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Sri Sri Radha Krishna

Temple Construction

Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple

Donate a Brick (Vittala Seva)

Donate a brick to contribute not just to the temple’s construction but as a testament to your unwavering devotion.

Panduranga Vittala

Benefits of Vittala Seva

  • Tulsi archana on every Ekadashis
  • Special birthday puja

About Vittala Seva

In the serene town of Pandharpur, Pundarika’s devotion took a unique form – a simple brick gifted to Lord Vittal. Read More>

Donate a Square Foot (Vamana Seva)

Contribute for a square foot and join us in building ISKCON Whitefield.

Vamana Avatar

Benefits of Vamana Seva

  • Special puja will be done on your birthday
  • Special Tulsi archana will be done on next Ekadashi in the name of you and your family
  • Your name will be inscribed on the Tambra patra (Copper Sheet) which will be placed below the Lord’s lotus feet on the day of vigraha sthapana.

About Vamana Seva

Maharaja Bali’s heart overflowing with devotion for Lord Vamana Dev, in a gesture Read More>

Set a Monthly SIP (Pandava Seva)

Set aside a small sum every day and donate monthly. Such monthly donations will help us plan our temple construction.

Pandava Seva

Benefits of Pandava Seva

  • Tulsi archana on every Ekadashis
  • Special birthday puja
  • Name inscription on Copper Sheet to be placed below the Lord’s lotus feet on the day of Sthapana

About Pandava Seva

In the spirit of the Pandavas, who devoted every day to the Lord amidst their royal duties,  Read More>

Donate generously and become a Dharmadhikari

Embrace the Dharmadhikari Seva, where your benevolence becomes the cornerstone of our sacred space, ensuring the legacy endures through changing times.

Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple

Benefits of Dharmadhikari Seva

  • Tulsi archana on every Ekadashis
  • Special birthday puja
  • Name inscription on Copper Sheet to be placed below the Lord’s lotus feet on the day of Sthapana

About Dharmadhikari Seva

In ancient times, kings built temples as an expression of their devotion. Today, the tradition lives on in a different form.  Read More>