• Devotees in Ukraine need your help!!

    Since early July there has been heavy fighting in parts of Eastern Ukraine. The result is ISKCON devotees are leaving their homes, having to flee to safer areas. Some have even lost their homes due to mortar and other combat-zone destruction. Most have left with only what they could carry. Some drove away with snipers firing on their vehicles. In one case, a devotee’s car was destroyed by artillery, but miraculously the devotees survived.

    There are approximately 500 devotees of all ages, children through elders, who have been displaced so far. Well over half have already been accommodated through the efforts of this relief fund. Since a key coordinator of this refugee effort was abducted on charges of being a spy (though just recently released), communications had been disrupted for weeks.

    ISKCON Chicago is requesting your financial support to help these families and devotees to start a safe, new life!

  • Learn

    We make ancient Vedic wisdom relevant for modern times. Life becomes a lot easier to navigate with a hint of spirituality and a dash of loving relationships. Join a study group near you, at the temple or over Skype and brighten your future with the torch of knowledge.

  • Live

    Our philosophy is practical and is applicable in every aspect of our lives, whether it is work, food, recreation or mediation.  We learn to live in harmony with the laws of nature and extend that knowledge to others through our various outreach activities.

  • Love

    True happiness comes when our desire to love and be loved is fulfilled. To develop love for God and cultivate loving relationships with all living entities is the basic premise of Bhakti Yoga. So we invite you to come and learn more about this sublime process of selfless loving service.

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  • “…a little advancement on this path can protect one from the most dangerous type of fear.”

    Author's imageLord KrishnaBhagavad Gita 2.40
  • Temple Hours

    Mon – Sat (Morning)

    4 am to 1 pm

    • 4:30 am: Mangal Arati
    • 5:15 am: Mantra Meditation
    • 7:30 am: Bhagavatam lecture
    • Noon: Raj Bhog Arati

    Mon – Sat (Evening)

    4 pm to 8 pm

    • 4:00 pm: Dhup Arati
    • 6:00 pm: Sandhya Arati

    Sunday

    4 am to 8 pm

    • Regular morning schedule
    • Open all day
    • 5 pm: Sunday Feast Program
    • 5 pm: Gift Store open
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    • Pastoral Counselling
    • Rites of Passage
    • Bhakti shastri courses
    • Guided Tours
    • Gift Store

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