ISKCON Kurukshetra

"Our project is Bhagavad Gita. Learn Bhagavad Gita and apply it practically in your life. We are trying to establish an International institution in Kurukshetra to teach Bhagavad Gita in practical life and are inviting students from all over the world."

- HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada

"I can try my best to organize this Kurukshetra field for Bhagavad-gita education throughout the whole world."

Srila Prabhupada (7 May 1975)

Dream project of Srila Prabhupada

ISKCON Kurukshetra is the manifestation last desire of Srila Prabhupada to build a temple. Initially planned to be built at Jyotisar, the land where Lord Sri Krishna spoke the Gita, it withstood many legal attacks and after consistent struggle by devotees for 16 years, finally it's construction started. The result that will soon be opened for public will be magnificient place for preaching Bhagawad Gita's message all over the world. It will also house a Gita University for training "Gita teachers". Also will be included a mega kitchen forfood for life programmes, theatres etc.

How to reach ISKCON Kurukshetra

Train : Many trains run directly from NDLS to Kurukshetra Jn throughout the day. From Kurukshetra junction one can reach the temple via share-auto.

Bus: From Anand Vihar terminal buses depart to peepli an area on the outskirts of Kurukshetra. Withing walking distance, we can take many share-autos from beneath the flyover to the city, to Jyotisar, nearby which temple is siituated.

Car : Via Highway 44 one can reach peepli in Kurukshetra directly. Panipat and Karnal fall en-route.

3 Centers throughout Kurukshetra

Sri Sri Radha Radhakant temple

327/28, Guru Gobind Singh Gali, Chakarwarti Mohalla, Guru Gobind Singh Gali, Chakarwarti Mohalla, Thanesar, Kurukshetra, Haryana 136118

Sri Sri Krishna Arjuna mandir (Main temple)

Pehowa Road, Jyotisar, Josar, Kurukshetra, Haryana 136119

Pracar kendra

H-1655, Sector - 13, Mohan Nagar Chowk, Kurukshetra, Harayana 136118

Contact Details of Our Temples

You can Contact us at our Common Helpline numbers : +91 8814 988 988 , +91 8006 334 334 and +91 8047 162 108.

For emails please mail to us at [email protected] .