Friday, September 10, 2010

Mathura Diary


The ISKCON temple at Vrindavan, is a beautiful temple that has lovely paintings on the wall. These were being continuously touched up by the devotees. Built in 1975, personally by the founder of the ISKCON group, this temple is a beautiful example of architecture, but is quite simple as compared to the other ISKCON temples.


This temple also contains the Samadhi of the founder of the ISKCON group, A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. the photograph on the left is a life like statue of the founder in the temple.

The temple has three altars, with the central one being that of Radha Krishna, and was beautifully decorated as can be seen _MG_9670below….

It is worth visiting the temple to see the architecture and the paintings on the walls.








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