Dear Devotees.

Hare Krishna. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. All glories to Sri Sri GaurGopal Jiu & All glories to Sri Sri Radaha-Govinda Jiu.
Srila Prabhupada had built 108 temples during his life time. Since then ISKCON has built hundreds of temples all over the world. ISKCON Bhadrak mandir was donated to Srila Prabhupada. This temple is the last temple Srila Prabhupada had during his life time. Since then for about last fourty years The Lordship Sri Sri GaurGopal Jiu & Sri Sri Radaha-Govinda Jiu have been worshipped in this small temple. These Deities are worshipped here for last 250 years. As time passes in Bhadrak area more & more people are taking interest in Krishna consciousness. To spread glories of Sri Sri GaurGopal Jiu now it is very urgent to have a nice better standard temple where more devotees can gather to worship Lord. From this purpose the devotees of ISKCON Bhadrak have planned to build a nice beautiful temple for their Lordships.
We request all kind hearted devotees to donate towards this great cause & make your human life successful .Be engage to build this most glorious temple in Bhadrak , Srila Prabhupada will be very pleased with this endeavour & shower His blessings upon you.


Yes, I would like to avail this most valuable opportunity of my life by sponsoring the following marked purposes for the new temple construction of ISKCON Bhadrak.

Project Cost = 5 Crores


✥ From 26.09.1977 GAURA GOPAL MANDIR (AT-KUANSH,PO-BHADRAK,ODISHA-756100) is registered within ISKCON society officially as ISKCON BHADRAK , but practically before one year ISKCON devotees continued to stayed there. So, it was the last center take over by srila prabhupada before His Devine Grace left this material world.

✥ ISKCON BHADRAK belongs to the first Dikshya center as well as first Disciple of His Holiness Jayapataka Swami around the world.

✥ Lord Chaitanya visits Bhadrak with Ramananda Raya on his first attempt to go to Vrindavan & stayed here for five days.

✥ Lord Chaitanya bid farewell to Ramananda Raya here in Bhadrak to make his attempt to visit Vrindavan.

✥ In March of 1860, Bhaktivinod Thakur (that time Kedarnatha dutta) moved his family to Bhadrak taking the position of headmaster for forty-five rupees a month. During his stay in Bhadrak, Kedaranatha wrote a book called Math’ s of Orissa which was published in 1860. In the same year (1860) his first son, Annada, was born here in Bhadrak.


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