Sri Sri Radha Madanmohan Temple

Sri Sri Radha Madanmohan Temple is an iconic place in the Gaudiya Vaishanava history and one of the seven important Gaudiya Vaishnava Temples established in Vrindavan and now re-established in Govardhan eco-village, namely the Sri Sri Radha Madanmohan Temple, Govinda Temple, Gopinath Temple, Sri Radharaman Temple, Radha-Shyamasundara Temple, Radha-Damodara Temple and Gokulananda Temple.

The temple re-constructed in Govardhan Ecovillage is unique – for the temple structure and design is the replica of the temple in Vrindavan and the deities are a replica of original deities that are now worshipped in Karoli, Rajasthan, which were shifted from Vrindavan during attacks of Mughal rulers.

Temple has been built with the pink stone from Rajasthan with the same design and golden Kalash on its peak.

Following are the services (Seva) offered everyday

Seva Time - 5:00 AM

Balya Bhog

Seva Time - 6:30 AM

Shringar Seva

Seva Time - 11:30 AM

Raj Bhog

Seva Time - 3:45 PM

Vaikalika Bhog

Seva Time - 6:00 PM

Sandhya Bhog with Arati

Seva Time - 7:30 PM


Daily Activities & Arti Timings

5:15 AM Mangal Aarti (First Worship of the Day)
7:45 AM Sringar Darshan (Greeting the Deities)
12:00 PM Raj Bhog Aarti (Post Noon Worship)
12:30 PM Temple Closed
4:00 PM Vaikalik Aarti (Early Evening Worship)
6:30 PM Sandhya Aarti (Evening Worship)
7:30 PM Temple Closed for the Day
  • Galtare, P.O. Hamrapur, Wada Taluka,
    District Palghar - 421 303,
    Maharashtra, India