Most Beautiful ISKCON Temples In India
Sri Krishna-Balaram Mandir in Vrindavan happens to be the first-ever ISKCON Temple in India and dates back to 1975.
Sri Krishna-Balaram Mandir, Vrindavan
Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir, Delhi
Standing in splendor at Delhi’s Greater Kailash area, this ISKCON Temple houses the world’s largest sacred book that weighs 800 kg.
Sri Radha Krishna Temple, Bangalore
Situated in Bangalore’s Rajajinagar, the Sri Radha Krishna Temple is a revered shrine that is dedicated to Lord Krishna and his followers.
ISKCON Temple, Chennai
Tucked away on the East Coast Road in the southern part of Chennai, this prepossessing ISKCON Temple has been structured on 1.5 acres of land.
The ISKCON Temple in Anantpur features a horse-drawn chariot! It has four enormous statues of horses right at its entrance, making it look super grand and aesthetically pleasing.
ISKCON Temple, Anantapur
This ISKCON Temple in Mumbai is at a stone throw away from the scenic Juhu Beach. The temple organises daily discourses on various scriptures pertaining to the realm of vedas.
Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari Ji Temple, Mumbai
The ISKCON Temple located in Pune’s Kondhwa area is a beauty to admire! It was opened for visitors back in 2013 and happens to be the largest of its kind temples in the city.
ISKCON Temple, Pune
A highly revered place for Lord Krishna’s devotees in Kolkata's Mayapur, the Radha Krishna ISKCON Temple is a spiritual and tranquil place .
ISKCON Temple, Kolkata
Grand infrastructure and peaceful ambience are two of the many attributes that make this ISKCON Temple in Siliguri so beautiful.
Sri Sri Radha Madhav Sundar Mandir, Siliguri
Located in the south of the Pink City, ISKCON Sri Giridhari Dauji Temple is one of the most famous places where tourists can visit all-around the year.
ISKCON Sri Giridhari Dauji Temple, Jaipur