ISKCON Mayapur gates opened for the devotees

Debasish Chattopadhyay

Kolkata : After 30 days of closure people will again get the opportunity to have darshan and worship Sri Sri Radha Madhava, as the much anticipated gates of ISKCON Chandradaya temple, Mayapur, world headquarter of the institution, will be opened for devotees, pilgrims and visitors. However, to implement precautionary measures few restrictions have been imposed.


The timings of darshan will be only between 9am to 7pm. All visitors will have to enter from Gammon gate where each vehicle will be sanitised, followed by screening of the visitors and then the visitor will be sanitised before entering the temple campus. It will be ensured that visitors are properly wearing masks. To maintain social distancing among the visitors entry gate is made separate from exit gate. Visitors will have to maintain 6ft distance among themselves inside the temple The temple premisis, restaurants, toilets will be sanitised on high frequency every day. To facilitate the visitors free Prasadam will be dostributed in the afternoon.


The ISKCON Mayapur management is in constant touch with local administration and will abide by all the rules and regulations, said
Subroto Das
Head Communications
ISKCON Mayapur.