Iskcon Temple - top tourist place in Delhi

ISKCON Temple is located at Hare Krishna Hills (Near Nehru Place), in the East of Kailash area of New Delhi, India. The ISKCON temple, also popular as Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir, is devoted to the worship of Lord Krishna and Radharani.  Many people have also made financial contributions to make its architecture look breathtaking both from inside and outside. To experience heavenly love you can Indulge in the Bhakti of Lord Krishna here at the Iskcon. You can also attend morning and evening aarti in the company of other attendees. annual celebrations of events & other festivals in ISKCON particularly during the Janamashtami. This temple was designed and constructed by Achyut Kanvinde for the followers of Srila Prabhupada.

History of the temple
The ISKCON Temple was inaugurated in 1998 during an auspicious day of Sri Ram Navami by the former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Post inauguration, the temple has seen immense growth in terms of structure and expandable area through the years to keep up with the divine vision of its founder, Srila Prabhupada. The Garden constructed within the temple complex to represent 'Vrindavan' or the 'Garden of Lord Krishna' is worth a visit as it will definitely transcend you into a spiritual ambience. The regular schedule is a daily worship or Puja of all the Deities according to stringent spiritual guidelines accompanied with an offering of 6 Aartis along with 6 Bhogs to all the Deities. On a daily basis, every morning and evening, the priest changes the outfits of the Deities and new outfits are tailored every year during every festival of Janamashtami, Ram Navami, Gauri Purnima, Radhashtami, and Nityananda Trayodashi and during the Puja of Govardhana. Built in 1998, Iskcon Temple can be easily reached by taking local buses, auto-rickshaws or by hiring taxis from the city.  The idols are worth-seeing and admiring their sculpted beauty. Festooned with rich clothes and jewelry, the idols are adorned with great delicacy and care. In this hall, one can always hear the divine tune of Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Many lectures, kirtans and discourses are arranged for the benefit and spiritual upliftment of devotees.