Iskcon Temple, Ahmedabad

Iskcon Temple, Ahmedabad - Address, Phone Number

Address: ISKCON Satellite Road, Sarkhej, Highway Crossing, Ahmedabad- 380059, Gujarat, India

Phone: +91-7926861945

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Timings: 04:30 am - 09:00 pm Details

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About Iskcon Temple, Ahmedabad

The International Society for Krishna conciousness was founded by his divine grace Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1966. It is of the Gaudiyavaishnava tradition. This was a style of spiritual tradition according to the Bhagavad – Gita and the Shrimadbhagavatam. The culture and philosophies of ISCKON were first established by Sri Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. He is said to be a direct avatar of Lord Krishna along with the 6 Goswamis of Vrindavan. The Mahaprabhu was the seed for a massive Bhakti movement in India that became very popular. Sri Chaitanya had many followers to spread the Krishna Conciousness philosophies. His followers included many to form the Vaishnava clan. This also included a fantastic theologian, Bhaktivinoda Thakur, who brought this clan in front of the modern audience. His son, Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Goswami took forward the legacy perfectly to spread the consciousness in the west also. He is the spiritual prophet of the Srila Mahapada School of the Bhakti Movement.

The beautiful ISCKON Temple in Ahmedabad boasts of a majestic height with amazing pillars carved with the events of Lord Krishna’s life such as his pastime activities, etc. it is one of the largest modern temples in India. It is built in a lovely combination of the Gujarati Sompura and the RajasthaniKhamira architectural styles. The temple can house 4000 people at one time and has the idols of Radha-Krishna, Gaur-Nitai, Sita-Rama-Lakshmana-Hanumana, Shrinathji, Jagannath Balaram Subhadra and other forms of Srila Prabhpada and Srila Bhakti siddhanta Saraswati. The pillars have ornamental stone carvings, marble floors with marvelous colorful granite designs. The windows are carved in Rajasthani Mewa’s style and the Khemira decoration. The ceilings also have stunning Araish designs.

The temple thus aims at spreading peace among members of the society and bringing people nearer to Krishna.

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Iskcon Temple Information

  • You can also contact on +91 7926861644 / +91 7926862350
  • Footwear is not allowed inside.
  • Alcohol and smoking is not allowed.
  • Best time is to visit during the morning and evening artis.
  • Main festivals are Rathyatra and Holi.

How To reach Iskcon Temple by Public Transport

  • The nearest airport is the SardarVallabbhai Patel Airport.
  • The nearest railway station is the Hamedabad Junction.

Restaurants Near Iskcon Temple

  • McDonald’s
  • Fresspasso
  • Dominos
  • Murugan Express
  • Oshwal Food Mall
  • Tapi Restaurant
  • Pizza & Pasta
  • Honest
  • Khavda’s
  • Zayka
  • Shri Yammi Food
  • Sankalp Express

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ISKCON Temple, Ahmedabad Reviews

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  • In past used to be a heavenly place for chanting Krishna's name along with devotees.So peaceful and orderly managed with least human interference. Presently the inner decorum is inclined towards artificiality and the outer is a fully developed food zone. Appearance slowly this might take over the prominance as a fast food joint. So pray authorities revert to the original institution of a gods place and encourage more numbers of devotees. Hare Krishna.

  • Amazing environment inside the temple. Peaceful and relaxing. Worth a visit. It feels as if all the positive vibes are filled in inside

  • A very good ISKCON Temple. A place where you will get peace of mind. Nicely maintained. In true sense a devotional place.

  • Peaceful iskcon temple in the middle of a crowded road. You can spend some time quiet time and also shop, eat and relax inside the premises.

  • Temple is good and peacefull but there canteen food is not a worth penny its just irritating food and not a single taste in it. They should give a good parking place as sometimes police comes and take photos because seasonall festivals crowd comes.

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