Iskcon Temple Delhi – Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir – Vaishnav Temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani
With the dream of spreading the Vedic education and ancient teachings of Vedic India in America Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada founded ISKCON International Society for Krishna Consciousness and established numerous ashrams, temples, and cultural centers in different region that are performing the job of spreading Vedic education.
Basically The International Society for Krishna Consciousness is a renowned teaching center of Vedic culture. The institute was established in 1966 the 5000 old text about and longest Sanskrit poem Bhagavad-Gita is the most precious assent of Vedic culture as well as International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
ISKCON believes in serving basic seven purposes at the institute, 1st purpose of ISKCON is maintain peace among people by spreading spiritual education and to balance the lives of people. Secondly his dream was to educate people about Krishna, Bhagavad-gita and Srimad Bhagavatam.
Thirdly they wanted to create links and bond between communities, livening in different areas, fourthly to they wanted to promote sankirtan movement.
The next purpose was to always be there for the members and society by being dedicated towards Krishna, next they wanted to bring all the members together by ISKCON teachings and make serve member’s life easy.
Lastly the one of the main purpose of International Society for Krishna Consciousness is to publish, and research articles, write books and other type of literature for all the members.
Under International Society for Krishna Consciousness there are various temples and institutes in different cities on India who are serving the society for its betterment with the teachings of Krishna and Vedic literature.
Along with teachings they are taking the responsibility of spreading the Indian old culture and the awareness of the beautiful teachings of Geta. Due to this institute the American are now more aware of Vedic culture and there are a numbers of students pursuing culture in Vedic history.