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ISKCON Temple Bangalore, Bengaluru (Bangalore)

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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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. Put ISKCON Temple Bangalore and other Bengaluru (Bangalore) attractions into our Bengaluru (Bangalore) trip itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • A must place to visit in Bangalore. Temple is built for Lord Krishna. All the time we spend in the temple we find the inner peace and so pleasant. The ISKCON tradition and customs are very different a...  read more »
  • Very Serene, amidst the crowd. Wonderful prasadams and lot of snack options for food. Wonderfully cooked veg delicacies. Soul soothing music. A must visit in Bnglore. 
  • Something unique, it's impressive. Highly recommended... It is considered wear shoe easy to remove because you need to go barefoot.
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  • Nice temple to visit with family. Place is huge and big. Apart from temple everything else looks commercial to me. Restricted exits, one have to go through all the queues visiting all the shops. They have all the fast foods inside name it who will get it there. Overall nice place to visit and spend some time.
  • A beautiful and serene location.. Isckon temple sits atop a small hillock.. provides a beautiful view of the city skyline.. temple is maintained well. Pretty clean.. once inside u will fell very calm and peaceful (if u manage to find a good parking space, which is available inside the premises).. it's a huge temple but it's bit commercialized.. you as a visitor will have to take a long route to exit and forcefully see the commercial shops within.. although the items sold are pretty good.. total time for darshan - half hour Exit time - add another 30-45 min..
  • The temple is beautiful! It has a very large built up area. The carvings on are really good. You can sit here for as long as your want, peacefully. They have made the path in such a way that you go through all their items. At the end, varieties of food is served like Holige, Dhokla, Rasgulla, Pakodas etc. After you exit the main temple, delicious khichdi is served. Then you can sit and relax more near the fountain.
  • A most visit temple in bengaluru. Good weather, well organized, well maintained one of the best iskon's in india. Very motivative youth programs.
  • Modern temple... Very well maintained..With mini theater playing cartoon series of Lord Krishna.. Food is very expensive for the quantity and quality they offer..
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