ISKCON Temple Bangalore, Bengaluru

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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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  • There were two of us only and we been the only European guys among thousends of people. Impressive size impressive feeling.  more »
  • this Temple is really Big. Must visiting Place in Bangalore. you will bless by god and peace in life  more »
  • a must visit, they are some places listed in the Indian tourist guides of Banglore that you can total skip since you will not get any different or better of the places at home or visited before, but t...  more »
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  • It's a Temple cum shopping mall. The place is so beautiful and kept so clean. Their is a well tight security checkup in the entrance. On reaching the top floor of the temple we can have a beautiful view of the Bangalore city. Another important feature is the shopping mall. It lies below the temple. We can find so much if things there like food items crafts etc... Once you go there ,You surely feels to be there again. I can't forget my Visit to this beautiful temple.
  • ISKCON Bangalore is one of most popular place among Krishna Conscious People. this place is very good to find mental peace, you can regain the touch with your god and your faith. the temple is well maintained and you will be able to buy all kinds of books and photos here. there is parking available and also there is community service section one can join.
  • Best place for a short visit and even for some small program. U can see the God Krishna and at the same time u can enjoy good food hear. Even lunch will be tasty. Or else u can have your own choice of food in food court. People can arrange some small programs in the two halls available hear. Lot of parking is also available.
  • From Eagle's eye - Believe me once you visit this temple you will come to know why it tops among the "Bangalore places to visit". The external and internal architecture is amazing. It's a great sight to see the statues in such a wonderful and graceful decoration. My recommendation for a family visit during the evening. Stay until the light are turned on so that you could see the glittering gopuras outside.
  • Very spacious and not much crowded. If you want to spend time while worshipping god, then this is right place for you. Just sit anywhere and start meditating, you'll find peace and will open up your inner spiritual space. Views are also good and there is lots of place and things to click pics for you social profiles. Visit here at least once a year and you'll know how costly it is now a days to worship god. May Lord Krishna be with you!😇
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