Gaur Dham, ISKCON Greater Noida

Address: Sri Sri Gaur Natraj Dayal Nitai Temple, I-443, Delta 2, Greater Noida Uttar Pradesh – 201002
Phone: +91 95824 41745 Website: Email:
Direction: Google Map  Facebook : ISKCON Greater Noida
Darshan times: 7.30am – 12 noon, 12:30pm – 1 00Pm, 4.30pm – 8.30pm
Presiding Deities: Gaur Natraj Dayal Nitai


On 14 July 2015, ISKCON Noida extended a new center in Delta-II, Greater Noida. The center was inaugurated by HH Lokanath Swami Maharaj

Various Programs:
  • Saturday Satsanga (Love-feast) Program
  • Sunday Harinam Sankirtan
  • Prahlad class for Kids
  • Bhakti Vriksha
  • IYF (ISKCON Youth Forum)
Daily Deity Darshan/ Visitor’s timings :
Temple Open / Close Timings: 4:30 AM – 1:00 PM, 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM4:30 AM: Mangala Arati
12:30 PM: Raj Bhog Arati
6:45 PM: Sandhya Arati and Maha KirtanWeekly program timings including feast program held at temple:
Every Saturday: 7:00 – 9:30 PM – Saturday Satsanga (Love-feast) Program .
Every Sunday: 7:00 – 9:00 AM – Harinam Sankirtan in Prayer Hall. 


Sri Sri Gaura Natraj Dayal Nitai
Sri Sri Gaur Natraj Dayal Nitai


Address: ISKCON Temple, Govinda Dham and Bhaktivedanta Academy, A-5, Sec 33, Opp NTPC Office, 201301 Noida, UP.
Phone: 9818536198, 9560476959
Website: Email:
Facebook: Iskcon Temple Noida YouTube: Videos Direction: Google Map Gallery: View images

Darshan times: 7.30am – 12 noon, 12:30pm – 1 00Pm, 4.30pm – 8.30pm

Presiding Deities: Sri Sri Radha Govinda Dev, Sri Sri Gaura Nitai, Sri Sri Jagannath, Baldeva and Subhadra

Sri Sri Radha Govinda
Sri Sri Radha Govinda

Jagannath Baladeva Subhadra
Sri Sri Jaganntha Baladeva Subhadra

Sri Sri Gaura Nitai
Sri Sri Gaura Nitai

Description: In the mid 1970s Srila Prabhupada supervised the design of the first full-fledged ISKCON temple in a major Indian city, in Mumbai (Juhu). The Noida temple follows a similar model , with a large temple room, an auditorium, an adjoining guesthouse, a restaurant, a hall for wedding and birthday celebrations a floor for education, and a kitchen and bedrooms in a residential wing. The temple shops, offices and hall are ready for use.

The Stone façade, with balconies, is similar to Srila Rupa Gosvami’s sixteenth –century Radha-Govinda temple in Vrindavan. The façade and the interior also feature hand-carved stone peacocks, elephants, a hundred intricate pillars, jails (lat-ticework), jharokhas (balconies), and chhatris(domed pavilions).

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