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Bank Holiday Visiting Times

Monday, May 2nd, 2022

Thu-Fri 2-3 June:
10am – 7:30pm

Note:  Visiting hours are recommended for a full experience including darshan, café, gift shop, and assistance from devotees. Temple grounds and building will remain open at other times including arati and darshan times.

Café

Open during visiting hours

Gift Shop

Open during visiting hours

Goshalla (Farm)

Mon – Saturday : 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Tickets

Tickets are only required for major festival days to ensure that adequate measures are made to receive everyone. They are not needed on a day to day basis.

Arati and Darshan times

You are welcome to visit during any of the worship times below:

Arati  Time Darshan Closes
Mangala Arati 4.30 am 5.00 am
Darshan Arati 7.00 am 7.45 am
Dhup Arati 8.15 am 11.50 am
Raj Bhoga Arati 12.30 pm 4.00 pm 
Dhup Arati 4.20 pm 6.30 pm
Sandhya Arati 7.00 pm 7.30 pm
Shayan Arati 9.00 pm 9.30 pm

On major festival days the arati times and darshan times can change, please check the days schedule for timings

Entrance Gates to Bhaktivedanta Manor are locked at 9:30pm

Visiting Hours

Saturday, October 2nd, 2021

Monday – Saturday:
10am – 1pm & 4pm – 7:30pm

Sunday:
10am – 7:30pm

Note:  Visiting hours are recommended for a full experience including darshan, farm, café, shop, and assistance from devotees. Temple grounds and building will remain open at other times including arati and darshan times.

Café

Mon – Saturday : 10am – 1pm & 4pm – 7:30pm
Sunday: 10am – 7:30pm

Gift Shop

Mon – Saturday: 11am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 7:30pm

Goshalla (Farm)

Mon – Saturday : 10am – 5pm
Saturday : 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 7pm

Tickets

Tickets are only required for major festival days (see below) to ensure that adequate measures are made to receive everyone. They are not needed on a day to day basis.

  • New Years Day 
  • Gaura Purnima / Holi 
  • Rama Navami
  • Janmashtami
  • Dusshera
  • Diwali festival 
  • Annakuta / Govardhan Puja 

Arati and Darshan times

You are welcome to visit during any of the worship times below:

Arati  Time Darshan Closes
Mangala Arati 4.30 am 5.00 am
Darshan Arati 7.00 am 7.45 am
Dhup Arati 8.15 am 11.50 am
Raj Bhoga Arati 12.30 pm 1.00 pm *
Dhup Arati 4.20 pm 6.30 pm
Sandhya Arati 7.00 pm 7.30 pm
Shayan Arati 9.00 pm 9.30 pm

*There is no darshan between 1.00 pm – 4.20 pm, except on Sundays and festivals when darshan extends from 12.30 pm – 3.45pm.

On major festival days the arati times and darshan times can change, please check the days schedule for timings

Entrance Gates to Bhaktivedanta Manor are locked at 9:30pm

Join us for a meal (Prasadam Times)

Mon-Fri

Breakfast: 8:30am-9:30am

Lunch: 1:15pm-2:15pm

Evening: N/A

Saturday

Breakfast: 9am-10am

Lunch: N/A

Evening: N/A

Sunday

Breakfast: 9am-10am

Lunch: 1pm-2:30pm

Evening: 5:30pm-8pm

Other notes:

YOU SHOULD ACCESS OUR FRONT GATE VIA THE A41 AND SANDY LANE. PLEASE AVOID DRIVING THROUGH THE LOCAL VILLAGES AND NOTE THAT THERE IS NO ACCESS TO OUR SITE THAT WAY

Class by Gauranga das

Thursday, May 9th, 2019

Join us for an enlivening talk at Bhaktivedanta Manor by His Grace Gauranag das on this Spring Bank Holiday. The topic will the focus of this year at Bhaktivedanta manor which is living with gratitude & giving with compassion, 

May 27th

7pm-9:30pm

Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple room

 

 

Bhagavat Katha

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Join us for five nights of enlivening Bhagavat Katha at Bhaktivedanta Manor. As the focus of this year at Bhaktivedanta manor is living with gratitude & giving with compassion, Bhakti Rasamrita Swami will enlighten us on this topic from the pastimes of Lord Rama.

April 9th-13th

7pm-9:30pm

Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple room

 

 

Riddles from the Mahabharata

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Join us for five nights of enlivening Bhagavat Katha at Bhaktivedanta Manor. As the focus of this year at Bhaktivedanta manor is atithi devo bhava, His Grace Gaur Gopal das will enlighten us on the topic “When Krishna come to you”.

April 19th-23rd

7pm-9:30pm

Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple room

 

 

Bhagavat Katha

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Join us for 3 nights of enlivening Bhagavat Katha at Bhaktivedanta Manor. As the focus of this year at Bhaktivedanta manor is atithi devo bhava, His Holiness Bhakti Rasamrita Swami will enlighten us on the topic “When Krishna come to you”.

June 22nd – 24th

7pm-9:30pm

Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple room

 

Bhagavat Katha

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

Join us for five nights of enlivening Bhagavat Katha at Bhaktivedanta Manor. As the focus of this year at Bhaktivedanta manor is atithi devo bhava, His Grace Gaur Gopal das will enlighten us on the topic “When Krishna come to you”.

April 19th-23rd

7pm-9:30pm

Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple room

Temple of Vedic Planetarium

Monday, October 19th, 2015

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Lord Nityananda foresaw the manifestation of a glorious temple in Mayapur, and now He is touring the world in order to invite others to make that manifestation a reality. You will be able to receive the moonlike benedictions of Lord Nityananda in the customary form of his Padukas (shoes) along with Lord Nrsimhadeva’s protection in the form of his Satari (helmet). Jananivasa Prabhu (Head Priest Mayapur), Ambarisa Prabhu (TOVP Chairman) and other senior devotees are touring the world sharing the opportunity to contribute towards this signature building of ISKCON.

Eventbrite - Mayapur Temple Fundraiser London

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Kirtan with Ajamil Prabhu

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Friday 2nd October 7:30pm – 10pm
Saturday 3rd October 7:30pm – 10pm
Bhaktivedanta Manor Temple Room

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Ajamil Prabhu is an internationally renoun kirtan leader from Mayapur.

Altar Renovation Updated

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

As part of Bhaktivedanta Manor’s Anniversary Celebrations we will be renovating the Altar of Their Lordships in the Temple room.

The renovation work will commence on Monday 22nd July 2013 and will continue for the next three weeks. Scheduled to be completed on 12th August 2013.

During this time, the Deity Worship  will go on as normal and at the scheduled times.

There will be a temporary Altar in the Temple Room, which will reduce available space.  The Temple Room will remain closed/locked from 1pm to 4pm, Monday to Saturday.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused during this time.

 

LATEST NEWS ON RENOVATION WORK

With day one completed, the temporary altar was built, temporary lighting installed, the deities were moved successfully, and the altar room sealed from the front and opened from the back. The entire area has been ripped out and the floor is 70% lifted. The heavy drilling should end today.

Jobs for today are clearing the area, wiring, levelling floor, underfloor heating, cleaning and sealing the gold altar. As tomorrow morning Paris Ceramics, a high end specialists in marble and stone floorings, arrive to begin laying the new floor, the area needs to be spick and span for Them.

We are saving what we can of the original mosaic floor that Srila Prabhupada walked on. There is a plan in place for what we will do with it. It was unfortunate that we could not just restore the original floor as the marble tiles had been cemented onto it.

Thank you for you patience during this time of inconvenience.

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