ISKCON to build 7 Krishna Temples, including a floating one, in the next 3 years.
The upcoming Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir in Vrindavan has been in the news a lot because upon completion, it will be the tallest Krishna Temple in the world, standing at 700 ft. A floating temple will be built on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Guwahati. The country will have its first Lakshmi Narsingh Temple in Hyderabad. It is said that gold worth Rs 4 Cr will be needed for the construction. An ancient India heritage preservation complex will be built in Ahmedabad. The temple of Krishna Leela is being built on Vaikuntha Hill in Bengaluru and upon completion it will be 450 ft high. With 46 floors, it will be the tallest temple in South India. The topmost floor will be dedicated to a Radha Krishna Temple. The temple will also have a huge kitchen. The Vrindavan Dham Temple is being built in Mysore and it will have an eco-friendly atmosphere and a zero waste discharge system. This huge cultural complex is being designed keeping both Hausela architecture from ancient India and
The Krishna Balaram Temple is being constructed in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Here too, Rajasthani folk art and modern day architecture is being kept in mind for the design. The temple aims to display the rich heritage of Rajasthan and provide an experience that lets the devotees take a glimpse at the best parts of all the important cities of the state, like Jaipur, Chittor, Udaipur and Bikaner. The aim is that each temple will be built in such a way that the devotees experience the ambience of Vaikunta Dham or the abode of the Gods when they are in the premises.