Iskcon temple at  Juhu has a key impact in the Hare Krishna story, as originator AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada burned through broadened periods here (you can visit his unobtrusive living quarters-cum-exhibition hall in the nearby structure; 10.30am to 12.30pm and 5.30pm to 8.30pm). The sanctuary compound wakes up during supplication time as the loyal stir themselves into a reverential furor of euphoria, with kirtan moving joined by slamming hand images and drumbeats.

Wall paintings around the compound detail the Hare Krishna story. The Iskcon lodging here is likewise suggested, just like the thali-just eatery (buffet dinners ₹300 to ₹600). It’s a convincing spot to visit for serious, celebratory love in the calm rural areas.

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