Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor visits ISKCON temple, interacts with devotees
The ISCKON temple here is set up on a four-acre land near the Juhu beach
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari visited the ISKCON temple in Juhu area here on Sunday and interacted with devotees. ISKCON president Braj Hari Das, and industrialists Gopichand Hinduja and Ashok Hinduja were present at the temple, a Raj Bhavan press release said here.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), colloquially known as the Hare Krishna movement, is a Hindu religious organisation. The ISCKON temple here is set up on a four-acre land near the Juhu beach.
Opened in 1978, it is one of the most visited temple complexes in the country. The complex includes a spacious marble temple, an auditorium, a restaurant and a twin-towered seven-storey guest house where visitors can stay.
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