ISKCON stands for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness and has over 650 Temples and centers of Vedic Value Education across 6 continents of the world. In Delhi-NCR alone, it has nearly 10 active temples other than the main ISKCON temple at Sant Nagar, East of Kailash which attracts visitors in lakhs, annually.
Housing the World’s Largest Bhagavad Gita -Astounding Gita, it stands 2.80 X 2.00 meters tall, weighing 800 Kgs at ISKCON’s Glory of India Museum and Vedic Cultural Center and was inaugurated by the Honourable Prime Minister of India.
Tourists and visitors are thrilled by the half-hour dramatic light and sound show through multiple high-tech displays depicting the concepts of reincarnation, divine nature, eternal time, yoga and the universe at our Museum and Vedic Cultural Center. Visitors also get to enjoy pure vegetarian food at their Govinda Restaurant that offers a blend of traditional Indian, Continental, Chinese and other cuisines.