Thursday, September 28, 2017

* ISKCON Temple Bangalore ( Sri Radha Krishna Temple ) : One Of The Largest ISKCON Temples In The World


Pictures of ISKCON Temple Bangalore, immediately below the following write-up. Please don't miss viewing these beautiful pictures, before shifting elsewhere.

ISKCON Temple Bangalore, also known as Sri Radha Krishna Temple, has deities of Radha and Krishna. The temple is located at Rajajinagar, in North Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is one of the largest ISKCON  Ritvik temples in the world. The temple is a huge cultural complex, that was inaugurated in 1997, by the Ex-President of India, Shri Shankar Dayal Sharma. The project was conceived and executed by Madhu Pandit Dasa.  

Hare Krishna Hill in Bangalore, is the hillock on which this temple is situated. ISKCON Bangalore is a charitable society, with the objective of propagating Krishna Consciousness all over the world, as explained by Srila Prabhupada, whose teachings are based on the Immortal Hindu Scriptures Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam

More information on ISKCON Bangalore in India, with web-links to the sources of the following sacred images of this Holy Shrine of the Cyber-City of Bangalore, will follow soon. Stay tuned, & please don't miss the joy of exploring the countless Holy places of all Religions, all sects & all sub-sects of Secular India, at least virtually first, to begin with the Indian Spiritual Journey.

India, The Motherland of Sanathana Dharma / सनातन धर्म /  Universal Religion, is truly a Mystery, an Enigma, for every single visitor, from around the globe. The more we dive into Indian Culture, Indian Heritage, Indian Spirituality, Indian Secularism, the more firm & more solid becomes our Inner Realization, that 'The Great God Almighty' is Truly Beginingless, Truly Endless, with Unfathomable Knowledge, Unexplorable Mysteries, Unimaginable Beauty & Infinite Glory. 

And the Great Enlightened 'Ancients' of this most 'Ancient Oriental Civilization' firmly believed, that at the root of this 'Infinity' and 'Infinite Names', HE, SHE or IT  is Just One & One Alone. The Great God Almighty' is Just ONE & ONE Alone


ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

ISKCON Temple Bangalore To Promote Krishna Consciousness

Inside ISKCON Temple Bangalore

Inside ISKCON Temple Bangalore : Deeparadhana

Inside ISKCON Temple Bangalore : Deeparadhana

Inside ISKCON Temple Bangalore : Deeparadhana

Inside ISKCON Temple Bangalore : Deeparadhana

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