A visit to the ISKCON Temple Guest House Vrindavan – Shri Krishna Balaram Mandir Darshan
Situated at Raman Reti road in Vrindavan, the Krishna Balaram Mandir or the ISKCON temple is one of the significant temples of Vrindavan.
Built in an ornate architectural manner, the temple was inaugurated by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada, Founder Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in the year 1975. Spread in a huge expanse, the ISKCON complex today houses a guest house, Govinda’s restaurant, a bakery, a gift shop, Prabhupadji’s house/ museum and his Samadhi Mandir besides the main temple hall.
Moving ahead is the ISKCON Vrindavan guest house building which houses the Govindas Restaurant and bakery, and the gift shop.
Whatever time you spend in its peaceful environs, you will be blessed with many moments that will nudge you to travel within your own self… it’s truly a home away from home!
Tips, FAQ’s and Information for Visitors:
Krishna Balaram Mandir / ISKCON Vrindavan Arti Timings.
Aarti Mangla 5:00 am
Aarti Tulsi 5:30 am
Guru Pooja 7:15 am
Pravachan 7:30 am
Aarti Shringar 8:30 am
Aarti Rajbhog 12:00 pm
Aarti Dhhop 4:30 pm
Aarti Sandhya 6:30 pm
Geeta pravachan 7:30 pm
Aarti Sayan 8:00 am
Krishna Balaram Mandir / ISKCON Vrindavan Darshan Timings:
The temple remains open from 4:30 am to 12:45 pm in the morning and from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the evening.
The temple remains open from 4:30 am to 1:00 pm in the morning and from 4:00 pm to 8:15 pm in the evening.
Is there any entry fee for Krishna Balaram Mandir / ISKCON Vrindavan Temple?
There is NO Entry Fee to enter the temple premises and the temple is open to people of all nationalities.
Address: Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Raman Reiti, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121
Krishna Balaram Mandir / ISKCON Vrindavan Phone Number:
Photography is not allowed inside the main temple hall though it is allowed in the premises. The pictures that you see in the post from inside the main temple hall are from my previous years visits as I have been to ISKCON Temple Vrindavan multiple times in the past when photography was allowed. Rest of the pictures are from this year’s visit (July 2019).