About the Temple

This temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Radha Krishna, to meet the spiritual needs of the Hindu community in Utah County.

Brief History

The temple is deeply rooted in devoted members of The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKON).

The temple came into existence through the movement of innumerable devotees of Lord Krishna and additionally modern-day advocacy for the Krishna Consciousness of Swami Prabhupada.

This temple came into existence mainly due to the efforts of Charu Das and his activities within ISKON.

Charu Das is an American-born, living in Europe, India, and Singapore. While in Singapore he met his future wife, and both became lifetime devotees of Lord Krishna.

Charu Das first visited Utah in 1975 when he traveled to Brigham Young University (BYU) to preach and spread the news of Krishna Consciousness

Years later, on November 10, 1996, ground-breaking ceremonies were held at the temple, located in the south of Spanish Fork, and on February 16, 1998, the construction of the temple began.


Lord Krishna and Radha are the main temple deities.

About Lord Krishna; Bhagavad Gita declares whenever there is a decline in Dharma( religious practices) and a rise in Adharma( irreligious) Krishna descends to protect the pious and obliterate the miscreants.

Lord Krishna appears millennium after the millennium to reestablish the principle of religion.

Mandir Timings

Monday to Sunday 10 am to 8 pm


Festivals celebrated

The temple houses a natural amphitheater with the capacity to accommodate thousands of devotees.

Special events and occasions are adored with great religious penance:

  • From March to October the temple usually holds entertainments such as:
  1. Art and Photography displays
  2. Tour Guides
  3. Cuisine tasting


  1. Cultural exhibition
  2. A gala pageant of the epic Ramayana (the burning of a 

-a foot-high effigy of the demon Ravana)

  1. Weddings and Receptions
  2. Llama Trips and Fireworks
  • The temple has a gift shop as well, with many visitors for scout troops, schools, Summer, or senior organizations, and for family reunions.
  • Holi (festival of colours) is held here as an annual and biggest celebration.
  • Krishna Janmashtami, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Vaikunta Ekadashi, and Rama Navami are some of the famous festivals celebrated every year. 

Amenities inside the temple

  • Govinda Buffet 
  • Animal Farm

Daily pooja services and schedule in the temple


Mangala Aarti

7.30 am

Tulasi Aarti

7.45 am
Srimad Bhagavatam Class

8 am

Mantra Meditation

8.30 am

10 am

Buffet starts

11 am
Rajbhog Offerings

11.30 am

Noon Aarti

12 pm
Evening Bhog Offerings

5.30 pm

Buffet Closes

6 pm
Gita Classes

6.15 pm

Yoga Class

Mon to Thu at 7 pm

Do you know Additional Information?

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Please let us know through the mail to sakalamblog@gmail.com, We will change it so other devotees will know the correct information.

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