The ISKCON Temple of Ghaziabad is situated in Raj Nagar of Ghaziabad in the state Uttar Pradesh. This Hindu temple is situated at a distance of approximately 2. 2 kms from the main Ghaziabad city.

ISKCON Ghaziabad is a Hindu temple and is dedicated to the Hindu God Shri Mohan and Goddess Radha. The temple is also known for the home of Lord Jagannath - god of the universe and is believed to be blessed by him. ISKCON Ghaziabad is situated in a residential area of Ghaziabad city and is maintained by The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). ISKCON Ghaziabad's architecture does not resembles the traditional Hindu temples, yet it looks very beautiful. The four-story building of the temple is completely built with pink Jaipur stone with beautiful cravings of wood. The temple is a cylindrical architecture in the centre with expansions on the both side and a small dome at the top, with a flag, just like traditional Hindu temples. Each floor's varandhas has an idol which is carved beautifully on the wall and is loved by every eye. The temple has only one main entrance, and from which a spiral staircase is visible which leads to all the floors. The temple has white marble flooring, gold-leafed ceiling and a huge Jhoomar made of numerous glass crystals which enhances the beauty of the prayer hall. In the prayer hall, idols of Lord Shri Jagannath, God Shri Mohan and Goddess Radha is situated. All the idols are decorated with beautiful cloths and rosary which looks very beautiful. The court where the idols are placed, are too decorated beautifully with the glass carvings. Along with this, statues of Swami Prabhupada, Shri Garun Dev and Lord Shri Vishnu is also placed. Each corner of the temple remains decorated with fresh flowers and their fragrance makes the environment of the temple very relaxing and peaceful as well. Hymns of Shri Krishna, Goddess Radha dissolves the taste of devotion to it and makes the temple a must visit for the devotees.

All the Hindu temples are celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm in ISKCON Ghaziabad. Meanwhile at Janamashtami, Ram Navami, Diwali, Jagannath Rathyatra, Govardhan Puja, the crowd and their enthusiasm reaches at a different level. ISKCON Ghaziabad organises daily Aarti in Morning and Evening which makes it the best time to visit. A fountain show which is organised daily in the evening in the temple premises. The devotees could visit the temple during the timings: 4:30 AM - 9:00 PM. There is no entry fee.