The New Dwaraka Hare Krishna community and temple is located in the heart of Culver City. Within the community, there's a temple, apartment buildings, a vegetarian restaurant, and a delightfully awesome museum.
The Bhagavad-Gita Museum was opened to the public in 1977 as part of the larger Hare Krishna community/facility in Culver City. The museum is meant to educate, inspire, and give visitors a better understanding of the Bhagavad-Gita, the Indian literary classic that remains sacred to over six million people.
Eleven amazing dioramas and numerous animatronic gods lead visitors through the story. In each diorama, talking clay robots give their unique perspective on the Bhagavad-Gita. The story concludes in the final diorama, which is filled with dancing, pipe playing, and beautiful chanting. All in all, the entire guided tour takes about 45 minutes to walk through.
Join Obscura Society LA as we are given an exclusive tour of the museum, facility, and temple. Afterwards, everyone is invited to a giant vegetarian feast and a chance to participate in a Hare Krishna temple service. Let's all become a Hare Krishna for the day!
- Sunday, Feb 10, 3:30 pm- 6:45pm
- Address: 3764 Watseka Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
- Kid and family friendly. Ticket price includes the museum, a tour, and a vegetarian feast.
- Please meet in the front of the main building when you arrive and look for the Obscura Society sign.