ISKCON temples serve as centers for spiritual activities, education, and community engagement. These temples are dedicated to the worship of Lord Krishna and often feature elaborate deity installations, where devotees offer prayers, perform rituals, and participate in kirtan (devotional chanting) and bhajans (devotional songs).
The architectural style of ISKCON temples varies, but they typically incorporate elements of traditional Indian temple design. The temples often include beautiful deity altars, spacious prayer halls, lecture halls, vegetarian restaurants, gift shops, and living quarters for resident monks and devotees.
ISKCON temples are open to the public, and people from all backgrounds are welcome to visit, learn about the philosophy of Bhakti yoga, and participate in the various activities offered. These activities may include meditation sessions, philosophical discourses, yoga classes, festivals, and community service initiatives.