Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is a complete transcendental personality. In our present imperfect state of material existence, we cannot see the form of the Supreme Lord because our vision is imperfect. But to devotees who desire to see the Lord with material eyes, He bestows that grace by appearing in the so-called material form to accept the service of His sincere devotee. 

At the beginning of the year 2013, a namahat center was opened in the village of Pajieslys, in the community of New Govardhan, where the Panca-tattva Deities were worshiped. Soon the center became a temple, where devotees gathered daily to worship the Deities, chant the holy names and read the Srimad Bhagavatam. Before long, the larger Gaura-Nitai Deities of amazingly beautiful white marble also arrived. Tulasi devi settled down.

In December 21, 2013, Giriraj Maharaj, the shila of Govardhan, came to the community with the blessings and invitation of Bhakti Caitanya Swami and Bhakti Sharan Shanta Goswami from India from the holy Govardhana mountain.

Since then, the standard morning Deity worship in ISKCON temples - Mangala Arati, Tulasi arati, Giriraj puja (bathing), Salutation to the Deities, Srila Prabhupada Guru Puja, reading of Srimad Bhagavatam - has been performed every day. The temple has become not only a gathering place where the devotees can praise the Lord together, but also a stimulus for the spiritual growth of the entire community, uniting and uniting the members for a common purpose of serving Lord Krishna.    

Currently, the temple with its three Deity altars is temporarily moved to the former hut of Bhakti Sharan Shanta Goswami, where his personal Doyal Nitai Saci Suta Deities are also worshipped. 

The temple has a Tulasi hut where several Tulasi trees live and are looked after.

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