• Birla Mandir - Radha Krishna Mandir

    Place To Visit Kolkata

    Birla Mandir - Radha Krishna Mandir

    Place To Visit


    Birla Mandir - Radha Krishna Mandir

    A beautiful structure honouring Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha can be found decorating the streets of Ballygunge that combines elements of traditional and contemporary design

    Why to visit this place

    The majestic Birla Temple in Kolkata was constructed in the 20th century in the style of Rajasthani architecture and is made of white marble and cream-colored sandstone. The Hindu deity Lord Krishna and his spouse Radha are worshipped in the temple.
    The temple's design blends modern and contemporary elements and is reminiscent of the Lingaraj Temple at Bhubhaneshwar. The temple also has shrines to Shiva, Durga, and Shakti, among other deities. Godesses Durga and Shakti are housed in the left side dome of the temple, while Lord Shiva is meditating in the right side dome.
    The Birla Temple in Kolkata took 26 long years to complete after construction started in 1970. The prestigious and well-known Indian business family known as the "Birla Family" constructed the temple.
    The GD Birla Sabaghar, a state-of-the-art auditorium next to the temple complex, regularly holds musical events and other acts.

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    What hotels are near Birla Temple?

    Hotels near Birla Temple: (0.12 km) Hotel Nest International (0.23 km) Collection O 207 Beck Bagan Ballygunge

    What restaurants are near Birla Temple?

    Restaurants near Birla Temple: (0.00 km) Juices & More (0.04 km) Eat Good Food (0.14 km) Yauatcha

    What attractions are near Birla Temple?

    Attractions near Birla Temple: (0.15 km) Quest Mall (0.06 km) CIMA Gallery (0.16 km) RANGE contemporary art gallery

    How to reach Birla Mandir Kolkata?

    You can take a local bus, a metered taxi, or a minibus to go to the Birla Madir from any location in the city. Rabindra Sadan, Maidan Metro Station, and Kalighat are the three closest metro stations to the Birla Temple, and from there you can grab a taxi or rickshaw to the temple's grounds.

    Special Tip:

    Inside the temple complex, cameras and phones are not permitted. It is strictly against the law to take images or videos. It's not permitted to wander around the verandah too. It is advised for first-time tourists to visit the temple in the evening because of the stunning scenery it offers. Plan your visit to the temple around the beautiful evening aarti.


    Open Time : 5:30 am –11:00 am & 4:30 pm –9:00 pm

    Entry : free

    Address : 29, Ashutosh Chowdary Ave, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019, India

    Phone : 03324615717

    By Rebecca Lal

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