ISKCON is not only a temple, but a world-famous destination for people to learn about Hindu-culture and Lord Krishna, through Bhakti Yoga or Krishna Conciousness. ISKCON Temple, situated in East of Kailash, Delhi, was inaugrated by former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1998.
1. ISKCON Delhi – Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Temple 2. ISKCON Mahipalpur 2. ISKCON Chattarpur 3. ISKCON Chhipiwara 4. ISKCON Rohini 5. ISKCON Panchsheel Enclave 6. ISKCON Punjabi Bagh 7. ISKCON Dwarka
The Janmashtmi celebrations at ISKCON Temples is quite famous among the devotees. Every year on Sri Krishna Janmashtmi, worshippers come together in large numbers and celebrate the festivity by praying, organizing various events in full swing.
Started by the ISKCON Group, Govinda's is a chain of restaurants specializing in Satvik India, Chinese, Tandoori and other cuisines. They also cater to marriages, conferences and celebrations.
It is a beautifully decorated multi-purpose hall spread over 6700 sq. ft. of area. It can cater to almost 500 people at once and is perfect for all celebrations.
You can visit the temple anytime from 4.30 am to 9 pm. The day at the temple starts from Mangala Aarati at 4.30 am, followed by other prayers.
The nearest metro station to the temple is NehruPlace, located on the violet line. Temple is 5 km. from Nizamuddin Railway station, 12 km. from New Delhi railway station and 20 km. from IGI Aiport