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Above is the model of the proposed temple of Sri Sri Radha Kunjabihari, to be constructed at ISKCON Yamunanagar (Haryana, India).

We welcome you to the official website of International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) of Yamuna Nagar. Our goal is to present you with a wonderful spiritual experience, establish and nurture a loving, spiritual relationship with God and other devotees as intended by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

 

In the Krishna Consciousness movement, a chance is given to everyone regardless of their caste, creed or color. Everyone is invited to join us, chant with us, dance with us and hear with us the glories of Krishna.

 

 

 

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Sunday program

Through sunday Programs devotees make new devotees. If you want to participate in our Preaching efforts please email to

Divyapurush Das with information at dpurush@yahoo.com

Come join us for the Sunday love feast, an event celebrated every week throughout ISKCON. The program starts at 11:00 AM and features:

 

Bhajans

Bhagavad-Gita class

Arati and Hare Krishna kirtan (chanting and dancing)

Transcendental vegetarian parsadam

 

Children ages 3-14 can also enroll in Hare Krishna Sunday school, which meets every week during the Sunday feast. Classes include classical Indian music, Sanskrit, garland-making, stories about Krishna and His devotees, and dance. For more information regarding the Sunday  program or the Sunday school, please contact the temple at (01732)201428,330775

 

 

 
His Holiness Gopal Krishna Goswami and the congregation and devotees of |ISKCON Yamunanagar performing the bhumi-puja yajna at the site of the new temple. Date: 22.4.2004, Aksaya Tritiya.

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