As you enter Bhakti Dham and travel down the road, Bhakti Mandir appears before you like a mystical divine charm. While reminding future generations of the greatness of this divine place, it will also provide inspiration for devotion and divine knowledge for thousands of years to come.
The foundation stone of Bhakti Mandir was laid on October 26th, 1996, marking the beginning of construction of this all stone, hand-carved temple. Standing 108 feet tall and built with pink sandstone, white marble and black granite, Bhakti Mandir was inaugurated in a grand celebration in November 2005.
Upon entering the temple, the beautiful life sized Deities of Radha Krishna incorporates divine pleasure and attraction of Radha Krishna and forcibly attracts the mind. Delicately carved Dieties of the Ashta Mahasakhis (8 eternal and closest friends of Radha Rani), personally established by Shri Maharaj Ji encircle the main hall. Equally beautiful life sized Deities of Ram and Sita have been established on the first floor.
8:30am – 11:00am
1:00pm – 8:00pm
(2:00pm to 8:00pm from April 1st to July 31st)
Arati at 4:30pm Daily
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To cater for the growing devotional enthusiasm, the original satsang hall was replaced by a larger hall. That growth has continued and now an even larger hall has been constructed, called “Bhakti Bhawan”, for the unprecedented numbers of devotees who come to Mangarh Dham. It is used for satsang programs and celebrations of functions and festivals.
Summer: 5:00pm-5:30pm Daily
Winter: 1:30pm – 2:30pm Daily
Three annual sadhana programs are organised in Bhakti Dham. Thousands of followers from all over the world gather at Bhakti Dham to attend these sadhana programs where they get to practice meditation while singing bhajans and keertans composed by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj, gain spiritual knowledge from discourses of Shri Maharaj Ji and His preachers and celebrate Hindu festivals.
1. Holi Sadhana Program – This spring sadhana program starts two weeks before Holi and culminates in the joyous celebration of Holi.
2. Guru Poornima Sadhana Program – This week-long summer sadhana program takes place around Guru Poornima and culminates in the celebration of Guru Poornima.
3. Sharad Poornima Sadhana Program – This five-week long sadhana program takes place during October- November. It starts on the day of Dussehra. Festivals such as Dussehra, Sharad Poornima, Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhaiya Dooj are celebrated during this sadhana program.
Opened in 2003, Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya at Bhakti Dham is bringing health, happiness and hope to the local impoverished population. This fully charitable hospital offers various medical services ranging from Allopathic, Ayurvedic, Naturopathy, Physiotherapy and Homoeopathy, which are all provided 100% free of cost to all patients, including free medications available from a fully-stocked onsite pharmacy.
The 75-bedded hospital houses modern equipments and technologies and 600-700 patients are treated daily by doctors, specialists and highly trained staff.
In addition, various health awareness and free medical camps – eye camps, blood donation camps, etc, are also frequently held at JKC – Mangarh.Opening Hours
7:00am – 11:30am
3:00pm – 5:30pm
“God is the embodiment of bliss. Therefore being His part, the individual soul naturally desires only Bliss.”
Uttar Pradesh 230204, India
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Phone: +91 9759 003000
Phone: +91 9670 484000
Phone: +91 5341 291522
Prem Mandir is a monument of God’s love. This devotional centre will serve all who come in search of God’s love, through knowledge and the practical experience of devotion.
Each stone of the temple has been hand carved by the temple artisans, who worked on this project since its stone laying foundation on 14th January 2001.
Its intricate beauty is enhanced by 80 panels that encircle the temple depicting scenes of Radha Krishna leelas as described in the Bhagwatam.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens and fountains, the temple complex has life-size depictions of four leels of Shri Krishna – Jhulan leela, Govardhan leela, Raas leela and Kaliya Naag leela.
Two main shrines depict Radha Krishna & Sita Ram; Radha Krishna on the first level and Sita Ram on the second level.
5:30am – 6:30am
8:30am – 12:00pm
4:30pm – 8:30pm
Arati at 5:30am, 8:30am, 11:50am, 4:30pm and 8:10pm
Bhog at 6:10am, 11:30am and 5:30pm
Musical Fountain: 7:30pm – 8:00pm in Summer and 7pm – 7:30pm in Winter
JKP Shyama Shyam Dham Vrindavan currently houses a large granite sadhana hall, which was completed in 1993 and has many times overflowed its capacity during Shri Maharaj Ji’s visits, including the thrilling all-night chanting during the Janmashtmi celebrations.
To cater for the growing number of devotees, a massive dome shaped sadhana hall is currently under construction next to Prem Mandir.
The once small village of Vrindavan has experienced rapid growth over the past 25 years. Because existing medical facilities are unable to meet the current demands, and to fill a desperate need for health care for the residents of Braj, JKP inaugurated a new hospital in Vrindavan on September 18, 2015. This hospital is the largest of the three JKP Hospitals.
The two-storey structure includes advanced diagnostic equipment, a fully modern pathology laboratory and an on-site dispensary, as well as treatment rooms, operating theatres and recovery wards.
As with the other JKP Hospitals, the staff consists of full-time volunteers, and all the medical services provided, including prescription medicine, are completely free of charge.
“A genuine Spiritual Master or Guru should have complete mastery over all scriptures, and should have attained Divine Love.”
The uniquely designed large Satsang Bhawan was built in the year 2000. This satsang hall provides a devotional atmosphere for devotees who visit the ashram every year from all over India.
JKP Rangeeli Mahal is filled with Shri Maharaj Ji’s memories, satsang, devotional chanting and discourses throughout the year.
Thousands of devotees flood the ashram during the joyous celebration and all-night chanting on Radhashtami (the appearance day of Radha Rani).
The village of Barsana is located in a spiritually rich, but materially poor district of Braj. JKP opened a 100% free hospital in 2007 to fill the critical health care needs of this rural population.
Since its inception, the hospital has continually expanded. Hundreds of patients come each morning and await treatment for the diseases and afflictions they are suffering from.
There is a full-service Eye Unit where eye surgeries are performed every day. A naturopathy and yoga wing is also there which serves hundreds of patients a day.
All services along with medications are provided completely free of charge, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.
The highly qualified volunteer doctors, nurses and medical staff are extremely dedicated to providing quality care to those who come to them. Visiting doctors and specialists from nearby cities in India and from overseas also volunteer their expertise during their extended visits to the ashram.
9am – 3pm
Closed on Fridays
“You can attain God only by His grace. It is impossible by any other means like karma, gyan, etc.”
JKP Rangeeli Mahal
Uttar Pradesh 281405, India
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Phone: +91 5662 246235,
+91 9759 005000
Golok Dham, also known as Radha Govind Samiti
The beautiful deities of Radha Krishna in the temple at Golok Dham are sure to find its way into the hearts of each and every devotee.
During the year, various chanting programs and discourses are conducted weekly, and at times more frequently.
Social activities, such as distribution of free meals, etc are also organised at Golok Dham on a regular basis.
“God and Saints are incapable of doing anything except bestowing grace.”
(Radha Govind Samiti)
H.A.F (B) Part-1, Sector 10
New Delhi 110075, India
Email & Phone
Phone: +91 11 25081088
Radha Madhav Dham is the largest Hindu temple and ashram complex in the United States. With the Gracious blessing of Shri Jagadguru Kripalu Ji Maharaj, Radha Madhav Dham was established as the main ashram of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat in the West.
The rolling land, blanketed by wildflowers in the spring, and beautified by the meandering stream Kalindi, rises to the highest point in Hays County at the top of Barsana Hill.
The temple and ashram buildings are surrounded by charming gardens, walking paths, fountains and ponds. The many peacocks add a flourish of iridescent color to the surroundings, and their calls echo across the fields as they announce themselves to all passers-by. The delightful landscape lends itself to leisurely walks and meditation in its serene holy places.
Designed as a representation of the holy land of Braj in India where Shri Radha Rani and Shri Krishna appeared about 5,000 years ago, all the important holy places of Braj like Govardhan, Radha Kund, Prem Sarovar, Shyam Kuti and Mor Kuti are represented in Radha Madhav Dham, where the natural stream, named Kalindi, represents the Yamuna river of Vrindavan.
Anyone who visits Radha Madhav Dham experiences the same Divine serenity that was found in the ancient ashrams of the Saints of Vrindavan. It has become a place of pilgrimage for millions of devotees living in the western world.
The centerpiece of Radha Madhav Dham is Shri Raseshwari Radha Rani Temple. This temple, with its magnificent architecture and exquisitely designed shrine with elegantly decorated Deities of Radha and Krishna, is the only temple in the world that represents the true nikunj darshan of Radha Krishna as described in the Radhikopanishad and the writings of the Great Masters of Vrindavan. Sitting in such a temple, while chanting the names of Radha Krishna during satsang, gives a thrill of bhakti that must be experienced.
“Devotion to Guru is absolutely essential along with devotion to God, because it is only through the grace of the Guru that one can attain one’s goal.”