We are planning to set up many centres around Delhi NCR to fulfil the aspirations of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir. These centres will be imbued with the spirit of Vrindavan and help the residents to immerse themselves in the remembrance of the holy dham. They will become the spiritual embassies of Vrindavan and act as transcendental gateways to Krishna’s own abode.
The centre will provide a divine experience by recreating the ambience of Vrindavan. Bhoomi pujan was conducted on the auspicious occasion of Narasimha Jayanti in 2018. Since then, there has been significant progress.
The architecture of Hare Krishna Mandir, Gurugram will be a fusion of traditional and contemporary elements to present the ancient wisdom of Indian heritage and culture in the modern context. This marvellous structure will be the tallest temple of Gurugram rising up to 108 feet. The temple complex will include an Annadan hall, Vedic Samskar hall and Vidyadaan hall. The Annadan hall, which can accommodate about 200 devotees, will be used for prasadam distribution to visitors and pilgrims. The Vedic Samskar Hall, with a seating capacity of 300, will be used for cultural and religious programs for children and adults. Vidyadaan halls will facilitate conducting value building classes, workshops and seminars for the youth. A mechanical stack parking will be constructed in the basement that can hold about 50 cars. Facilities like guest rooms will be available to our patrons to make their visit an enlivening and memorable experience.
This grand temple will welcome everyone, irrespective of caste, creed, colour, gender or religion. We aim to promote peace, communal harmony and Krishna consciousness among people. Devotees will have the opportunity to participate in puja, pravachan, sevas, festivals and various other activities conducted in the temple. Students and working professionals can enrich their lives through the workshops and seminars conducted in this spiritual centre. These workshops impart scientific knowledge and understanding of Indian culture, heritage and tradition. Young adults will be trained to face the challenges prevailing in our society without compromising values and ethics.
Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir has undertaken various social initiatives like widow mother feeding, cow protection and providing mid-day meals to underserved children through The Akshaya Patra Foundation. We also aspire to promote health and wellness, skill development, farming awareness and village adoption program in the coming years. The centres will assist in fulfilling those objectives and also serve the people of Gurugram.
We invite you to take this opportunity to offer your service to Hare Krishna Mandir, Gurugram by contributing generously towards the construction of the temple.