Top 5 Famous Iskcon Temples In India

Iskcon Temples In India
Shilanyas Assam Iskcon Temple
The Shilanyas Iskcon temple is located at Ulubari of Guwahati in Assam. The head deity of the temple is Radha-Krishna. The Iskcon Temple of the Assam is fit in to the Iskcon Society founded by Abhay Charanaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

The archetypal Iskcon temple with impressive architecture is one of the most holy pilgrimage sense in devotees and Kirtan assembly.

The holy place lies 2 km away from Guwahati railway station. The bleak white external of the marble floored Temple has its own charm and attractiveness, where the idols of Lord Krishna and his companion Rukmani stood in the heart. The ISKCON temple embrace Aarti, bhajans, chanting, Bhagavat Gita whwre the devotees can be there irrespective of their religions and can have prasadam during suppertime at 1.30 pm.

ISKCON Temple of Guwahati is a must see destination for tourists, relatives and religious souls.
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2: Interesting Information. Krishna, the supreme God, holds the most esteemed place in the religious realm of India as well as abroad. Krishna is known by different names in different parts of the country and has been worshiped in various forms for eternity. I had read about 5 famous and important Krishna temples in an interesting blog and that was the first time i read about the important Krishna Temples.
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