Temple Hall

The temple hall of Sri Radha Golokabihari is a fine magnificent building that has a sitting capacity of 800-1000  guests ( with so much space in the courtyards). Adorned with shiny white ceiling and huge chandeliers, multi colored glass deco’s on the roof top area, spot lights and wall paintings and the temple floor having marble tiles the temple facility surely impresses guests at sight. At the back of the temple , Srila Prabhupada is seated as the Founder Acarya on a special Vyasa-asana made and carved in Teak wood in India. 

Th deities in the temple were carved in Jaipur, India from white marble.

Sri Sri Gaura Nitai

On the far left of the temple altars and the first of the three altars, Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Lord Nityananda Prabhu are elegantly worshiped in their lovingly form of Sri Sri Gaura Nitai. On this altar also sits deities of Srila Prabhupada and Srila Bhaktisidhanta Swami Prabhupada as prominent acarya’s in ISKCON sampradaya.

Sri Sri Radha Golokabihariji

The middle altar and the prime of the three altar, the presiding deities of the temple Sri Radha and Krishna resides in the form of Sri Sri Radha Golokabihari ji accompanied by two sakhees, Lalita Devi and Vishaka Devi. On the same altar sits beautiful form of Sri Radha Gopinath , a smaller brass deity of Radha and Krishna that is daily worshiped and lovingly served by the pujaris.

Sri Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanumanji

The last of the three altars, on the far right is the beautiful forms of Sri Sita Rama and Lakshmana with Hanumanji being lovingly worshiped and served by pujaris.