Spiritual Landmark Of Coimbatore

Sri Jagannath Mandir at Peelamedu Coimbatore, the first ISKCON temple for Lord Jagannath, Lord Baladev and Lady Subhadra, in South India was inaugurated on 4th Feb, 2001 by the then Honorable Prime Minister Sri Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    The present temple building, located on a sprawling 8 acres of land, encompasses the shrine of Lord Sri Jagannath, Lord Sri Baladeva and Lady Subhadra Maharani. The bhoomipooja and excavation of land for constructing a new magnificent temple for Sri SriRadha Krishna has begun in a massive way on 09th May 2016 and is expected to attain completion in 5 years, to be dedicated to the public of Coimbatore and its neighbouring region. 

Harinama Mandapam

“Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama
Rama Rama Hare Hare”

Every visitor at Sri Jagannath Mandir can experience and appreciate our Indian culture through deity worship, spiritual educational courses, weekly congregational get-togethers, Vedic discourses, music, dance, mantra meditation sessions , festival celebrations, youth camps, children programmes, corporate motivational seminars and many more such inspirational activities. Thus the temple stands to offer everyone an unique opportunity to engage in loving devotional service of the Lord and thus experience that endless transcendental bliss which is never tasted through any of our materialistic achievements. 

    The temple has also been the base for building over the years, a loving devotee community that cares, trusts and respects each other and jointly endeavors to please Lord Krishna and Srila Prabhupada by spreading the message of Love of God. 

Kovai Chandra Progress Update 2023

We are writing to you with a grateful heart for your support of the Kovai Chandra project and the inspiration it gives us to continue steadfastly with this service. As one of those unique contributors and recipients of grace, your involvement is highly appreciated.
Thank You.

Here  is a progress report for your kind information:
o   90% Civil Works have been completed
o   Interior work will commence this December
o   Stapathis will complete their work on the Garba Graha next month