ISKCON Temples

Sri Jagannatha Mandir Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur ISKCON Timings:

From 7.30 AM to 12.45 PM and 4.15 PM to 8.45 PM

Daily Temple Programme:
5.15 am Mangala Arati & Tulasi Arati
7.30 am Darsana Arati
7.45 am Srila Prabhupada Guru Puja
8.00 am Srimad Bhagavatam class
8.30 am Dhupa Arati
12.20 pm Raja-bhoga Arati
4.15 pm Dhupa Arati
7.00 pm Sandhya Arati
8.30 pm Sayana Arati

Sri Jagannatha Mandir Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur ISKCON Sunday feast Timings:

7.30 am Darsan Arati
7.45 am Srila Prabhupada Guru Puja
8.30 am Spiritual discourse (English & Tamil)

Children’s class (7 yrs – 12 yrs)
9.45 AM Prasadam

This temple was established in 1985 and served as the headquarters of ISKCON Malaysia for all these years.
On the main altar of the temple, there are three thrones (simhasana). On the central throne are Lord Baladeva (Krishna’s brother), the Goddess Subhatra (Krishna’s sister) and Lord Jagannatha (in this sequence). The flankers on the left throne are the deities of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Lord Nityananda (on their right), and on the right throne is the picture of the deities, Sri Sri Radha Syamasunder. To the right of the main hall of the temple is the deity or life-size deity of the founder and acarya of ISKCON, his Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada, who is also revered every day.

Kuala Lumpur ISKCON Address:

Sri Jagannatha Mandir,
ISKCON Malaysia HQ,
Lot 9901, Jalan Awan Jawa,
Taman Yarl, Off Old Klang Road,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.
Tel: +603-7980 7355
Fax: +603-7987 9901

Distance from Kuala Lumpur International Airport: 45 minutes Distance from Kuala Lumpur City centre: 25 minutes; Nearest commuter station: Petaling (5-7 minutes drive)