ISKCON Temples

ISKCON Temple Tallinn, Estonia

Temple Renovation Project

Hare Krishna temple building was built in 1922 and has been previously also used as a house of prayer. The building has become damaged in due course of time, it’s roof and other parts require a complete replacement.

We are planning to make a total renovation of this historical building and therefore we have started a fundraising campaign to support this project!

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ISKCON Temple Tallinn

Tallinn ISKCON Open Hours:

4.30 AM Mangal-arati / Morning Worship
5.10 AM JAPAN MEDITATION / Prayer, reading down the mantra
7.15 AM Worship of Deaths and Guru Puffs Ceremony
7.45 AM Lecture on the Bhagavatam
9.00 AM Dhupat arati / Worship
9.05 AM Vegetarian breakfast
2:00 PM Raja Bhoga Arati
2:05 PM South (vegetarian lunch can be ordered until 6:00 AM on the phone at 6460047) [Sunday at 4:00 PM] 7:00 PM Sandhya Arati
7.30 PM Close the altar
8.00 PM Closing the temple

Sunday Program Details:

On Sunday, you are welcome to the temple, where everyone collects and collects timeless wisdom, sing praises, good communication, and eats a lovely vegetarian dinner party.

Sunday Feast Timings:

2.00 PM Mantra Kirtan / God’s holy names singing
3.00 PM Lecture on the timeless wisdom of “Bhagavad-gita”
4.00 PM Dinner with vegetarian food prepared for love; communication
6.00 PM Mantra Kirtan / Divine singing of God’s holy names
Come along with you! You are welcome!

ISKCON Temple Tallinn Address:

Luise Street 11a,
Tallinn,
Harjumaa,
Estonia – 10142 (Entrance from Endla street (between 6 and 8))
Phone: (+372) 646 00 47 Website: www.tempel.ee Email: [email protected]
Direction: Google maps
Presiding Deity: Sri Sri Nitai Caitanya Candra
Darshan times: 4.30am – 7.30pm
Sunday Program: 2.00pm – Kirtan , 3.00pm – Lecture, 4.15pm – Kirtan, 4.30pm – Prasadam, 6.00pm – Kirtan