Iskcon Puspasamadhi Mandir

Country :IND

State :West Bengal

Locality/City/Village :Nadia

Address :Mayapur, Nadia, West Bengal 741313, India

God :Bagheswari

Category :Largest Temple

Locate direction : map

img

Iskcon Puspasamadhi Mandir

ISKCON Mayapur is one of the most popular world headquarters of ISKCON. ISKCON is famed as the complex of Krishna’s devotees. It has a big campus in Mayapur which includes the chandrodaya Temple, the Temple of The Vedic Planetarium (TOVP), Srila Prabhupada’s Pushpa Samadhi Mandir, Srila Prabhupada’s  Bhajan Kutir, Goshala, Mayapur Institute for Higher Education (MIHE), Bhakti vedanta Academy (boys gurukul) and Sri Mayapur International School. ISKCON Mayapur is located in Sri Navadvipa Dham, which is the birthplace of Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and thus is the largest Hare Krishna community in the world. There are several guesthouses, restaurants, shops for daily needs, a pharmacy and a clinic inside the each premise. Every year, Vaishnava festivals are celebrated with a great pomp and zeal. Worth special mention are the Gaura Purnima festivities like Navadvipa Mandal Parikrama and Kirtan Mela which attract many thousands of devotees every year.

History

ISKCON Mayapur is one of the 20 sacred places, most visited in the whole world with almost 5 million* visitants/guests around the year. Mayapur Temple has the same quantity of visitants just like in the St. Peter’s Basilica Vatican, Rome, which is 7 million people. And it is the same quantity of people who have visited Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall or Western Wall. Of course that, after the New Mayapur Chandrodaya Mandir will be ready we’ll have much more opportunity to spread the glories of the Kali Yuga* Pavana Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, worldwide. We can see how Srila Prabhupada brilliantly encouraged and inspired his disciples to do this amazing service. He gave every detail about the new temple and it is impossible for us to measure how valuable it will be for the Sankirtan* Movement.

Pooja Timings

Day Morning Evening
Monday-Sunday 07:00 Am 07:00 Pm

Map

Leave Your comment


More Mantra × -
00:00 00:00