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ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai (Maharashtra)

ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai by Drifter Baba

ISKCON Temple - Mumbai: 

ISKCON temple in Mumbai is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is known as Sri Sri Radha Rasbihari temple also. 

Swamy Prabhu Pada, the founder of ISKCON (Hare Krishna movement), inspired the construction of such a beautiful temple. The land was acquired in 1972 by ISKCON and the temple was constructed in 6 years (1978). 

Prior to land acquisition, there was a small temple called Sri Radha Rasbihari, and ISKCON made it very big maintaining its old name only. 

Below are the deities inside the temple

  • Rasbihari (Lord Krishna)
  • Maa Radha
  • Sri Ram
  • Maa Sita
  • Lord Lakshmana

 Temple is situated in the Juhu area on 4 acres of land which is very close to Juhu beach. You will find a nice vegetarian restaurant inside the campus and also the general store from where you can purchase items related to spirituality and a few other items also.

It is a clean and calm place to be there and feel spirituality.


ISKCON Temple - Mumbai Timing:  04:30 AM to 01:00 PM & 04:30 PM to 09:00 PM (Everyday).

Best time to visit: All time. During the summer, it's a bit hot.


Entry Fees:  No entry fee. 


Address - ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai:

ISKCON Temple 

Hare Krishna Land, Sri Mukteshwar Devalaya Rd, Marg, Sainath Nagar, MHADA Colony, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400049 (INDIA)


Special occasion:

Krishna Janmashtami is one of the biggest celebrations which is celebrated there. During that time you will observe a huge crowd of devotees.

Every weekend and holiday, you can expect a huge crowd there.

Places to visit in & around Mumbai:

  • Shree Siddhi Vinayak temple
  • ISCON temple
  • Shree Mahalakshmi temple
  • The Gateway of India
  • Elephanta Caves
  • Marine Drive (Especially evening time)
  • Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Musium
  • Haji Ali Dargah
  • Bandra Warli sea link
  • Hotel Tajmahal Palace
  • Global Vipassana Pagoda

Parking Places: Finding Parking near The temple is very difficult especially if you are not, aware of the Mumbai locality. Better to use public transport or local taxis. 

How to reach Mumbai: 

By Air: The nearest Airport is Chatrapathi Shivaji Internation airport in Mumbai. This is one of the busiest airports in India where multiple flights operate from other Indian cities and a foreign country.

By Rail: The main railway station is Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj terminal in Mumbai. It is well connected with other Indian cities. You can catch buses, Autos, or private taxis to reach the te temple.

Buses: The nearest main bus stand is in Mumbai. You can find multiple buses from different cities in India like Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad, Goa, etc. 

Private Taxis/ Autos: You will find lots of Autos and Taxis here as it is one of the famous tourist destinations in Maharashtra. Here Autos Rickshaw and Taxis are quite cheaper.


Distance from major Indian cities

  • Kolkatta: 2050 km
  • Delhi: 1415 km
  • Chennai: 1335 km
  • Bangalore:  981 km     
  • Pune: 150 km
  • Hyderabad: 710 km
  • Ahmadabad: 525 km 
  • Bhopal: 776 km
  • Jaipur: 1147 km
  • Goa: 591 km


Accommodation near ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai: 

You will find a few accommodations near the Temple. Accommodation there is quite costly as it is one of the prime locations in Mumbai.


Food & Restaurant near ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai:

This is one of the famous tourist destinations in Mumbai and thousands of devotees visit there every day. You will find a few decent restaurants where you can get North Indian, South Indian, and Continental food. You will also find lots of street food around which is common in Mumbai.


Few Photos:

ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai by Drifter Baba

ISKCON Temple @ Mumbai by Drifter Baba

Visit Date: 05 May 2017