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ISKCON Temple and Glory of India Vedic Cultural Center, East of Kailash

ISKCON Temple is one of the most popular landmarks of New Delhi. The temple which is originally named Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir is located at Hare Krishna Hills near East of Kailash. The temple was first opened for public in 1998 by then Prime Minister of India, Shri Atal Bihari Bajpayee.

It is a Vaishnav Temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani. The temple complex also showcases the glory of India’s vedic culture. The temple has a vedic museum where teaching of Geeta is showcased by robots. The museum showcased many aspects of philosophy of Bhagwad Geeta. 

The temple receives millions of visitors around the world every year. On special occasions like Janamashtami, Rama Navami etc. one need to stand in queues for hours for Darshan. 

The ISKCON temple is a delight to visit. One can find immanence peace a soon as he/she enters in the temple complex. The chant of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” make you feel devine. The temple management organize festivals and cultural programs on regular intervals which are very popular among visitors.

The temple is open every day of the week. Below are the time table of various programs which are performed in the temple.

Mangala Arati
04:30 AM
Japa (Mantra) Meditation
05:15 AM
Darshan Arati
07:15 AM
Guru Puja
07:30 AM
Srimad Bhagavatam Discourse
08:00 AM
Raj Bhog Arati
12:30 PM
Usthapana Arati
04:15 PM
Sandhya Arati
07:00 PM
Bhagavad Gita Discourse
08:00 PM
Sayana Arati
08:30 PM
Temple Hall Closes
09:00 PM

How To Reach :- 
By Metro : - Nearest metro station is Kailash Colony and Nehru Place Metro Stations on Violet Line of Delhi Metro System.



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