Dear Devotees,

As Places of Worship in Orange County are now eligible for re-opening, we look forward to welcoming guests back to the temple & maintaining proper safety & social distancing protocols. Guests are welcome starting 9/11/20 for Bhagavad Gita class, and starting 9/20/20 for Sunday Feast.

We are operating at a fraction of our general capacity & thus we kindly request an RSVP if you are coming to the program. Please RSVP by emailing with your name / family name & the number of individuals planning to attend.

If you choose to attend in-person, please keep the following safety protocols in mind:

Maintain 6ft social distancing at all times (exception: families may sit together)

Face coverings must cover the nose & mouth at all times.

All prasadam will be packed in to-go boxes.

If you have experienced any symptoms, or have been near anyone who has been ill,
please do not attend & please contact us at (949) 436-0588.

We will also continue to telecast Friday & Sunday programs live on Facebook
( & Zoom (ID: 949-108-1008).

As a community we want to help each other stay safe.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, if you need help or support in any way: (949) 436-0588.

Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

Questions and Answers

Here are some key terms and concepts of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
Krishna means ``the all attractive one.`` it is a standard term for the divine in the sanskrit language.
Bhakti can be translated into english as 'devotional service towards Krishna.'
One of the primary practices of the bhakti tradition is kirtan, or the chanting of krishna's divine names.
We are the soul, or the conscious life force within our bodies, yet we are different from our bodies.
Bhagavad-gita is the essence of vedic knowledge and one of the most important books in vedic literature.
Mantra meditation is one of the key practices of a bhakti yogi. This is done through japa and kirtan.

Our Temple

Upcoming Events

Temple Schedule

Arati (Worship) Schedule
5:00 a.m. Mangala Arati
8:00 a.m. Darshan Arati
11:30 a.m. Raja Bhoga Arati
5:00 p.m. Upala Bhoga Arati
7:30 p.m. Sandhya Arati (6:45 on Sunday)

Regular Programs

Friday 7:30pm-09:00pm Bhagavad Gita**

Sunday 5:30pm-08:00pm Sunday Program**

**Both programs are live-streamed on Zoom & Facebook. If you’d like to attend either program in person, please follow the safety protocol & guidelines at the top of this page, & RSVP to

Classes and Lectures

: "One should learn how to associate with the devotees of the Lord by gathering with them to chant the glories of the Lord. This process is most purifying. As devotees thus develop their loving friendship, they feel mutual happiness and satisfaction and by thus encouraging one another they are able to give up material sense gratification, which is the cause of all suffering."

Srimad Bhagavatam, 11.03.30.,