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Sri Giriraj

Sri Sri Gaura Nitai

Sri Sri Jagannath, Baladev & Subhadra

Sri Londonisvara

Sri Londonisvara's Lotus Feet

Sri Radha

Sri Sri Radha-Londonisvara

Sri Sri Radha-Londonisvara

Welcome to ISKCON-London

Welcome to the world of Vaishnava culture and Vedic learning, the home of Radha and Krishna. Welcome to the world of tranquillity, beauty and spiritual bliss. Welcome home.

Daily Darshan

Month of Kartik

Date: 6th October - 3rd November
Lamp offering timings: 7am & 7pm

Devotees eagerly await the arrival of Kartik every year, when they sing the Damodarastakam prayers and extend their heartfelt love and devotion as they offer ghee lamps before their Lord in the Temple.

Kartika is glorified in the Puranas as very special for making spiritual advancement. This month is also known as Damodar, since in the middle of this month, the Lord performed His very enchanting Damodar Lila. Kartika month also represents Radharani, and devotees perform special austerities to gain Her favour.


Govardhana Puja Offerings 2017

Once in a year opportunity to cook for Giriraj

Community members are welcome to bring your own offerings for Giri-Govardhan on Govardhan Puja day. All offerings will be placed on a 'Govardhan Hill' in the Temple Room and offered to Giriraj.

Read more for Offerings Requirements.


Govardhan Puja

Date: Friday 20th October

Govardhan Puja is a festival celebrating the pastime of Lord Krishna lifting Govardhan Hill on His little finger for seven days to protect the residents of Vrindavan from torrential rains sent by Indra. This pastime shows how Lord Krishna is Deva Deva - the lord of the demigods.


Month of Kartik


Sri Krishna Janmastami

Date: 15th August 2017

Janmastami, Krishna's birthday is fast approaching. It's a big day for those of us who want to make advancement in spiritual thought and deepen our relationship with Krishna.

The birth of Lord Krishna is one of the biggest celebrations of the year. Krishna, a Sanksrit name for God which means 'the all-attractive one', appeared on earth over 5,000 years ago in Vrindavan, India. Janmastami is a day to celebrate His presence in our lives, to be grateful for our relationship with Him, and to join in the festivals to love and honour Him.

At the Radha-Krishna Temple we have a celebration that is not to be missed! It is an event filled with music, drama, food and fun for the whole family.

Come celebrate and share the joy of the most auspicious appearance day of Lord Krishna and get His special mercy and blessings.

Sharad Purnima

Date: Thursday 5th October 2017

Kartik Full Moon Festival

It is said that the love of the Gopis, the cowherd damsels of Vrindavan, for Krishna is the topmost love. It is without a tinge of selfishness and material motivation. The Gopis are the embodiment of the highest expression of the soul's love for God, because pleasing God is their exclusive aspiration of life.

Sharad Purnima is celebrated on the full moon night of Sarad-ritu (October). This is the night when Lord Krishna performed the Rasa dance. This dance represents the most perfect intimacy between the infinitesimal soul and the Supreme soul, free of any material tinge of selfish desire, but charged with intense bliss. In reciprocation with the love of the Gopis, Krishna expanded Himself to dance with each Gopi in their eternal spiritual bodies. Devotees celebrate this full-moon night of love and affection by dressing Their Lordships with magnificent dresses and glittering ornaments. The entire altar is decorated with flowers. An ambience of the starlit, full moon night of Vrindavan, filled with fragrant flower bushes and tender green creepers is created. The enchanting atmosphere surcharged with melodious kirtans is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Come along to celebrate the full moon night of Radha Krishna's rasa dance and a once-in-a-year special darshan of Their Lordships.

Srila Prabhupada's Appearance Day

Date: 16th August 2017

This is a very special day for all ISKCON devotees as they joyfully glorify their eternal saviour Srila Prabhupada on His appearance day.

Srila Prabhupada was sent by the Lord to fulfill Caitanya Mahaprabhu's prediction - prtvithe ache yata nagaradi grama, sarvatra pracara haibe more nama - In every town and village of the world, My name will be heard.

On that most auspicious occasion of Nanadotsava (Nanda Maharaja's huge festival celebrating Lord Krishna’s birth), Srila Prabhupada appeared to fulfill the mission of Lord Krishna. Srila Prabhupada grew up as a pure devotee of the Lord and distributed Krishna Consciousness everywhere. Srila Prabhupada made a perfect appearance, led a perfect life and had a perfect departure. Srila Prabhupada lives forever through his books. This legacy will always provide the devotees with Lord Caitanya katha and teach everyone to chant the Maha mantra.

Every year, on the day after the Janmastami celebration of Lord Krishna's appearance, ISKCON devotees honour the birthday of their spiritual father Srila Prabhupada by chanting, feasting, and especially reading him their heartfelt homages.

Come celebrate the divine appearance day of Srila Prabhupada and celebrate his life and teachings

Srila Prabhupada's Disappearance Day

Date: Monday, 23rd October 2017
Fasting till noon

Although Srila Prabhupada is no longer physically with us, on the spiritual platform he is very much present. He is present in his deity form, in his books and through his instructions. His mercy is available to all those who seek it.

Srila Prabhupada departed from this world on November 14, 1977 in Vrindavan, India. One would not usually celebrate the disappearance day of a person, especially one so loved and revered as Srila Prabhupada. However, the departure of a pure Vaishnava gives cause for jubilation because he returns to his eternal service at Krishna's lotus feet in Goloka Vrindavan, the spiritual world.

As Srila Prabhupada explains, the appearance and disappearance of the Lord and his pure representatives from this world is a cause for celebration. While there is no need to lament the disappearance of the Lord's pure nitya-siddha representative, at the same time the devotees feel great pangs of separation due to the manifest physical absence of His Divine Grace.

Festival Schedule

This will be available nearer the time.


If you would like to help support the festival, you can make a donation through the Online Donation Form. Alternatively it can be made at the Temple shop by visiting in person or calling on +44 (0)207 437 3662.

We thank you in advance for your contribution.


Festivals bring a wonderful opportunity to offer some service. Performing service to the Lord is always a spiritually rewarding experience. A variety of services are required for festivals.

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Join us on this auspicious occasion of the disappearance of our Founder Acarya.


Date: 29th August 2017

Radhastami is the divine appearance day of Srimati Radharani, the eternal consort of Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Srimati Radharani is the purest devotee, and dearest servant of Lord Krishna. Radhastami is a very special day for all the Gaudiya Vaishnavas, as by obtaining the mercy of Srimati Radharani one can easily achieve Krishna-prema. Radha is Krishna's dearest servant, and is His pleasure potency.

Nityananda Trayodasi

Date: 8th February 2017

Fasting till noon

Lord Nityananda is the eternal associate of Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Rarely is the name Nimai (Caitanya Mahaprabhu) taken without that of Nitai (Lord Nityananda). Mahaprabhu cannot be approached or understood without the mercy of Nityananda Prabhu, who is the cardinal guru of all the universes and serves as an intermediary between Mahaprabhu and His devotees.

He is the Lord's active principle in both creation and lila. He is the second body of the Lord, manifesting as Balaram to Sri Krishna, Lakshman to Sri Ram and Nityananda Prabhu to Caitanya Mahaprabhu. All other forms and expansions of the Lord emanate from this second body. Nityananda Prabhu is thus the source of Sankarshan, all the Vishnu’s, and Ananta Sesa. As Vishnu tattva He and Advaita Acarya are worshipped in the same category as Caitanya Mahaprabhu. In the manifested earthly lila, Nityananda Prabhu is senior to Caitanya Mahaprabhu by more than a decade. He is statuesque, like His Master, with the whitish complexion of Lord Balarama. His garments resemble a cluster of blue lotus flowers and His effulgence is said to surpass the grandeur of a rising moon at sunset. He has a deep melodious voice, constant singing the glories of Sri Krishna and carries a red stick with benedictions for the devotees, but feared by the demoniac. He has the carefree mood of a wild avadhuta, so absorbed is He in the love of Godhead, and no one knows what He will do next.

Come celebrate the Appearance Day of Lord Nityananda, the merciful incarnation of Lord Balarama in this age, and take shelter of His lotus feet.

Jhulan Yatra

Dates: 3rd August - 7th August 2017

Jhulan Yatra is a festival to celebrate Radha and Krishna's pastime of swinging on a golden swing everyday until Balarama Jayanti. Lord Krsna and his consort Sri Radha and along with the gopis (cowherd girls) and gopas (cowherd boys) swing in the monsoon season in Vrindavan with music and dance.

Every day Chota Radha-Londonisvara will adorn a new outfit, fresh flower garlands and be seated on a beautifully decorated swing. Everyone will have the opportunity to swing Their Lordships during this sweet festival.

Swinging timings:
Morning: 7 am & Evening: 7 pm

Come along for an opportunity to swing Their Lordships on a beautifully decorated swing!


Date: 5th April 2017

Fasting till noon

The appearance of Lord Rama is celebrated as Ramanavami. Lord Ramachandra is a powerful incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead as an ideal king. He appeared in the Treta yuga, more than two million years ago.

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