This magnificent temple is the serene abode of Shree Radha Krishna where you imbibe the nectar of love for God, celebrate festivals with the community, practice meditation and yoga, enrich your children’s lives with Vedic culture, or simply relax and enjoy the spiritual environment with your family.

You will find a wealth of information below to make your visit an enjoyable and comfortable one!

The parking lot has handicap parking spaces located on the north and west side of the building. The north side spaces include van spaces. The north side handicap spaces are located closest to the entrance of the building. The building has wheelchair accessible ramps from the parking lot and visitors in wheelchair can take the elevator to the 2nd floor prayer hall.  The restrooms also are also handicap accessible. 

If you need assistance to get in and out of the building, please do not hesitate to contact the reception desk by calling the temple main number or stop by the reception desk on the 2nd floor for help.

If you or your group are interested in a tour of the temple please contact us.  Tours are currently available upon request. An appointment must be made in advance.

Artisans have been laboring for several years to make the exquisitely beautiful ornamentation that adorns the temple building.  The ornamentation has been installed according to the shilpi shastras which are scriptures that dictate guidelines for hindu temple architecture. All the ornamentation is symbolic and installed in different areas purposefully and carries deep meaning. The design and fabrication of all the ornamentation for the temple was done by hand and remains unique to this temple. The hand cast and sculpted stonework takes years to complete. Sculpted carvings and relief work are located all around the temple building, both inside and outside.

The Yugal Kunj Canteen at the Radha Krishna Temple offers you home style cooked healthy meals after a long day at work! Every meal is sattvik, delicious, and freshly prepared! Offerings include: 

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Dosa party at the temple
  • Buffet and a La Carte
  • Ice cream
  • Freshly prepared sweets, snacks & prasad

See the temple canteen page for more information!


Lord Shiv and Ganesh ji are located on the 2nd floor balcony just outside the 2nd floor main entrance. Walk up the grand marble stair case for darshan before entering the building, or take the elevator from 1st to 2nd floor and take a right outside the main front doors on the 2nd floor for darshan.

Shri Radha Krishna, the main temple deities, are located in the main altar that is directly ahead of you as you enter the 2nd floor prayer hall doors. The altar of Sita, Ram, and Hanumanji is also located inside the prayer hall. 

Priest services for poojas both at your home and at the temple are available. Please contact the reception desk or call the temple main line to make arrangements. We will take the preferred date and time of your event and will let you know within 24 hours if the date is available. Once payment is made your appointment is firm. Payments can be made in person in cash or by credit card or over the phone by card. Priest will coordinate and temple volunteers will coordinate with you to help you with samagri or finding the auspicious date for your pooja.

The Lord is very present in the prayer hall and practicing God’s presence in His various forms is vital to maintain the sacredness of the space and to make everyone’s visit most enjoyable, allowing everyone to feel the Lord’s energy, vibrations, and have meaningful worship experience.

Children must remain supervised by their parents at all times in the prayer hall and throughout the temple property. Phones must be placed on silence.  Use of electronic devices in prayer hall is prohibited. Children’s toys are not allowed in the prayer hall.

The temple operation depends  on your  generous donations. If you find your visit enjoyable, please do consider making a donation to the temple. 

  • Hundi boxes are located at the altars.
  • General donations are also accepted at the reception, gift shop, or in the canteen.
  • Online donations can also be made.

Donations can also be made in the form of sponsorship of various temple activities. Sponsorships can be for one single program or can run over a period of time for many repetitive events. Sponsorships can be for programs for auspicious hindu holidays such as Diwali, Janmashtami, Navaratri, or they can be for weekly Mahaprasad, Phal Phool for the prayer hall, or for any of the temple programs.

Beautiful meditation gardens are located outside of the temple building.  Enjoy the peaceful sounds of water falling at the outdoor fountain areas.

The Radha Krishna Temple of Allen TX draws devotees from all over the country to it's serene, attractive ,and devotional ambiance. Though there is no overnight accommodation available on-premises of the temple, homes of devotees who are very close to the temple are available for overnight stay with a Bed & Breakfast concept.

Please fill out the form with the details about your visit. We will be happy to get in touch with you.


Phone: 469 795-9130

The temple is a beautiful place and makes beautiful memories.  Photography is allowed on the temple grounds but not inside the temple prayer hall.  Also no photography of the temple art work inside the other areas of the temple is allowed.

If you have a special occasion and would like to have photos taken at the temple, please contact the temple reception desk to ask for permission.

The main parking lot entrance is located on North Watters Rd, just north of Bossy Boots Drive intersection. Generous parking facilities are located around the perimeter of the temple building, which is located on 3-1/4 acres of land.  Overflow parking is located at the Watters Montessori next door to the temple along Bossy Boots Dr. Please be sure to park only in designated parking spaces or your vehicle may be subject to towing. No overnight parking is permitted on temple grounds.  The main gates to the parking and temple grounds close at 9:30pm each evening.

  • Mahaprasad – every Sunday at 12:30 pm after the aarti, the temple welcomes the community to join for Mahaprasad which is served downstairs in Seva Kunj or in the portico area.
  • Weekly Satsang – Sundays at 10:30 am, nourish your heart and soul with divine satsang – inspirational video lecture, live kirtan, and aarti as a community.
  • Satsang at the temple comes in many forms – it could be volunteering with like-minded souls to help with programs, events, and temple operations.

The entire temple building is a shoe-free zone.  Upon arrival please place your shoes on the shoe racks in the shoe room located off the portico across from the first floor entrance of the building.

Worship - The temple priest is available to perform poojas at the temple or at your home.  At the temple, you can participate in aarti twice a day, or ask the priest to perform archana or other pujas marking special occasions.

Lord Shiv Abhishek takes place every Monday, and once a month for Sita Ram Hanuman and Shri Radha Krishna. Attend bhog rituals and prayers – during the evening at about 6:45pm

Additionally, chanting of Vishnu Sahasranama, Hanuman Chalisa, Lalita Sahasranama, and Ram Katha take place regularly at the temple.

Devotional - Melodious kirtan with live musicians and singers stirs the heart and soul – kindling devotion within us.


The temple building faces east. The main entrance is located on the east side opposite of the roadside. The first floor main entrance is located in the portico (breezeway). The 2nd floor main entrance can be accessed by the grand marble stairs.

Currently, public wi-fi is not available at the temple.