Located on the outskirts of Vrindavan and spread in a vast area near to the ISKCON temple, the Radha Vrindavan Chandra Mandir is dedicated to Lord Radha Krishna. The temple is also called by the name Akshaya Patra temple, due to the fact that here is established a huge kitchen with large machines and huge containers for preparing food for thousands of school children. The kitchen has been set up with an objective to provide the mid day meals to the poor children who are studying in the schools in nearby villages and districts of Vrindavan. ‘Akshaya’ actually means ‘never ending’ and Patra means ‘A container’ thus Akshaya Patra is defined as the container that is never empty. The temple is built by the ISKCON Bangalore and the scheme to feed the poor children has also been started here after its huge success in Bangalore. The temple is built in the form of a blooming lotus reminding of the lotus feet of Lord Krishna. The altar for the deities is located inside the temple on the first floor. On the altar are standing the beautiful deities of Radha and Krishna carved out of white marble. On the right side of the temple is an amphitheatre.