha . To enter in this temple, have to walk 108 steps of stairs. 

Shri Lakshmi Narasimha

There is a gold-plated dhwaja-stambha (flag post) which is 36 ft high 

2 . Srinivas Govinda Temple

 3 . Radha Krishna Chandra             Temple

The temple is  dedicated to Sri Radha Krishna, Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Nitai Gauranga, and Sri Prahlada Narasimha.

Sri Sri Radha Krishna Chandra 

Sri Krishna Balarama 

Sri Naitai Gauranga 

Day and night view of the temple

How many festivals are celebrated in the ISKCON temple? 

ISKCON temple celebrates festivals that are either related to avatars of Lord Vishnu or with Vedic culture.

 . Rama Navami

 . Narasimha Jayanti

 . Ratha Yatra

 . Balaram Jayanti

 . Jhulan Utsav

 . Sri Krishna Janmashtami

 . Vyasa Puja

 . Sri Radhashtami

 . Deepotsava

 . Govardhan Puja

 . Vaikuntha Ekadashi

 . Nityananda Trayodashi

 . Gaura Poornima

Other activities 

Food is distributed every day by the temple which is called Prasada ( Khichadi) 
And this is free for everyone.

There is a Shopping Complex also where you can buy food , Radha Krishna painting and books which is related to the Radha Krishna and Vedic Culture.


The temple covers an area of 7 acres and is built in Dravidian style. The temple is an exclusive combination of glass and gopuras, modern and traditional South Indian Temple architecture. The four gopurams inside the temple are connected by a striking glazed-glass canopy.

The temple has Vedic museums, landscaped gardens, exhibition halls and a lecture hall. 

The ISKCON temple is more than a place of worship, as it hosts several spiritual, educational and cultural activities. 

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