The Indiranagar centre is the hub of all the
Mission activities in Karnataka. It has the Deenabandhu Kaliamardhana Krishna temple,Dhyana Mandir (meditation hall), an auditorium for conducting yajnas and satsangs, K.C.S.T
main office, mission office, a well stocked library, anna kshetra (dining hall), accommodation facilities and a well-maintained garden. The temple is open to all, irrespective of caste, creed
and race. Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman are enshrined on either side of Krishna.The captivating form of the Lord, dancing victoriously on the raised hood of the serpent -
Kaliya, attracts many devotees who seek His blessings. Lord Deenabandhu showers Hisblessings on all those who surrender their ego (symbolised by the serpent) and allow the Lord
to dance in their hearts.
The Lord is indeed true to His name - Deenabandhu taking care of all the physical, mental and spiritual seekings of all ardent devotees.
Regular pujas such as Ganapati Puja, Satyanarayana Puja and Hanuman Puja are performed every month. All major Hindu festivals are celebrated. The week long Krishna Janmashtami
celebrations draw a huge crowd from every nook and corner of the city. Regular Jnana Yajnas, satsangs, study and devi group classes besides the weekly balavihar and yuva kendra classes
keep the centre buzzing with continuous activity all round the year. Vedic chanting and daily pujas, attract a large number of devotees.
Besides the temple, the Indiranagar mission centre houses a beautiful Dhyana Mandir for devotees to experience the bliss of peaceful meditation.
Pujya Swami Brahmananda, Regional Head of Karnataka guides and co-ordinates all the
activities of the mission from Indiranagar. Besides him,Swami Ramatmananda, CEO of Karnataka Chinmaya Seva Trust also operates from Indiranagar centre.
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