General Information

Welcome to Krishna Temple Moscow!

The temple is open for visitors every day. All programs including holidays, festivals, educational courses are free of charge.

The daily program schedule as well as Krishna Temple visitor's rules can be found below.

If you wish to become a part of the big temple team, you can find the information on possible ways of participation in «Donate» and «Volunteer» sections of the website.

Information on how to find us can be found in “Directions”, and you can get in touch with us via “Contact Us” and “Feedback”.


4:30 - 5:15

1st morning service: Deity Darshan, Mangala-arati, Sri Narasimha-pranama, Srimati Tulasi-devi service

5:15 – 7:30

Hari Nama Japa / Mantra Meditation

7:30 – 8:15

2nd morning service: Darshana Aratika / Greeting Worship, Guru-pooja

8:15 - 9:30

Srimad Bhagavatam Class (Saturdays – Chaitanya-caritamrita)

9:30 – 10:00

Breakfast (for free!)


Deity Darshan

13:30 - 13:50

Deity Darshan, midday service, kirtan


Aratika / Evening Worship, Kirtan

17:00 – 18:25

Deity Darshan

18:00 - 19:00

Bhagavad-Gita Class

19:00 - 20:00

Deity Darshan, Gaura-arati, Sri Narasimha-pranama


If you wish to see the updated schedule of the morning and evening lectures on Srimad Bhagavatam, Sri Caitanya-caritamrita and Bhagavad-Gita, go to “Program schedule”. Schedule of programs.


1. These Rules were drawn up under the Charter of the Local Religious Organization called “Society for Krishna Consciousness of Moscow” and “Regulation on “Indian Culture Centre” Charitable Cultural Project”, ratified as per the Council Resolution of the “Society for Krishna Consciousness of Moscow” Local Religious Organization of 14.04.2014 in accordance with the current legislation to ensure safe conditions for the activities of the Indian Culture Centre (further – Centre).

2. The following definitions are used for the purposes of the current Rules: «Temple Room» - a special room for religious ceremonies, worship activities and other events situated in the basement part of the Centre. «Vaishnava Etiquette» - Code of Canonical Conduct of behaviour for the followers of the Vaishnava religious denomination.

3. Satisfying the requirements defined by the Current Rules is obligatory for the visitors and the staff of the Centre.

4. While in the premises of the Centre visitors must:

- abide by the established order and the Code of Conduct in public places,

- refrain from disrespectful attitude towards other temple visitors,

- fulfil the requirements and order of the Centre Administration,

- commit to nuisance, silence and order in the rooms of the Centre.

5. It is prohibited to:

- visit the Centre being intoxicated by alcohol, narcotics or other substances, which insults human dignity and public morals,

- enter with animals,

- enter in dirty or foul smelling clothes,

- bring items prohibited for circulation as well as meat products and alcoholic drinks of any strength,

- smoke and consume alcoholic drinks of any strength,

- enter staff area of the Centre without permission of the Centre’s Administration,

- obstruct or interrupt worship activities and other temple events,

- enter the Temple Room in outerwear and shoes,

- use cellular phone and other mobile connection devices in the Temple Room during worship activities, ceremonies, lectures and other temple events,

- leave children unattended,

- distribute any informational material or conduct video recording without permission of the Centre’s Administration,

- move furniture, equipment, switch on/off electric appliances and lights without permission,

- move oil lamps out of the Temple Room,

- light incense.

6. Children under 14 years of age are permitted to visit the religious services either accompanied by their parents (or other officials) or with the written permission of their parents.

7. While visiting the Temple Room and in the course of mutual communication the visitors are advised to follow the vaishnava etiquette.

8. In case of violation of the Rules by the visitors the Centre's staff has the right to express remarks and demand to abide by the Rules.

9. According to the Pronouncement of the Chair of the Centre those violating the established order may be restricted or prohibited to access the Centre premises.

10. The Administration requests not to leave your belongings unattended. The Administration is not responsible for the safe keeping of the unattended valuables.

11. While visiting the Centre it is prohibited to enter those rooms that are not attributed to the Centre.

Thank you for abidance by the Rules of Conduct in Sri Sri Dayal-Nitay Sacisuta Temple!

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