ISKCON Temple Delhi

ISKCON Temple, Delhi

ISKCON Temple, Delhi – History, Timings, Pooja Timings, Light and Sound Show Details, Mahabharata Show, Gita Exhibition, Ramayana Show, Robot Show, Accommodation, How to Reach and Online Booking

ISKCON Temple Delhi History:

ISKCON Temple situated in Delhi is one of the popular temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple complex has many sectors such as exhibition halls, Library and much more where one could come to know about the founder of ISKCON and about Lord Krishna. The temple complex is spectacular for its beauty and for its mesmerising architecture. Always the temple vibrates with the humming of the Lord’s name “Hare Krishna, Hare Rama,”. The Prasad of the temple is also very delicious also one can buy the Prasad and can take home.

ISKCON Temple Delhi Timings:

All Days of  the week
4.00 am to 9.30 pm
Note:

Main Temple Closes Between 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm

ISKCON Temple Delhi Pooja Timings:

Pooja Timings
Mangala Aarati 4:30 am
Japa (Mantra) Meditation 5:15 am
Darshan Aarati 7:15 am
Guru Puja 7:30 am
Srimad Bhagavatam Discourse 8:00 am
Raj Bhog Aarati 12:30 pm
Usthapana Aarati 4:15 pm
Sandhya Aarati 7:00 pm
Bhagavad Gita Discourse 8:00 pm
Sayana Aarati 8:30 pm
Temple Hall Closes 9:00 pm

Light and Sound Show Details:

Indians Rs 100/- per person
Foreigner Rs 300/- per person

 Gita Exhibition:

  • Rs 100/- per head Duration 30 minutes

Robot Show:

  • Rs 100/- per head Duration 1 hour

Mahabharata Show:

  • Rs 100/- per head Duration 1 hour

Ramayana Show:

  • Rs 100/- per head Duration 1 hour

ISKCON Temple Festivals:

  • Gaura Purnima
  • Ramanavami
  • Sri Krishna Janmashtami
  • Radhastami
  • Jagannath Rath Yatra
  • Nauka Vihar (Boat Festival)

How to Reach ISKCON Temple?

By Air:

New Delhi International Airport is the nearest Airport which is 20 km away from the temple

By Rail:

Nizamuddin Railway Station (5 km) and New Delhi Railway Station (12 km) are the nearest railway stations to the temple

By Road:

Delhi is well connected with other major cities; also many private vehicles are easily available to the temple.

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