ISKCON Temple : Bangalore- A Peaceful place

This article gives you the information about ISKCON Temple in Bangalore city

My mind is calm, when last month I made a visit to the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple in Bangalore. A week of break times monotonous routine gave me the pleasure of being in close contact with the Almighty. Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka India South boasts the largest ISKCON temple in India. Each year a number of supporters, irrespective of caste, creed and religion make a trip to the temple of Krishna and purify their thinking process with sacred mantra and bhajan.


ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) was founded in the year 1997 and is one of cultural symbols in southern India. The temple architecture is neo-classical surroundings and is decorated with arches and fountains. The spiritual environment of the sacred complex welcomes tourists sitting in order to seek a peaceful visit to the temple of India.

ISKCON- An Institution For Spiritual Education

Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple is dedicated to more than just a place of worship. Founded by Swami Prabhupada ACBhaktivedanta, the sanctuary is an institution for spiritual formation. The objective is to form a link between cultural and religious all age groups in all classes of society. The singing of hymns, sayings of inspiration that happens every year. During the holidays, the number of visitors to the temple exceeded expectations. Besides, I like to visit ISKCON (Delhi) on Sunday.


Attractions in ISKCON

ISKCON whole comprises the area for more than seven hectares. There are 5 temples, multi-view movies, outdoor auditorium, outlets for organic products, and arts and crafts outlet, Vedic Library. Moreover, there is Akshay Patra kitchen and mechanized and pure vegetarian restaurant that offers food foodies luxury. Tourists who are members of the temple, can handle several days of retirement housing and residential complexes.

If you want to know more about the temple and its founder, Swami Prabhupada, officials can contact the tourist agencies.

How to reach

The mausoleum is a Rajainagar Hare Krishna Hill, located 10 km from Vidhana Soudha. It is 7 km from the railway station and 35 km from Bangalore International Airport Bangalore. Now, travelers can easily reach the temple, where in the city.

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