The ISKCON temple is a popular attraction in the capital city of New Delhi. Also known as Sri Sri Radha Partha Sarathi Mandir, it houses the idols of Sri Sri Radha Partha Sarathi, Sita Rama Laxman Hanuman and Sri Sri Gaura Nitai. Dedicated to the worship of Lord Krishna and Radharani, this temple on the hilltop of Hare Krishna Hills was built in 1993 and draws a huge crowd of devotees and tourists every year.
The ISKCON temple has paintings showcasing lives and different aspects of deities like Lord Krishna and Radha. It has a 90-foot-high 'shikharas' and its walls are decorated with the works of art. More so, the temple has impressive demonstrations of some epics which catch the attention of visitors to this unique place. The temple complex has a museum whose purpose is to spread the essences of the Vedic culture.
The ISKCON Vedic Expo is a major draw for tourists and it also displays some of finest sculptures of gods in bronze. The temple also spreads the teachings of the Bhagavadgita through the use of technology. Tourists will love light and sound effects in the exhibition of epic Ramayana’s scenes. With an open-air amphitheater, visitors can get a peek into the performing arts and Vedic culture.