Description: Sri Sri Radha Krishna Chandra Temple is accredited for having the ISKCON's largest temple complex in the world. Located at Harekrishna hill, West of Chord Road, Rajajinagar Bangalore, karnatak state, India. It was built in 1997. The attraction is the neo-classical style of architecture. Being made by the Iskcon cult, the magnificent shrine is commonly known as Iskcon Temple. The colossal shrine sprawls on seven-acres of 'Hare Krishna Hill'. This outstanding temple is one amongst the best shrines constructed by the ISKCON. The beautifully ornamental arches and illuminated water jets escort to the richly decorated Rajagopuram (main shrine). The main shrine comprises the stunningly beautiful idols of Sri Sri Radha-Krishna. Apart from the main shrine, the temple also comprises four additional shrines dedicated to Sri Sri Krishna Balrama, Sri Nitai Gauranga, Sri Prahlada Narasimha and Sri Srinivasa Govinda respectively. The main hall that embraces the three shrines, including the main one, is a huge hall of 10,000 sq feet. The ceiling of the hall is festooned with remarkable paintings made by the Russian painters.