“Eka” means one and “Chakra” means wheel; this place is named “Ekachakra” because this is the place where the chariot-wheel fell, which Lord Krishna took to kill Bhismadeva on the Battle of Kurukshetra.
Ekachakra is the birthplace of Lord Nityananda (Nitai). This beautiful place is located 165km north-west of Mayapur and is easily assessable by car or bus.
Grand opening of ISKCON's new temple inauguration on the 14th of February, 2016
This Temple & the Deities are absolutely Impeccable. The love and care and attention to detail is amazing.
Ten wonderful facts about Ekachakra