There are about 1000 ISKCON followers in Poland. There are 3 main temples in Czarnów, Warszawa, and Wrocław. Additionally ISKCON has its centres in almost all important cities.
First groups of Polish devotees were established in Warszawa and Wrocław. The first Polish Hindu temple was established in 1980 in Czarnów, Lower Silesian Voivodeship (New Shantipur Temple in Czarnów). Main ISKCON temple is New Ramana Reti Temple in Mysiadło.
ISKCON devotees in Poland have just finished writing an educational program that aims to provide primary and secondary school children with the cutural, social and philosophical basis for Krishna consciousness.
Since religion or “ethics” lessons are now obligatory in Polish schools—and children can choose which ones they want to take—ISKCON teachers have put their own program together which they have just submitted to the Polish government’s Ministry of National Education.