ISKCON Salt Lake City - video gallery

The Salt Lake City Krishna Center : "The building had previously been used as an elementary school by the Seventh-Day Adventists for 50 years. It was a little run-down and renovations took about five weeks. We left the bulletin boards so that we could post notices of upcoming events, and transformed the separate library and gift store.
Meanwhile, rather than having a big temple room, we opted for a smaller sacred area, with a separate cultural auditorium, as favored in South-Indian temples at Guruvayur and Udupi, as well as at ISKCON Pune. Currently it is home to a temporary altar and small brass Radha-Krishna Deities. In the future we have plans to build a large Rajasthani-style temple on the four acres. Picture gallery >>
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