The Supreme Lord Sri Krishna appeared on the earth 5200 years ago. His appearance in this world is remembered & celebrated as the Janmashtami festival.  

“One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, takes his birth again in this material world, but attains My eternal abode.O Arjuna”
– Bhagavad-gita 4.9

Lord Krishna’s bathing ceremony – called Abhishek – is witnessed by all attendees while Abhishek sponsors might get the opportunity to bathe the Lord. Else they can surely view it digitally, as we perform on their behalf

Spiritual blessings await you & your family.

Please check this area for detailed programs.

Temple Schedule

Mangala Aarti – 4.30 am
Tulsi Puja – 5.00 am
guru Puja – 7.30 am
Sringar Aarti – 8.00 am
Krishna Katha – 8.15 am
Sandhya Aarti – 7.00 PM
Maha Abhishek – 10.30 pm
Raj Bhoga Aarti – 12.00 pm
Maha Aarti – 12.30 Mid Night