Iskcon Temple

South Delhi

Close to the Bahai House of Worship, this flamboyant red and white temple opened in 1998, and is operated by the Hare Krishna movement. From Nehru Place metro station, you can walk through Astha Kunj Park to reach the temple (10-minute walk).

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