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#2 of 1193 Places To Visit in Bengaluru
iskcon temple
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Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Road, West Of Chord Road, Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560010, India
+91-80-23471956 +91-80-23578346
entry fee
No entry fee
All days of the week
4.15 AM - 5.00 AM
7.15 AM - 1.00 PM
4.15 PM - 8.30 PM
4:15 am - Mangala Arati 4:45 am - Sri Tulasi puja 5:00 am - Sri Narasimha Arati 5:10 am - Suprabhata seva for Sri Srinivasa Govinda 5:20 am - Nitya Shodasha Upacara Puja & Japa Meditation 7:15 am - Shringara Darshana Arati and Guru Puja 8:30 am - Lecture on the Srimad-Bhagavatam
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

how to reach iskcon temple

The temple is located in Rajaji Nagar, North Bengaluru. It is well connected to the rest of the city through various modes of transports. One can hire a cab from any part of the city to reach here.

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about iskcon temple

The ISKCON Temple in Bangalore is the perfect combination of technology blended with tradition. A combination of glass and gopurams, it glitters atop a 7-acre hillock. It is one of the largest ISKCON Tempe in the world. Ornate arches and pillars, soothing fountains and a magnificent Rajagopuram make this a peaceful place even for the non-religious person. Though thousands of devotees visit every day, the interiors are spacious and atmospheric with chants, bhajans and cool breezes. ISKCON Temple through its various charity programmes provides free food to those in need.

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ISKCON Temple traveller reviews

3 ISKCON Temple reviews
Supriya Sehgal
Supriya Sehgal
The ISKON experience
Nov 10 2014
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temple is a massive white complex, which accommodates thousands of visitors each day. Here one can experience the vision of founder A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, to promote Vedic cul ...... read more
Kaushal Upadhyay
Kaushal Upadhyay
Oct 02 2014
It's a divine place. ..didn't like the special pooja concept that divides people on the grounds of Their economy. front of the creature him self

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