Our Founder Acharya

His divine grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada
The dear most friend and ever well-wisher of one and all, who travelled the world to give the same transcendental bliss of Krishna consciousness that he constantly relished.

ISKCON Temple is situated in the heart of Patna which is the main temple of Patna. Founder-Acharya: His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada Visited Patna With First Governor of bihar and he has wrote later for preaching in bihar. his deciple HH Jayapataka Swami maharaj has started preaching in patna (bihar) and his dream was glorious temple in patna now srila prabhupad desire and HH Jayapataka Swami maharaj dream has fullfilled Here you can enjoy the ecstatic Kirtan and prasadam throughout the day.

We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva the followers and We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva. Later, he spent 32 years of his life in the preparation of his journey to the western countries to obey his guru’s wish. At the age of 69 in 1965, he started his journey to New York City with only seven dollars in his pocket in Indian rupees and a trunk full of books and some of his personal belongings on a cargo ship,Jalduta. The journey proved to be treacherous, and he suffered two heart attacks while on the ship. After 35 days at sea he finally arrived at a lonely Brooklyn port. Arriving in the United States Srila Prabhupada began to share the timeless wisdom of Krishna consciousness. His message of peace and goodwill resonated with many young people, some of whom came forward to become serious students of the Krishna tradition. With the help of these students, Srila Prabhupada rented a small storefront on New York’s Lower East Side to use as a temple. On July 11, 1966, he officially registered his organization in the state of New York, formally founding the International Society for Krishna Consciousness ISKCON. In 1972, His Divine Grace introduced the Vedic system of primary and secondary education in the West by founding the Gurukula school in Dallas, Texas. The school began with three children in 1972, and by the beginning of 1975 the enrollment had grown to one hundred fifty.

In the last ten years of his life, in spite of his advanced age, Srila Prabhupada circled the globe 14 times on lecture tours, bringing the teachings of Lord Krishna to thousands of people on six continents. Men and women from all backgrounds and walks of life came forward to accept his message, and with their help, Srila Prabhupada established ISKCON centers and projects throughout the world. With the desire to nourish the roots of Krishna consciousness in its home, Srila Prabhupada returned to India several times, where he sparked a revival in the Vaishnava tradition. In India, he opened dozens of temples, including large centers in the holy towns of Vrindavan and Mayapur. In spite of such a vigorous schedule, Srila Prabhupada continued to write prolifically. His writings constitute a veritable library of Vedic philosophy, religion, literature and culture. Srila Prabhupada left us a veritable library of Vedic philosophy and culture. Highly respected by scholars for their authority, depth, and clarity, his books are used at colleges and universities around the world. The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust publishes his works in over 50 languages. His most appreciated and famous works include ‘Bhagavad Gita As It Is’, 30-volumes of ‘Srimad Bhagavatam’, and 17-volumes of ‘Sri Chaitanya Charitamrita’.

His achievements are innumerable, magnificent and extraordinary. Some of his achievements are listed below:

He dictated total of 22,000 pages of text.

He translated and wrote purports to 18,000 verses of Srimad Bhagvatam.

He translated and wrote purports to 700 verses of Srimad Bhagvad Gita.

He translated and wrote purports to 12,555 verses of Chaitanya Charitamrita.

He published 147 books in total.

He wrote 7000 letters to his disciples.

He created Back to Godhead magazine, of which 1 million copies are distributed.

His Bhagvad Gita lectures are compiled in 7 volumes of books.

His Srimad Bhagvatam lectures are compiled in 12 volumes of books.

His conversations with various scientists, professors, editors have been compiled in 42 volumes of books.

He produced innumerable recordings.

He changed the life of thousands of people of which 5000 became his initiated devotees.

And all he did in ONLY 9 years besides establishing 108 temples all over the world!!! In the age between 70-80.