ISKCON Sri Radha Krishna Temple
$1 per person
ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) is a religious organization founded in 1966. ISKCON runs several temples and spiritual centres all around the world. ISKCON Bengaluru, located in Rajajinagara is the main ISKCON Temple in Karnataka.
Shrines: Radha and Lord Krishna are the main deities in ISKCON Temples. Other shrines at ISKCON Bengaluru are Krishna & Balarama, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu & Nithyananda Prabhu, Prahlada Narasimha,Srila Prabhupada and Srinivasa Govinda.
ISKCON offers several spiritual and educational programs for devotees and interested public. Please visit the official website for upcoming programs and event schedules. ISKCON runs Akshaya Patra program, delivering free of cost nutritious hot meals to over 1.6 million students in 1350 schools all over India.
Places to visit near ISKCON: Freedom Park (7kms), Cubbon Park (8 kms), Bengaluru Palace (8 kms), Lumbini Gardens (11 kms) and Lalbagh (12 kms) are some of the attractions in Bengaluru within short distance from ISKCON temple, Rajajinagar.
ISKCON Visiting Hours : Weekdays: 7.15 AM to 1 PM, 4.15 PM to 8.20 PM, Weekends: 7.15 AM till 8.30 PM. Photography is NOT allowed inside temple premises and modest dress code is recommended. Locker rooms are available to store bags and cameras.
How to reach ISKCON Temple: ISKCON Temple is 33 kms from Bengaluru airport and just 7 kms from Kempegowda Bus Station and Bengaluru city railway station. From here Bengaluru Metro Rail Green line can be taken to reach Rajaji Nagara (Mahalakshmi stop, 700 meters from ISKCON Temple).
Places to stay near ISKCON Temple: ISKCON Temple management runs a 70 room guest house named Yatri Nivas. Multiple budget and luxury hotels are available in Rajajinagar area.
Official website: https://www.iskconbangalore.org/