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Iskcon Medchal

ISKCON Shri Krishna Balram Temple is in Dabilpur Village in Medchal.


Weekend Spiritual Retreat
A spiritual retreat is generally when individuals come together as a community to engage themselves deeper in prayer and meditation. This is may be taken as an supplementary to the sanskrit word Sat-Sanga. The word Sat-Sanga means frequenting the company of saintly and pious minded people who dedicate their activities in the pleasing the Supreme Personality of Godhead – Sri Krishna.


Value Based Programs for Kids
The primary objective of Values Plus is to transform children into refined, cultured and civilized gentle persons having a strong value system as the basis of all the activities they perform.

Cow Milk for Your Home
The cows at ISKCON Medchal are treated with love and stay in a spacious and clean atmosphere. This not only induces them to produce more milk but also better quality.

You can place your request for pure cow milk from ISKCON Medchal’s goshala for your home on the website online form or you may also call on this number:

Srivatsa Das – Temple President.

Mobile : +91 94400 57263


Organic Farming
This adage entails the development of self-sustained farming communities. ISKCON Medchal has strived over the years to practically demonstrate this principle for the benefit of all. Extensive farming is carried out in the project using the traditional methods of engaging the bull in the fields and using non-chemical components for growing crops thereby resulting in a organic product.
Today, the community produces several essential edibles in its land such as:
1. Rice
2. Vegetables – Tomato, Cabbage, Brinjal, Bitter Gourd, Bottle Gourd, Potatoes, Chilies.
3. Fruits – Papaya, Mango, Banana, Guava.

Timings : 4.30 AM to 9:00 PM

Mangala Arati
4:30 am
Japa Meditation
5:15 am
Darshan Arati
7:15 am
Guru Puja
7:30 am
Srimad Bhagavatam Discourse
8:00 am
Raj Bhog Arati
12:30 pm
Usthapana Arati
4:15 pm
Sandhya Arati
7:00 pm
Bhagavad Gita Discourse
8:00 pm
Shyana Arati
8:30 pm
Temple Closes
9:00 pm

Every Sunday a Bhagavad Gita discourse is held from 1 pm to 2 pm followed by lunch feast for all the devotees and guests.
http://www.iskconmedchal.com/

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