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Admire the imposing complex of ISKCON Temple Bangalore, one of the largest ISKCON temples, known for its modern architecture. The spacious temple was built in 1997 by Madhu Pandit Dasa, the president of the International Society for Krishna Conciousness in Bangalore. Climb the steps on Hare Krishna Hill to reach the temple and join the devoted pilgrims in paying their respects to the deities. Upon exiting the temple, you’ll encounter an array of shops offering a range of souvenirs, books, and local delicacies. Use our Bengaluru travel route builder website to visit ISKCON Temple Bangalore on your trip to Bengaluru, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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ISKCON Temple Bangalore reviews
Premises is huge and well organised with variety of food to eat. We can collect few souvenirs also Metro station is very close to temple. Parking is not an easy task until you are lucky.
Premises is huge and well organised with variety of food to eat. We can collect few souvenirs also Metro station is very close to temple. Parking is not an easy task until you are lucky. more »
We visited the temple with family members. The temple is very clean displaying all kinds of worship material. It is in three phases. The last idols of Radha Krishna are very beautiful. After...
We visited the temple with family members. The temple is very clean displaying all kinds of worship material. It is in three phases. The last idols of Radha Krishna are very beautiful. After... more »
This temple is very well built. Its artwork and architecture is worth watching. On festivals, there is huge mob, so better to go on off days. For aged people it may be difficult, as you have to walk a long distance to reach the main temple. Tip: Better to keep cash, as in temple premise the network is low and UPI may not work.
No doubt the place is miraculous. Very peaceful place to visit anytime with anyone. Mostly it's very crowded on sundays. The temple itself is beautiful in structure. Get blessings from the lord. The temple has it's own shoping area where you can find many spiritual related stuff. The best part is prasadam counters 🖤. The food is so tasty that you'll never forget. I'll suggest you bring some cash with you because if crowd is there it's most likely you can't do UPI or other online payments. Enjoy!
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