The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), of which Sri Sri Radha Govinda Dham is a part, was founded by His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in the year 1966, in New York City. By 1977, when he left the planet, he had established 108 temples all over the world.
Three 50-foot diameter stone shikhars (domes) hand-carved with depictions of Krishna’s pastimes, rise more than 100 feet above the 25,000-square-foot temple. The building, blending Gujarat Sompura, and Rajasthani Khamira architectural styles, sits on four acres and features one of the largest temple rooms in India. The 12,000-square-foot temple hall can accommodate 4,000 people. Sunday feast is held on every Sunday evening from 6:15pm. The celebration includes dancing, spiritual discourses and sumptuous prasadam. It also has a goshala on its eight acre farm house.