This temple is dedicated to lord krishna, There is even a restaurant inside the complex in case one is hungry!
I been to their multiple temples, one is east of kailash (behind lotus temple), another one in dwarka. Last I visited at the time of Kirtan Mela. You can get not only mental peace also religious fun. You can go atleast once to get the food for soul..:-)
ISKON temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple is huge and has a huge following of devoted worshipper’s as well. The crowd, when we visited it, was a proof of that. The temple charges a fee for entrance. It is a meager fee and the temple is totally worth it. The temple is spread over a large area and... More
a very peaceful and well maintained place. the devotion of foreigners in the vicinity make you more of believer in the god. located in busy south delhi streets is one of my favourite. built at a height it gives a good view of the area around. janamashtami is definately not a good time to visit the temple as it is... More
We arrived at Nehru Place metro station and walked through an adjacent park towards the Lotus Temple which is closed on Mondays, so by default, we went to Iskcon Temple. Despite our poor timing (we arrived when the main temple was closed), we were able to enjoy the grounds and say our prayers at the (several) morti outside the main... More
It was really nice going there and I enjoyed being there.The prasad is also very nice and its a really very cool and calm place.
Nice, clean, Krishna temple for a somewhat cleansed experience. As we had previously toured a much more interesting Sikh Temple, Mosque and Hindu Temple I would not rate this temple as highly as some have done; still I enjoyed the experience.
Delhis ISKCON temple is as good as the temples all over the world. good arrangement of parking available. The kirtans hare rama hare krishna are divine and you can spend hours and hours hearing the bhajans and join the dance as well. sunday evening is one of the best times to be here. And dont forget the awesome prasad an... More
This is a lovely building very close to the Lotus Temple. It's good to visit both not only due to their close proximity but also as they are very different. Iskcon is very close to the road and not set in large grounds so is very much part of the street scene. It's a Hare Krishna temple and as such... More
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