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ISKCON Chandrodaya Temple

Mayapur Centre, Mayapur, India
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It's all about money....Another Business center.

If you want to see discrimination between white(foreigner) and normal Indians(not a devotee), visit... read more

Reviewed May 3, 2017
BantakalDotCom
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Udupi, India
Beautiful Temple

It is the temple of lord Krishna.. temple is very beautiful. The prists in the temple are basically... read more

Reviewed February 11, 2017
Rakesh s
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Reviewed May 3, 2017

If you want to see discrimination between white(foreigner) and normal Indians(not a devotee), visit Mayapur ISKCON. If you are a white, foreigner, in devotee dressing you can even enter from exit door, allowed to take mobile inside the temple and you can take a picture...More

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Reviewed February 11, 2017 via mobile

It is the temple of lord Krishna.. temple is very beautiful. The prists in the temple are basically foreners.

Thank Rakesh s
Reviewed December 4, 2016 via mobile

Its a wonderful place people who like peach its a best place to go.Its not like other tourists places where you ll find very congested .Its completely different feeling if someone is filling down ....Not able to manage hectic day to day life come and...More

2  Thank Ghanadip
Reviewed August 15, 2016

Reached by car with my wife, son and daughter-in-law 13th August evening , stayed at Conch guest house . The guest house has all the facilities , and adjacent to existing temple premises , overlooking the grand Chandrodaya temple under construction.We had morning Aarti darshan...More

1  Thank Radheshyam B
Reviewed May 30, 2016 via mobile

Mayapur is located in Nudea district, famous for the ISKON temple. One should catch Krishnanagar city local train from Sealdah and from Krishnanagar station they will get bus which will take around 1 hour to reach the temple. It is a very nice well maintained...More

Thank subhrajyoti d
Reviewed May 21, 2016

This is the birthplace of founder of ISKON. The temple is truly divine. Try to attend the aarthi. And food is absolutely wonderful. There is construction going on for the worlds largest temple. Would like to see that once it is complete.

Thank Priya G
Reviewed May 20, 2016 via mobile

The current construction project of the TOVP (Temple of Vedic Planetarium) is very large aiming to build the biggest hindu temple in the world. Till now the work of constructing outer structure has been completed nearly. The grand temple will open to public in 2021....More

Thank Hemant G
Reviewed May 18, 2016

The place has a great experience. Must stay at night to complete the experience. Activity at the place begins early in the morning. Ends with a closing down at the temple. The community kitchen is great. Few other places to visit as well. Round off...More

Thank Dev1972
Reviewed May 9, 2016

This place is calm and composed that one will like almost everything in here. Great structure of the building and definitely a place for Lord Krishna worshippers.They serve lunch also, pure veg delicious food here.

Thank Akki786
Reviewed April 30, 2016

The world headquarters of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness is located on the confluence of 2 rivers, the Ganges and the Jalangi. It is a large township and houses the original residence of Sri Prabhupad and the temple itself which contains the beautiful deities...More

1  Thank KSBan
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