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Lord Krishna Temple In Imphal, Manipur

Lord Krishna Temple In Manipur
Lord Krishna Temple In Manipur
It is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, operated by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). The temple is situated in Imphal at Brahmpur Guru Aribam Leikai, on the banks of the Imphal River. It is believed that the temple was patronized by king Charairongba and constructed in the year 1704 AD. The beautifully built temple echoes throughout with the powerful chanting of Hare Rama Hare Krishna. The peaceful atmosphere and surroundings makes one forget all the pains & sorrows of life.

About the temple

The bricked temple is given a thick cement coating from outside that looks like marble from a distant. The plinth is raised in three layers of bricks.A hum panel of airborne staircases facing the south facade perfectly matches the muscular construction of the temple base. The sanctum cube and the porch walls discretely support the dome like a crescent crown. The short heighted porch dome is artistically decorated with floral motifs. Above it the crown rests on a short neck which further carries two Kalsas. The internal sanctum is unified with the porch hall which is further separated in to two chambers partitioned by an iron breakdown that leads to a staircase outside

The arty significance of the temple is that there are diverse idols of Lord Krishna showing various events from his child hood to his adult stage. The intonation of the idols is done in a very creative manner which reflects the artistic antiquity of idol deities.

Main attraction

The main attraction of the temple is the grand celebration of Krishna Janmashtami that marks the birth of Lord Krishna when the temple is dressed with lights & floral decorations.


There are many local rest houses and hotels that provide the basic comforts of life.

How to reach

Nearest Airport is Imphal. Nearest railhead to reach the place are Imphal & Dimapur.