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Following pictures are from ISKCON temple in Baroda, a town in west part of India with over million inhabitants. „Baroda” is name given by English colonialists, but original name is „Vadodara”.

(by clicking on pictures you will get three times bigger ones in new window)

3 x bigger picture in new window New temple is actually superstructure over provisional temple and it was opened in 2000.
3 x bigger picture in new window Temple is located on the border of the city.
3 x bigger picture in new window Main Deities are Sri Sri Radha Syamasundar.
3 x bigger picture in new window Sri Sri Gaura Nitai.
3 x bigger picture in new window Jagannath, Baladev and Subhadra.
3 x bigger picture in new window Nice ceiling in the temple (rasa-lila).
3 x bigger picture in new window Beautiful fountain for the pleasure of hundreds of guests.
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Usually, water is in India quite precious and each fountain is something like little wonder.

Pictures for this section are from Radha-raman das.
We would like to thank him very much for his kind contribution.

 

Published:
July 2001
 
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