Shree Govindajee Temple History

Shree Govindajee Temple Imphal Timings, Route Info, Darshan

The Shree Govindajee Temple showcases the architecture, love, peace and devotion. Shree Govindajee Temple stands as a symbol of devotion and integration of the Manipur region. People from various locations come and visit Shree Govindajee Temple for worship. This centuries-old temple holds the importance towards both historically and spiritually. This Temple stands as an epitome of worship.

The temple was originally built during the session of 1846 AD during the Maharaja Nara Singh reign. This temple was constructed with two gold plated tombs on the top of the temple, the architecture of the temple is elegant and the temple atmosphere is peace and pleasant surrounded by a garden and a small pond. This temple is next to the palace of the former ruler of the then Manipur kingdom .

The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and his Consort Radha, Temple is totally composed of six idols of the deities but the priority is given to the idol of Lord Vishnu. The temple also shows the temple of Lord Jagannath. An Ocean full of devotees and tourists of different cast and creed rush to the Temple for worship. This picturesque implicates the message Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam which means “the World is one family”.

The songs, bajanas, aartis..etc dedicated to the Lord gives a message of unity and integration . King Bhagya Chandra carved the idol of the Lord of  Shree Govindajee Temple that is Lord Krishna. This temple is the largest Hindu and Vaishnava temple of Manipur.

Shree Govindajee Temple Timings:

All Days Of The Week

Morning: 5.30 am to 1.00 pm

Evening:4.00 pm to 8.30 pm

Shree Govindajee Temple Address :

Wangkhei Keithel Ashangbi,

Imphal East 795005 Manipur,




All Days Of The Week

Aarti :

Morning: 6 am

Evening: 7 pm

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