It was built as recently as 1998 and is one of the most lavish and grand temples of the city. A fine example of architecture, it sports 'Shikharas', rising to a height of 90-ft above ground level. The temple has air-conditioned hall that can hold as many as 1,500 people at once. The fine art paintings by Russian artists here depict lives and events related to Hindu mythological characters, like Radha-Krishna, Sita-Ram, Laxman, Hanuman and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
Special sermons and prayer meeting are held at the temple, every Sunday afternoon. Dedicated mainly to Lord Krishna, the elegant temple was built by the followers of 'Hare-Rama Hare-Krishna' cult. One of the largest temple complexes in India, it also boasts of a Robot, which was built especially to enact and preach 'Gita'. The temple remains opened every day from 4.30am to 12:00pm and from 4.00pm to 9.00pm. There is a museum in the temple which organizes multimedia shows to explain the philosophy and teachings of Ramayana and Mahabharata.
The festival of Janamashtmi (the birth of Lord Krishna) is celebrated here at a very large scale. It falls between the month of August and September. Thousands of devotees throng the temple on this auspicious occasion. The temple is beautifully decorated on this day and the enthusiasm of the pilgrims is on the peak level. It is definitely a worth watching sight. Aarti, Bhajans and sermons are a regular feature of the temple, which provide peace to body, mind and soul.
Located:- Hari Krishna Hill, in the East of Kailash area of New Delhi.