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ISKCON Temple, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad

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One of the busiest locations in the city, ISKCON Temple, Ahmedabad features stone domes hand-carved with images of Krishna. A blend of Gujarat Sompura and Rajasthani Khamira building styles, the shine encompasses 1.3 hectares (4 acres) and includes one of India's biggest temple rooms, which can receive about 4,000 people at any given time. The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), headquartered at the site, offers daily lectures on scriptures. Make ISKCON Temple, Ahmedabad a centerpiece of your Ahmedabad vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Ahmedabad trip builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • Peace full place.We went on a weekend during ekadashi. There was very less visitors & we spent around half an hour.  more »
  • It is Lord Krishna's temple. One of the famous temple of Ahmedabad. In a regular days there will not be too much population​. A must visit temple. Try to visit on a Janmashtami you will be pleased wit...  more »
  • I saw in India some temples of Hare Krishna movement. All of them are something vaguely similar to one another. Not outwardly, although it is possible to detect something common in the form of the Isk...  more »
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  • Nice experience. Deities are beautiful. The area is within city itself. A must visit place for believing Hindu visiting here
  • Divine and spiritual place! Mesmerizing ambiance with beautiful hearth touching idol of lord Krishna! Good food also available! Good place for evening outing!
  • Good place to visit but not that special. Before you see god first you find big posters and counters for accepting donations. Best part was chanting Hare Krishna by stepping on special arranged marble setup one after other.
  • I was expecting something bigger and better. Not worth to visit especially tourist like me from different city. You can visit, if you are religious person, but not worth to visit based on travel cost and when you disappointed after reaching there.
  • Great ambience and spiritual ethnic soul fullfillment... There is nothing wrong with keeping in touch with your inner side...