ISKCON Temple Bangalore

ISKCON Temple at Bangalore is the largest “The International Society for Krishna Consciousness” temple in the world.

ISKCON Temple Bangalore at night
ISKCON Temple Bangalore at night

Srila Prabhupada established this society of Hare Krishna movement or ISKCON, as it is known, in 1967. He went to United States and spread the message of Lord Krishna . He engaged people to chant the holy names of God Krishna, called ‘Hare Krishna Mantra’. ISKCON is not a hobby nor a religion; rather its a way of life to end the sufferings. He made it clear that there should not be any hungry people around 10 kilometers radius of ISCON temple.

ISCON temple and the surrounding cultural complex at Bangalore is situated on a seven acre hillock. The temple complex was inaugurated in 1997 by the then President of India, The cost of this architectural wonder was 32 crores.

How Do I Go the Largest ISKCON Temple?

The World’s Largest ISKON temple is at Hare Krishna Wills, Bangalore. It is located at Rajaji Nagar, North Banglore. There are frequent bus services to Rajaji Nagar from all parts of the city. Bangalore is well connected by trains to most parts of the country. ‘Bangalore City railway station’ is the nearest major railway station to the temple. Bangalore International airport is the nearest International airport to ISKCON Bangalore. There is another ISKON temple at Vaikuntha Hill, Bangalore.

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