President’s message

Brajbhoomi is one of India's historical and iconic cultural grounds. The life, customs, practices, languages, festivals in Vrindavan Dham form a unique culture, having developed over millennia based on revelations of the great saints of Vrindavan. This sacred land where Krishna spent His childhood serves as the foundation for His grand temple – Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir. 

Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is a project conceived by the devotees of ISKCON Bangalore in pursuance of the vision of our spiritual master Srila Prabhupada. 

Apart from housing a temple for the worship of Lord Sri Krishna, it will also be a center for disseminating the profound message of the Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, delivered in a modern context. This cultural complex will also play an important role in preserving, presenting and promoting the rich culture and heritage of the sacred Braj Bhoomi. 

Our project will offer myriad opportunities and experiences to its visitors and the surrounding host community. We wish to bring about an awakening among people and create a nation that is not only full of talent, creativity and energy but also adorned with exalted values and character. We aspire to provide the impetus for and facilitate this transformation of society, making Indians responsible global leaders guided by a spiritual worldview and imbued with sublime values.

Vrindavan, which is one of the important holy sites, attracts pilgrims from every corner of the world. We bring you an opportunity to visit our temple and immerse in the spiritual atmosphere of Vrindavan. One is considered fortunate if he stays in this holy dham even for a day. Many devotees wish to live in Lord Krishna’s abode for the rest of their lives, and our project will fulfill their desire by providing permanent housing facilities in Vrindavan. 

We invite you to be a part of the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir project and join us in presenting India’s glorious culture and heritage to the world. Let us build this iconic, monumental temple to celebrate and commemorate the contributions of Lord Sri Krishna to humanity.

Hare Krishna!

Sri Chanchalapathi Dasa
President, Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir