All about the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir

All about the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir

Envisioned by the devotees of ISKCON Bengaluru, The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is going to a religious and architectural masterpiece that India will be proud of. Not to mention that it is going to change the face of the rapidly developing town of Vrindavan. When this marvel will be completed, it will stand at 700 ft, making it the tallest Krishna temple in the world. It will be so tall, that it will dwarf many wonders of the world like the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt and the Taj Mahal in India itself. This iconic temple will span 5 acres of land and will be a grand affair.

It will house the grand temple hall with the Shri Radha Vrindavan Chandra Mandir, the Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Mandir and the Srila Prabhupada Mandir in three different wings. This alone should give you an idea of how grand the temple is going to be. It will also feature a Krishna heritage museum, a study centre, a festival and lecture hall and a viewing gallery which will be perched at the very top of the temple, at 700 ft. Added attractions will include a Vedic cosmology centre, a massive indoor Krishna Leela Theme Park and boat rides both indoors and outdoors.

Everyone is aware of the 12 famous vanas or forests of Vrindavan, like the Madhuvan and Nidhivan. These vanas will also be recreated for people to walk through and get transported to the era in which Krishna lived and frolicked in these forests. These 12 forests together will be known as the Dvadasha Kanana. Apart from this, The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is also built in such a way that is resistant to all abrasive forces of nature. It is a modern architectural marvel devoted to Krishna and his ardent followers.

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