The ISKCON Temple, Patna, known as Sri Radha Banke Bihari Ji Mandir, is a revered shrine dedicated to Lord Krishna, located at Budh Marg in Patna. This 108-foot-tall multi-storey temple is supported by 84 pillars and covers an area of two acres. The foundation stone of the establishment was laid in the year 1984.
The current presiding deities in the temple are Sri Sri Gaur Nitai, Sri Sri Radha Banke Bihariji, and Sri Sri Ram Janaki Lakshman and Hanumanji. The walls of the temple are adorned with exquisite styles of carvings and embellishments, showcasing different facets of the life of Shri Krishna.
The divine ambiance of the central hall, filled with the melodious tunes of " Hare Krishna & Hare Rama," draws a large number of attendees. The morning aarti is performed at 4:30 am, followed by several devotional lectures and addresses for devotees conducted on a regular basis.
A meditation and spiritual center, an auditorium, a restaurant, a guest house, and various other multi-purpose halls are part of the premises.