Prem Mandir at Vrindavan – New Krishna Temple founded by Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj

Dedicated to Sri Krishna, Prem Mandir, is one of the largest and most beautiful Hindu temples in Vrindavan, India. It will be inaugurated on February 17, 2012 – The Pran Prathishta of Murtis will be taking place on February 17. The temple is founded by Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj of the Jagadguru Kripalu Parishad.


  • Prem Mandir is located on the outskirts of Vrindavan in 54 acres.
  • It took 11 years to complete the temple.
  • The temple is elegantly carved in white Italian marble.
  • The outer walls of the temple depicts 84 leelas of Sri Krishna and Radha.
  • Inside the temple one can view the philosophy of bhakti yog, as revealed by Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, inlaid in the ornate walls with semi-precious stones.
  • Kripalu Trayodashi, the famous concise overview of all of the philosophy of Hindu dharm in only 13 verses, composed by Kripaluji Maharaj, is displayed just next to the main shrine.
  • The temple is also adorned with beautiful sculptures of deities and incidents in Hindu scriptures.
  • Beautifully carved dome is a highlight of the temple.





  • The temple includes a charitable hospital – to be completed
  • 10,000 seat Satsang Hall – to be completed
  • Dining and living facilities
  • Shops
  • Museum depicting India’s antiquity and teachings about creation in Hindu tradition. – to be completed.