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ISKCON Temple

New Delhi

14.4/5(29 Ratings)

ISKCON Temple Overview

Ranked 15 of 1270 sightseeing in New Delhi

ISKCON Temple was built in 1998 on a hilly terrain by the member of Hare-Rama Hare-Krishna cult. This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is situated in the East of Kailash area in New Delhi. It is also known as the Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir, which is a Vaishnav Mandir of Lord Krishna and Radharani.

This temple was designed and constructed by Achyut Kanvinde for the followers of Srila Prabhupada. It is one of the largest temples in Delhi with separate rooms for priests and servicemen. The huge halls in the complex are used for administrative purposes that are divided into four different sections.

Temple priests offer 6 different aartis to the main deities daily, which include Mangala Aarti, Tulsi Aarti, Dhoop Aarti, Raj Bhoga Aarti, Pushpa Aarti and Sandhya Aarti. Janmashtami festival is celebrated at a grand level at this ISKCON Temple.
 

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What travellers are saying about ISKCON Temple

Experience scale
  • Very Good 5
  • Excellent 3
  • Average 1
  • Terrible 0
  • Poor 0
  • Below Average 0
  • Good 0
Travellers recommend
  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Sunset
Facilities available
  • Food available for purchaseFood available for purchase
  • Bathroom facilitiesBathroom facilities
  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
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Operating hours

Monday - Friday:
4:30 AM -9:00 PM
Saturday:
4:30 AM -9:00 PM
Sunday:
4:30 AM -9:00 PM
Public Holidays:
4:30 AM -9:00 PM
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99% voted as clean

Reviews and Ratings

Ashish Sehgal

Ashish Sehgal4.3/5

115 reviews

Very well maintained temple

The best part I liked about ISKCON Temple was the way it has been maintained by the administrative team. It's very neat and clean. This temple also has a very good restaurant. Food is very good.

Ankit Vadhera

Ankit Vadhera5.0/5

11 reviews

Beautiful Temple

There are 4 Iskcon Temples in and around Delhi. One of them is in Dwarka, one in Punjabi Bagh, one in Noida and one in East of Kailash. One will feel so peaceful after visiting this temple. Must visit in Delhi trip.

Parth Sabharwal

Parth Sabharwal5.0/5

368 reviews

Indian temple organised by foreigners

Isckon temple in Delhi is one of the most beautiful temple of the world, though it is being organised by the foreigners, but their devotion towards god krishna is marvellous.

Parth Sabharwal

Parth Sabharwal4.3/5

368 reviews

Temple of Krishna

This temple of Krishna is maintained by the international community of Krishna consciousness. They have shown their interest in Krishna and given the masterpiece to Indians in Delhi. Khichri ka parsad is being served to everyone, everyday, this prasad is very tasty. I love to visit again and again.

Rishabh Jain

Rishabh Jain5.0/5

2 reviews

Enchanting place

I am a Krishna devotee by heart and you might find this review a biased one. But this place is so peaceful and all you can do is melt yourself in the aura and chant.

Deepak Kukreja

Deepak Kukreja4.6/5

43 reviews

Pleasant experience

Such a nice place to visit, very well-maintained and cleaned. Beautifully designed inside the temple, just freshened my mind totally. It looks very nice in the night because of lighting. Many people were dancing in rituals style. Such a superb experience.

Krishan gopal Malu

Krishan gopal Malu5.0/5

43 reviews

Big and beautiful hotel

A very beautiful and big temple. I like the vedic expo museum and the light and sound show it offers. Also, the food at Govinda's Restaurant was very very tasty.

Kamal Kumar

Kamal Kumar4.3/5

1 review

Fabulous temple

Sri Sri Radha Madhav temple, the ISKCON centre at Kanpur, situated at kalkaji, is Radharani's wonderful blessing the idols selected are so beautiful. One must visit and feel. Words can't explain. Do visit the Gaushala and offer suitably for the gentle cows specially brought in from Gujrat. The project is still under process.Do not forget to chant : Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare.You feel the gift of happiness as you keep chanting the maha mantra.

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Sumit Sachdeva

Sumit Sachdeva5.0/5

6 reviews

Rama Krishna devotees temple

A temple for Krishna Rama devotee. Very calm place for meditation and chanting. Situated in south Delhi. Easy connection to local market and 24x7 transportation. Lovely temple with tempting Radha Krishna idols. You can carry mobile phone, digital camera, food and water. Robot show is a must watch. Best time to visit is in morning and evening, please skip afternoon.

Manoj  chhablani

Manoj chhablani5.0/5

28 reviews

Temple is designed beautifully

The temple premise is good. Once you are inside the premises you will hear chants of Krishna from every corner, so nice experience. The main temple is designed beautifully with the information and photos of ISKCON temples around the world. Outside the temple there are 108 steps wherein you will find people standing in queue and chanting "Hare Ram Hare Ram, Ram Ram Hare Hare" "Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare." Once they say and move 1 step forward by saying this mantra to next step and at the end of 108 steps there is garuda statue placed for darshan. Prasadam is very nice (masala Khichdi). You can buy prasad of ladoos and other things from here. They have canteen for snacks and bakery items also available. Restaurant Govinda also present in temple premises to satisfy to taste bud with pure satvik food. Must see Vedic expo where they showcase life of human being from birth to death and Krishna's teachings.

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Photos of ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple, New Delhi

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Iskcon Temple in New Delhi
ISKCON Temple, New Delhi

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Lalit mishra

Holi festival is vry nice
ISKCON Temple, New Delhi

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Lalit mishra

Holi festival is vry nice
ISKCON Temple, New Delhi

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Ruhi kumari

Ye jagah na Milega dobabra