The temple opened its doors in 1997, becoming not only the center of the ISKCON movement’s spiritual, educational and cultural activities in Bangalore, but also an important place of worship. The temple’s architecture and interiors contrast sharply with the other older temples of the city. The building is modern and spacious, with the four towers of the main temple building connected with glass. The temple spire and flag post are gold-plated.
The temple is open to the public every morning and afternoon for “darshan” when worshipers can see and pray to the idols of Radha and Krishna. As is the tradition in many temples, visitors are offered “prasadam”, a small food offering – usually a sweet, which has been blessed by the god.
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Discover the city of Bangalore and its best attractions on this comprehensive sightseeing tour with a private guide. Trace the history of India’s colonial past ... Read more
Location: Bangalore, India
Duration: 8 hours (approx.)