The ISKCON Temple in Gujarat is the best place to experience spirituality and mental bliss. Also referred to as the 'Hare Krishna Temple', this temple with its calm and peaceful atmosphere, offers the perfect spot for meditation. Inside the Hare Krishna Mandir, one can always hear the chantings of Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Many devotional lectures and addresses are arranged for the benefit of devotees, especially those with a spiritual bent of mind. The followers hold sessions in institutes, corporates, etc., to teach the techniques of spiritualizing the daily life. The constant chanting of the holy names is a special feature at the centre.
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Interesting facts about Iskcon Temple
Radha Govinda Goshala is maintained by the temple authorities that houses several cows and bulls. These well fed cows provide milk for the use in the temple while the bulls are used for agricultural farming.
Facilities provided by the temple include a library, hostel, restaurant and a meditation room. Devotees often like to experience the delicious pure vegetarian Prasad meal. A restaurant situated within the premises of the temple provides varied types of mouth watering vegetarian delicacies.
The sacred site is swarmed with visitors especially during Krishna Jayanti which is celebrated with great zeal and splendour. Temple is beautifully decorated with lights and flowers. Around 108 variety of food is offered to Lord Krishna during this festival.
Renowned as Hare Krishna Temple, ISKCON Temple of Gujarat was built as a step to spread the teachings of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu to maximum number of people. This glorious ISKCON Temple was built by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1997.An enchanting temple reflects a perfect blend of Gujarat Sompura as well as Rajasthani Khamira styles of architecture. Tourists entering the temple can see the astounding images of Lord Vishnu and his different avatars on both sides of the walls.Spread over an area of 1.3 hectares of land it houses the images of Radha and Govinda, Rama, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman, Jagannath Baladev, Shrinathji and Subhadraji. Witness the golden idol of Lord Narasimha and Goddess Lakshmi placed before the images of Radha and Govinda.