Upcoming Events, Announcements

Ratha Yathra Planning Meeting - Sun, Jan 19 1-3pm

We are pleased to inform you that city has tentatively approved ISKCON Boston Ratha Yatra on Sat June 27.

To put up a grand Ratha Yatra this year, we will be having our maiden planning meeting on Sunday Jan 19, 1pm-3pm.
Everyone is cordially invited to be part of the planning meeting.

Please let Gridharan Pr know in advance if you are interested. Kindly, RSVP.
Gridharan Pr - +1 (734) 355-7278 / +1 (734) 355-7278

ISKCON Boston Calendar for the year 2020 is available !

ISKCON Boston Calendar for the year 2020 is now available in the temple's gift shop for $5. This calendar has the information about all the auspicious dates like temple festival celebrations, ekadashi (dates and fast breaking time in Boston time zone),  appearance and disappearance of acharyas etc. with beautiful pictures of deities of  ISKCON Boston temple.

Sunday Feast! - A Festival every Sunday

Immerse yourself in

  • Lively kirtan.
  • A sumptuous Vegetarian Feast.
  • Thought-provoking keynotes by eminent Bhakti Yogis.
  • Engaging children’s activities.

Sunday Love Feast

The Sunday ‘Love Feasts’ go back to the very beginning of Srila Prabhupada’s ISKCON period, which began in the mid-1960’s. He introduced this weekly festival as part of his overall preaching program.

Sri Jagannatha Ratha Yatra - Saturday, June 27, 11:30 am

Please join us for a wonderful festival of Sri Jagannatha Ratha yatra on Saturday, June 27, starting at 11:30 am at 1 Cambria St (intersection of Boylston St and Mass Ave.)(please see the map).

Special Guests :

Stay Tuned for more updates.

Every year in the summer, one of the world’s largest and oldest festivals happens in India - the Ratha Yatra. A Sanskrit phrase, “Ratha Yatra” literally translates into English as “chariot procession.” As such,three richly decorated chariots, resembling temple structures, are pulled through the streets of the small coastal town of Puri in Eastern India ...read more

Previous Ratha Yatra Festivals - 2017 (video playlist), 1998 (photo album)


ISKCON Boston will only accept the following donations:
· Financial (cash, check, credit card or PayPal)
· Food which can be used in the kitchen for offering to the deities (bhoga). Donated food cannot include any meat, fish, eggs, mushrooms, onion or garlic
· Flowers
· Time (for volunteer inquiries, please email volunteer.iskconboston@gmail.com)