Radha Krishna Mandir’s COVID-19 Coronavirus Announcement
Namaskar: With prayers and the measures recommended by all levels of Government and their agencies, we can help keep our community safe and do our part to try and stop the spread of COVID-19. The following are measures currently in effect:
Radha Krishna Mandir is now CLOSED until further notice.
While the Mandir is closed, Panditji will broadcast Sunday Morning Services 10:00a.m and daily poojas at 7:00 p.m (Monday - Shiva Pooja, Tuesday - Hanuman Ji; Wednesday - Krishna; Friday - Durga; Saturday - Ramayan) live on Facebook.
All online broadcasts will be done via our Facebook page at
Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time.
Jai Sri Krishna
Radha Krishna Mandir (New Mandir)
Be part of making this new mandir a reality. All donations are eligible for a CRA Tax receipt. The New Radha Krishna Mandir will begin construction soon.
Acharya Pandit Rudra Prashad
Welcome our New fulltime Priest, Acharya Pandit Rudra Prashad Dhungana. Pandit ji has a Masters Degree from Sampooranada University in Varanasi and years of Karamkand experience. For the last few years he was a Sanskrit teacher in India.
Pt Rudra Prashad brings a new dimension to our Mandir with his skills set, knowledge of scriptures and affectionate personality.
Nav Ratri Book
Divine Service Every Sunday 10:00 am
Pooja, Abishekham, Havan, Pravachan, Aarti
Some Popular Bhajans Playlist - Enjoy
Ganesh Ji Bhajans
Sri Krishna Bhajans
Shiva Ji Bhajans
Hanuman ji Bhajans
Sri Ram Bhajans
A Special Booklet Compiled by Acharya Ghanashyam Sharma is now availabe with comple Mantras, Sooktam, Stotram, Bhog, Chalisa, Aarti.
Retro Look Back
Our Bal Vihar Class had their 2015 Graduation on June 20th 2015. The entire program was done by Students who presented material they learnt over the last school year along with music and dance items. They were well supported by devotees fo RKM and their respective families in attendance. It was indeed a fun filled evening.
Click below to view highlights.
RKMYG Mural Project
The Radha Krishna Youth Group took on the team building exercise that tested their patience and showed off their creativity.
The drawing depict three elephants in a line, this signifies the strength, steadfastness and wisdom that lies in togetherness.