9:00am to 11:30am and 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm Weekdays & Weekends
Starting July 4th, Shri Krishna Vrundavana, NJ will be open for devotees (with restrictions)
By the grace of Shri Krishna and continued direction from His Holiness Shri Swamiji, we have been fortunate to offer our Sevas to Shri Krishna, Hanuma and Guru Raghavendra Swamiji during these months of pandemic lockdown. Your support and online participation have enabled us to perform Homas and pujas on a daily basis. Thank you for your support.
We are pleased to inform you that starting July 4th, your temple will open its main doors for devotee access and in-person services. In doing so, we are going to follow the governmental guidelines - limit inside and outside gatherings, and all attendees at indoor gatherings must wear face coverings and stay six feet apart.
Devotee access is allowed only from 9:00am to 11:30am and 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm on weekdays and weekends. Prasada will not be served and devotees are not permitted to enter the temple kitchen. Since we will be restricting the number of devotees coming into the temple, we encourage you to call the temple in advance of your visit and obtain guidance.
Private events, special puja services (at the Temple or your Home) will continue and you are requested to contact us for further details.
We will continuously monitor the situation and make adjustments as and when necessary. Please stay safe, take all precautions, particularly when you are going to be part of a group gathering and in visiting the temple.
Sri 1008 Sri Suguneendra Theertha Swamiji of Udupi Sri Puthige Matha established the Shri Krishna Vrundavana in December 2002. Shri Krishna Vrundavana is affiliated to Sujnana Religious & Charitable Foundation (SRCF. Until Jan 2009, the organization conducted various events at different Hindu temples including the Dwarkadish temple, Parlin. In Jan 2009 Krishna Vrundavana found its new permanent location at 215 May Street, Edison, NJ.
The permanent location is on a sprawling 3.5 acres land in South Edison with a built up area of around 15000 square feet. The temple premises include a puja hall, prasaada hall, and living quarters for the priests. It also has a multi-purpose community hall with occupancy of about 280 people.....