Iskcon TempleCurrently Closed
- Address: Hare Krishna Hill, Sant Nagar, Main Road, East of Kailash, New Delhi, Delhi 110065, India
- Timings: 04:30 am - 09:30 pm Details
- Phone: +9111-26235133
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Performance, Family And Kids
Iskcon Temple - Review
The ISKCON temple in Delhi is a religious site of repute in India. ISKON temples are found in several cities in India and the organization strives to reach out to all the religious people. Iskcon stands for International society for Krishna Consciousness. It belongs to the Vaishnavite school of thought so the patrons of this temple are believers of Vishnu.
The focus of this temple is on spirituality and hence it is ideal for the religious traveler as well as the culture seeker. There are several halls. The people here perform six different types of aartis everyday so do stay for the prayer time when you go there to witness the performance. The walls of the temple have been decorated with the works of artists from Russia. The paintings portray different scenes from the lives of deities like Lord Krishan and Radha, and Lord Ram and Sita.The place is a great site to visit on a weekday as weekends may get rather crowded. Be sure to explore all parts of the temple if you can.
Iskcon Temple Information
- Photography is not allowed inside.
Iskcon Temple Opening and Closing Hours
- Morning Prayer Timings- 4:30 am, 7:15 am and 7:45 am
- Evening Prayer Timings- 12:30 pm, 7:00 pm and 7:45 pm
- The main temple hall is closed between 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and from 9:00 pm to 4:30 am.
- The main altar remains closed from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
How To reach Iskcon Temple by Public Transport
- Bus Stop- Nehru Place station, Kailash Colony Station
- East of Kailash Rail- 5 km from Nizamuddin Station
Restaurants Near Iskcon Temple
- Al Jawahar
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Things to Know Before Visiting Iskcon Temple
68.97% of people who visit Delhi include Iskcon Temple in their plan
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60.45% of people start their Iskcon Temple visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Iskcon Temple
94.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Iskcon Temple
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Iskcon Temple, Delhi Reviews
ISKCON Punjabi Bagh is one of the popular place among Krishna Conscious People. this place is very good to find mental peace, you can regain the touch with your god and your faith. the temple is well maintained and you will be able to buy all kinds of books and photos here. there is parking available and also there is community service section one can join.
This Temple is God Krishna. This Temple was Part of a Isckon Community. This Temple is Very Clean and Beautiful. Temple have many painting and Statue of God Krishna. This Temple is Organized a two time Prays. This Temple have Very Beautiful and Gold made Load Krishna Statue.
Kindly share the link of kirtan which used to play on the speakers in the day time in mandir hall!?
Always ready to listen internal voice to be there... Shops bakery from ISKCON TEMPLE... Everything is Parshadam, all items offer first in Temple then we can buy... I prefer to buy from ISKCON TEMPLE... Hygiene products...
The only temple of ISKCON in Delhi NCR where there is a diety of Lord Krishna and Balaram. How can this beautiful deity darshan can be missed of two beautiful brothers. Lord Krishna is seen standing with one of his hands kept on the shoulder Of Lord Baldev and trust me it looks very soothing to the eyes and loving to the heart. It reminds of Krishna Balaram diety of Vrindavan. Centre is ofcourse Lord Jagannath with his brother and sisters and to the right is extremely beautiful diety of Radha Krishna. Just at the look of the diety one can feel ecstatic love for Radha Krishna. Truly amazing dieties and shringar and a must see in Delhi. Some other things to note are #Parking is available on the main road but i found that not more than 30 odd cars can fit at a time. #after entering to the left is Gift shop, to the right is a way to Govinda Restaurant and temple office and washrooms at the end #like all ISKCON the timing fir darshan and kirtan and puja is same. Morning darshan starts with Mangla Arti at 4.30 am and last darshan at night, sharp at 9 pm. Then Lord goes for the sleep. #The best part is the dieties are visible from outside too as they have put a glass door so that everyone can have darshan. #The temple is located in the posh area of West Punjabi bagh. The Holy Mahamatra and the vibe of Krishna love is felt in every breath you take here. Just too Beautiful.