Sri Krishna Janmashtami, the appearance day of Lord Krishna, is the most auspicious day on which Lord Krishna appeared in this world to please his devotees and annihilate the demons. The tenth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam provides a beautiful narration of this entire pastime.
This auspicious festival would be celebrated on 25th August this year. This page offers all the information you may need about this festival and to facilitate your visit.
At ISKCON Delhi, this happens to be the biggest festival of the year with nearly 8 lakh devotees visiting the temple for a darshan (seeing) the Lord.
Festivities begin at 4:30 in the morning and goes on up mid-night. Various stalls throughout the temple campus provide the visitors to learn about the Lord Krishna’s pastimes through books, dramas, Q & A. After the darshan, all the devotees would be served a sumptous feast prasadam.