Sri Sri Radha Madhava Mandir Timings: 4.30 AM to 1.30 PM and 4.00 Pm to 8.15 PM.
Daily Pooja Details:
4:30 AM Mangala Arati
4.50 AM Narasimha Arati
5:00 AM TulasiArati
7:30 AM Sringar Darshan
8.00 AM to 9.00 AM Srimad Bhavatam
12:30 PM Raj Bhoga Arati
1.00 PM to 4.00 PM Temple Remains Closed
6.30 PM Sandhya arati
7.00 PM to 7:30 PM Bhagavad Gita Class
8:15 PM Temple Closed
The history of the Hare Krishna movement
In 1965, at the age of 69, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada boarded the Mumbai “Jaladuta” steamboat en route to the United States. At the age when most people think of retirement, Srila Prabhupada embarked on this arduous journey to fulfill Chaitanya’s mission and follow the instructions of his spiritual master Bhakti Siddhânta Saraswati Thakur to take the message of the Bhagavad-Gita and the Srimad Bhagavatam the western world.
After arriving in New York in September 1965, Srila Prabhupada fought alone for the first year of establishing his conscious movement of Krishna. He lived simply, gave lectures when and where he had the opportunity and gradually began to attract some interest in his teaching. In July 1966, while working in a dark shop on the Lower East Side of New York, Srila Prabhupada nonetheless founded a spiritual society for global participation. He called the International Society Consciousness for Krishna ISKCON or for short and so began the Hare Krishna movement in America.
At the time of the constitution, Srila Prabhupada did not attract even a committed disciple. Undeterred, he enlisted volunteers from the small group of regular attendees at his party to act as the first ISKCON conference administrators. It was then. Today, ISKCON is made up of more than 400 temples around the world, 40 rural communities and more than 100 vegetarian restaurants. He also leads special projects around the world, such as “Food for Life”, the only free vegetarian relief program in the world.
Sri Sri Radha Madhava Mandir,
Uttar Pradesh, India.