Iskcon Temple

Currently Open [Closes at 12:30 pm]
  • Address: Hare Krishna Land, Juhu | Hare Krishna Land, Juhu, Mumbai (Bombay) 400049, India
  • Timings: 04:30 am - 08:30 pm Details
  • Phone: 022-26206860
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
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The Iskcon Temple or the International Society for Krishna Consciousness is an acclaimed sanctuary in Mumbai. Often called the 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple' and 'Radha Rasabihariji' is devoted to 'Lord Krishna'. It was created and is looked after by the Iskcon Foundation. This sanctuary was built by Swami Prabhupada and is one of the forty Iskcon sanctuaries in India.

Several statues and depictions decorate this wonderful shrine. People come to see it from far and wide. If you go during prayer time, which is a grand affair, you will be able to get to see a vibrant side to the place. Several studies related to Krishna consciousness also find their seat here. Another interesting part is the wonderful community atmosphere you will get to see in this place. The people are dedicated towards the worship of the God Krishna and the devotion shows in every ritual carried out here. A must visit for the culture seeker.

The foundation of Iskcon is famous amongst Krishna followers all over the country and it wont be wrong to say that they have managed to gather a lot of followers from different parts of the world too. Although it can get  a little crowded, you are still sure to find peace from within once you visit this place.

After having mustered a strong faith in the residents of India, the Iskcon temple now has international believers too. Iskcon Temple Tickets are free of cost. In fact, there are no Tickets for Iskcon Temple. However, if you wish to gain more insights on this place you can ask for guided tour from one of the servers of the temple. It is most likely that they will no charge you any Iskcon Temple ticket prices. You can avail some good deals on the nearby attraction with a full-fledged tour. To do so, buy tickets for Iskcon Temple and adjoining attractions at an unbeatable price from our tickets section.


  • Being a religious place , it is expected that you maintain decorum and are dressed appropriately. The rules aren’t strict like other places but it is important to respect the place.
  • Do not talk against Krishna as you may hurt people's sentiments. 
  • Find out ways to donate if you wish to. 
  • They have prayers and quite a few enlightening sessions, you can enquire about them. 

  • Free entry. 

  • Take a train to Andheri or Vile Parle and then travel from here. 

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  • Iskcon Temple Address: Hare Krishna Land, Juhu | Hare Krishna Land, Juhu, Mumbai (Bombay) 400049, India
  • Iskcon Temple Contact Number: 022-26206860
  • Iskcon Temple Timing: 04:30 am - 08:30 pm
  • Iskcon Temple Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Iskcon Temple: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 5.33% of people who visit Mumbai include Iskcon Temple in their plan

  • 60% of people start their Iskcon Temple visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Iskcon Temple

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Iskcon Temple

People normally club together Bus Depot and Juhu Beach while planning their visit to Iskcon Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • The temple is good with an expensive gold decor and a blatant display of rich arrangements. A pure and godly ambience is also a calling for any devout. However, the whole scheme of affairs is such that one can question the merit of such huge investment for a worship place, given the state of desolate affairs of the subjects in the country of its existence. An example is the money spent on the gold used in the decor within the temple precincts, could easily have been used to feed hundreds of hungry stomachs. After all, haven't we been taught that service to the poor is service to the almighty.

  • The place where peace reside if you wanna find peace you should go here this place has a lot of culture within it each and Every religion or cast of people are allowed foreigner are really attracted to this place. They provide free food to people daily. They have special cafe and canteen area with in it of you are a member you can even stay here. If you are near by don't miss this place I guarantee you'll feel that why I didn't visited

  • Nice temple with nice atmosphere inside the temple. Well managed place and good crowd control by the authorities. Statues are beautiful, photography is not allowed inside the temple and rightly so. Staff can get a bit aggressive though to sell the merchandise, specially the books. This needs to be in check as it ruins the peaceful experience of the temple. However a very nice place to visit with family.

  • Peace of mind.. One will feel very relaxing and stress free after visiting. (food form out side is not allowed in the temple). Their are food stall having tasty food (onions and garlic and not added on any food item in the Canteens) but yet they are tasty 😋. No taking pictures in the temple.

  • My favourite place when ever I feel low. Or anytime. Nice people. Good food also. Temple has library also, so you can enjoy reading scriptures. Even the temple has digital library also, so you can watch videos of temple functions worldwide. One can volunteer also to feel good.

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