There are three altars inside the temple which is dedicated to Sri SriPraphupada who is the the founder of ISKCON movement, Sri Radha Krishna and Lord Ram and Sita, Hanuman and Laxman. There is also a small shrine which is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, Baladeva, Subhadra and Sudarshana. The idol of Radha Krishna in one of the altar of the temple is the most mesmerising of idols I have ever seen at any Hindu temple.
There is also a souvenir shop inside the temple which sells very interesting artefacts like necklace made from tulsi beads which is worn by all ISKCON devotees. Similarly many good T shirts and handbags with prints of Krishna are there. The Hare Krishna beads and wristbands are also there. I purchased a lot of these items for myself as a memory of this temple. The famous Khichdi and Rassgullas as prasadam inside the temple is also a famous thing.
The visit to the temple was very devotional and spiritual and every minute spent inside the temple complex was worth it. After this I headed for another city of Gujarat which was Junagad. The first place which I visited in Junagad was its famous beach known as Sivrajpur.