ISCKON - Hare Ram Hare Krishna Temple at Juhu, Mumbai


INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR KRISHNA CONSCIOUSNESS -ISCKON temple at Juhu.

ISCKON temple known as Hare Ram Hare Krishna is situated in Juhu.
Founder of ISKON Temple Juhu - A.C. Bhativedanta Swami Prabhupada.

Nearest Railway station from Iskon Temple Juhu - Vile Parle, Andheri.(Western Suburb)

Address of ISKON Temple Mumbai
Hare Kirshna Land, Near Juhu Beach, Juhu Rd, Juhu
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400049
Telephoen : 022 26206860

Website of ISKON Temple : www.iskconmumbai.com
ISCKON temples are spread all over the world.

Statement of Purposes of the Hare Krishna Today are :

1. To glorify the efforts of the hare Krisan Movement and to establish spiritual
consciousness in a materially contaminated world.
2. To provide access to genuine resources and assaociation.

The temple is a very beautiful one, built with marbles all over, and the deities Chaitanya, Kishana, Radha, Rukhmani and Sathyabhama, Rama, Lakshmana, Sia and Hanumanni are decorated in a marvelous way many times in a day.

Opposite these deities, a life size statue of the founder A.C. Bhativedanta Swami Prabhupada is there, which looks very real, as if he is sitting there in front of the Lord Krishna in flesh and blood.

Accommodation facilities at ISKON Temple, Juhu, Mumbai are available. The rooms are maintained speck and sparkling clean .Available at a very cheaper rate compared to the 2 or 3 star hotels.

Timing of ISKON Temple, Juhu, Mumbai


Aarti time at ISKON Temple, Mumbai isMorning 4.30 Mangal Aarti is a must to attend. Creates a superb feeling after witnessing the prayer.

Through out the day there are something or the other pujas going on. Tourists just pour in on week ends specially.

A beautiful auditorium is there, where special discourses on Bhagwad Gita are given every day. Particularly on Sundays.

Prasads are distributed on Sundays to life members free of cost and to other visitors at cost.

What to See at ISKON Temple, Mumbai


Mouthwatering snacks, bakery products, icecreams, somasas, potato vadas, Dhoklas, Wafers and chips. A special herabl tea, and Thandai are also available.

There is a huge library, selling spitual books, Bhagwad Gita, etc, and Tulsi malas, spiritual logos printed on Kurtas, Tea shirts, etc. are also available in stores.

The auditorium is let out for outsiders for performing functions also.

There is a wonderful "Govinda Restaurant" where you get very nice vegetarian food, and other items also. They also give room service.

Many foreigners are settled there in the temple. It is very nice to see them clad in saffron dhotis, and singing bhajans along with the Indians. Even some foreigners give discourse on Bhagavad Gita in the auditorium.

When you come out of the temple, just opposite to that a Muktidham temple is there, where all main deities are worshiped and Navagraha idols are also there.

Just five minutes walk form the temple, you can reach a beautiful beach, very lovely, neat & clean and very calm. Where we can spend hours tirelessly and enjoy the high and low tides and waves of the blue sea under the clear blue sky.

Regards
Sushila

Reference: www.iskconmumbai.com


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