As of April 18, 2022:

COVID Protocols for Visiting the Temple


Masking at the temple is optional.

You may choose to wear a mask or respirator that offers greater protection in certain situations, such as when you are with people at higher risk for severe illness, or if you are at higher risk for severe illness

This remains a highly contagious illness. If you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, monitor for symptoms, and get tested on the fifth day that you were in association with the COVID-19 patient. Testing before five days may not give an accurate result.

  • More than 8000 Krishna devotees gather for the Bhakti Sangam festival in Ukraine, prior to the war.

    Help Devotee Families Survive the Winter in Ukraine

    ISKCON is the largest group of devotees practicing Hindu dharma in Ukraine, with over 30 active temples and 20,000 members. Due to the bombing of the utility grids, power and electricity has been lost.  These temples are  expected to face a brutal winter. There are a few temples that house many families and will not […]

  • Exciting Puranic and Siddhantic Cosmology Conference

    ISKCON, Chowpatty, in academic collaboration with the Bhaktivedanta Institute for Higher Studies in Gainesville, Florida (BIHS) and the Bhaktivedanta Research Center in Mumbai (BRC), will be hosting an international hybrid conference at the Govardhan EcoVillage (GEV) just north of Mumbai, November 4 – 6, 2022, entitled, “Puranic and Siddhantic Cosmology: Within an Experiential Mathematical Framework.” […]

  • New Free Book to Help Devotees Deal with Illness

    When Illness Takes Hold: Hopeful Words for Sadhakas explores the challenges and opportunities we face when dealing with illness (or losses and other obstacles) while practicing bhakti. The book has three essays exploring the authors’ personal experiences and the spiritual solutions they found; a question and answer section; and a collection of quotes from our […]

  • Archbishop Visits Prabhupada’s House- Argentina

    This past Sunday I had the opportunity to visit the ISKCON temple in Buenos Aires, needless to say, it was a very nice experience. I had read many books of His Divine Grace Abhay Caranaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda “The man who built a house that everyone can live in”. Click to read full article on […]

  • Temple Schedule

    • 4:30am – Mangala Arati
    • 5:00am – Tulasi Puja, altar closed
    • 5:20am – Japa
    • 7:20am – Deity Darshan and Guru Puja
    • 8:00am – Srimad Bhagavatam Class
    • 12:00pm – Raja Bhoga Arati
    • 12:30pm – Temple closed until 4:15pm
    • 4:15pm – Dhupa Arati
    • 6:30pm – Sandhya Arati
    • 8:45pm – Sayana Arati
    • 9:00pm – Temple closed

    Sunday Program Schedule

    • 4:00 – 8:00pm  Gift Shop open
    • 4:15pm – 5:00pm Arati and kirtan 
    • Sunday Feast Free Vegetarian Prasad will be distributed 5:30 – 7:00 pm.
    • 5:00 – 6:00pm Discussion on Vedic wisdom
    • 8:50 – 9:00pm Final arati
    • 9:00pm Temple closed
  • SB Class Schedule


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