Main Entrance of ISKCON Temple in Anantapur ISKCON Anantapur - Designed in the Shape of Horse Drawn Chariot

ISKCON Temple, Anantapur

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ISKCON Temple, Anantapur Overview

Like all other ISKCON Temples built around the world, the one at Anantapur is just as beautiful. The temple is in the shape of a horse-drawn chariot, with statues of four huge horses at the entrance. This temple is known as the Radha Parthasarathi Temple and was inaugurated in February 2008.

The stunning ISKCON Temple is situated at Somaladoddi village, on the outskirts of the city. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is focused on spreading the beliefs of 'Krishna Consciousness', a belief that Lord Krishna is the supreme power, over all others. The temple also has a restaurant attached to it. The beautiful temple looks even more scintillating at night when lights illuminate its walls. The most cherished festival is Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna.

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