Sri Sri Radha Madhava Mandir, also known as Yayasan Gaura Hari Ashram.
Presiding Deities: Sri Sri Radha Madhava, Lalita and Vishaka; Sri Sri Gaura Nitai; Sri Sri Prahlada Narasimha
Balinese-style architecture, carved by local devotees and featuring beautiful sculptures, including Lord Narasimhadeva bursting from the stone wall above the altar. In the pond outside, there is also a sculpture of Vasuki, the famous snake king described in the Srimad-Bhagavatam who allowed the demigods and demons to churn the Ocean of Milk using his body wrapped around the Mandara Mountain. Vasuki is commonly worshipped in Indonesia.
Temple is in central part of the island of Bali, Indonesia. The temple sits in a rice field next to a small river on the outskirts of the Gianyar District. The 3,800 foot Mount Agung towers above it, while nearby attractions include the Palaceof Sukarno, the first Indonesian president, traditional arts showcases, and a major templeof Vasuki. The ISKCON temple is accessible from the Ngurah Rai Bali Airport, 35 kilometers away.
Number of residents: Five, as well as a full-time grihasta family who have served as the priest and Deity cook for the past ten years. The temple is supported by the collections of two travelling brahmacharis. Fifteen families live on a three-acre plot near the temple, visit regularly and engage in various services.
Number of visitors: Between twenty-five and fifty congregational devotees attend the Sunday feast every week. Members of the general public and foreign devotees also visit, including two to four sannyasi guests every year.
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