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Hindu Temples in USA
A comprehensive list of Hindu Temples (or Hindu Mandirs) in USA, sorted by State. This list is updated regularly. Please feel free to email us, if you see any errors or would like to add more temples.

The first Traditional Hindu Temple in USA was incorporated in 1970 and completed in 1977 - Sri Maha Vallabha Ganapati Devasthanam in Flushing, NY. However, Vedanta Society has been active in the US since 1906. Today, we have more than 200 (functional) Hindu Temples in the United States. Many Temples run Youth Programs, Bal Vihar or Bala Vihar Programs for Children, Kindergarten through High School. Temples are open to (all) public. All major Hindu festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm - Indian Classical Dance Shows, Free Food/Feast, Award Ceremonies, Announcements, Charity Work/Donations and more.

Most Temples serve multiple Deities, Gods and Goddesses: (in no particular order are) - Lord Rama and Goddess Sita, Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha, Lord Shiva (or Siva) and Goddess Parvati, Lord Venkateswara (or Venkateshwara), Lord Ganesha (or Ganapati), Goddess Maha Lakshmi, Goddess Durga (or Kali or Shakti), Goddess Saraswati, Lord Hanuman, Goddess Gayatri, Lord Murugan, Lord Ayyappan, to name a few.

Typical services available are: Abhishekam, Annaprasanam, Apara Kriya, Ashtottara Archana, Birthday Celebrations, Ekadasavara Rudrabhishekam, Griha Pravesam, Guru Paduka Pooja, Hair Offering, Mundan, Harati, Homam, Kalyana Utsavam, Kanaka Abhishekam, Last Rites, Namakaranam, Navavarana Pooja, Sarva Devata Abhishekam, Sarva Devata Archanas, Yajnas, Punyahavachanam, Sahasranama Archana, Sankha Abhishekam with Homam, Sarva Devata Homam, Artis, Satyanarayana Pooja, Seemantam, Sraddham, Tarpanam, Trisatinama Archana, Upanayanam, Vada Mala, Vahana Pooja, Veda Parayanam, Vidya-Arambham, Wedding and other Vedic Rituals. Here is our list of Hindu Priests. Temples typically have more than one Priest. Collectively, the Priests can speak multiple Indian languages: English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and others.

Hindu Temples in United States, have been inspired by a variety of Architectures: Nagara, Dravidian, Badami Chalukya, Gadag, Kalinga, Maru-Gurjara and Contemporary. Most Temples will have a Dome and Steeple, an Inner Chamber, the Temple Hall, a Front Porch, a Reservoir and The Walkway.

Swaminarayan Akshardham Hindu Temple in New Delhi, India
Swaminarayan Akshardham Hindu Temple in New Delhi, India
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Hindu Temples in Alabama
Alabama (2)
  • Hindu Cultural Center of North Alabama
    Temple was consecrated in 2005 - the Vedic ceremony was presided over and blessed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Swami Viditatmananda and other religious and community leaders. The deities served are: Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra, Lord Ganesha, Lord Venkateswara, Sri Mahalakshmi, Radha Krishna, Ram Parivar, Navagrahas, Shiva Parvati (Lingaraj), Kali, Hanuman and Durga, Lord Mahavir and Parshwanath, Lord Buddha and Sri Saraswati.

Alabama > Pelham (1)
  • The Hindu Temple & Cultural Center of Birmingham
    Indian community of Birmingham (in Alabama) is planning on opening a new temple very soon. It will be on a 3,600 square feet square structure. The deities will be arranged in a U Shape with the principle ones in north-south axis.

Hindu Temples in Arizona
Arizona (3)
  • Hindu Temple of Arizona - Scottsdale
    Hindu Temple of Arizona provides a number of services to its devotees valley-wide: Engagement, Wedding, Wedding Mandap Rental, New Born Child Blessings, Namkaran Sanskar, Mundan Puja, Vidya Arambh, Kaan Chhedan Puja, Graduation, Birthday Puja, Bhoomi Puja, Graha Pravesh, Car Puja, Ganesh Puja, Graha (Planetary) Shaanti, Abhishekam, Satyanarayan Katha, Havan, Antim Sanskar, Shradh, Puja Samagri and Upayanam.

Arizona > Phoenix (2)
  • Bharatiya Ekta Mandir of Arizona
    Temple is run by Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona on a 7 acre campus. Conducts events throughout the year. Also, has Bala Bharati Classes for Children. Main deities include: Lord Shiva, Parvati and Ganesh; Lord Krishna and Radha; Lord Rama, Sita and Hanuman; Lord Venkateshvara (Balaji).

  • Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona
    Temples priests perform various religious and ancillary services including: Ganapati Homam, Navagraha Homam, Ayushya Homam, Abhishekam, Griha Pravesham, Seemantham, Sathyanarayana Puja, Punyahavachanam, Namakaranam, Vahana Puja, Annaprasanam, Akshara Abhyasam, Upanayanam, Shashtiabthapoorthi, Wedding, Engagement, Bhoomi Puja, Hair Offering, Hiranya Shraadham and Apara Services (last rites).

Hindu Temples in Arkansas
Arkansas (1)
Hindu Temples in California
California (27)
  • Sri Narayan Hindu Temple
    Located in Yuba City. The temple was founded on March 1, 1996 by Hardial Singh Hunji in honor of his late wife, Kushlia Devi Hunji.
    Sri Narayan Hindu Temple
    Sri Narayan Hindu Temple
California > Bakersfield (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Kern County
    Temple offers various Hindu Religious Services including Archana, Sahasranama Archana, Abhishekam, Satyanarayana Puja, Havan, Dolotsavam, Chaulam, Vehicle Puja, Upanayanam and Kalayana Utsavam.

California > Calabasas (1)
  • Hindu Temple Society of Southern California - Malibu Hindu Temple
    Located near Malibu in California. Was built in 1981, in traditional South Indian style. Lord Venkateswara is the main deity. Conducts many events throughout the year. Offers a variety of Puja / Pooja services: Aarathi, Archana, Sahasra Nama Archana, Abhishekam, Homam / Havan / Yajna / Agnihotra: Ganapathi, Rudra, Chandi, Navagraha, Subramanya, Sarpa Shanthi, Mrithyunjaya, Sudarshana, Mahalakshmi, Dhanvanthari, Saraswathi, Lakshmi Narasimha, Nakshatra Shanthi, Ayushya, Samskaras: Namakaranam, Punyahavachanam, Annaprasanam, Mundan / Chaulam, Aksharabhyasam / Vidyarambham, Upanayanam, Vivaham, Gruha Pravesham, Seemantham, Shasti Abdhi Poorthi, Sathabhishekam, Apara Kriya, Hiranya Sradham, Tarpanam, First Year Sradham and other Vedic Rituals.
    Hindu Temple Society of Southern California - Malibu Hindu Temple
    Hindu Temple Society of Southern California - Malibu Hindu Temple
California > Chino Hills (1)
  • Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
    The Largest Hindu Temple in USA - built on a 20 acre site. Construction was completed in December, 2012. It is the first earthquake-proof Mandir in the world. The main deities are: Lord Swaminarayan, Sri Radha Krishna, Shri Shiva Parvati & Ganesh and Shri Sita Ram & Hanuman.
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
California > Concord (1)
  • Siva Murugan Temple
    Located in Concord, California the temple offers many services including Archana for each deity, Abhisheka for each deity, Car Pooja, Ganapathi Homa, Murugan Wedding (Tirukklyanam), Navagraha Homa, Satyanarayana Pooja, Gruhapravesha, Anna Prashana, Akshara Abhyasa (Start of education), Seemantham, Nama Karan, Chowla (Mundan), Punyaha Vaachana, Wedding, Upanayana (Thread Ceremony), Bhoomi Puja (Ground Breaking Ceremony), Naga Dosha Parihara (Sarpa Santhi Homa), Ayush Homam and Hiranya Sraardam.

California > Diamond Bar (1)
California > Fremont (2)
  • Fremont Hindu Temple & Cultural Center
    Consecrated in 1985 in Fremont, Bay Area, California. Also known as Vedic Dharma Samaj. Offers a variety of services including: Puja, Havan, wedding rituals, meditation classes, youth programs, religious events, Vedic literature classes, Yoga and Classical Dance training and Preeti Bhoj (Free Prasad/Food).
    Fremont Hindu Temple & Cultural Center
    Fremont Hindu Temple & Cultural Center
  • Sri Ashtalakshmi Devasthanam (Sri Lakshmi Temple)
    A temple devoted to the attainment of salvation through absolute surrender to Sri Maha Lakshmi Sametha Sriman Narayana.

California > Laguna Beach (1)
  • Kali Mandir
    Elizabeth Usha Harding founded the Kali Mandir in 1993 in Laguna Beach, California. It is an American Hindu Temple. The main deity is Goddess Kali (Durga, Shakti). The Mandir (Temple) follows the spiritual traditions of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda.
    Kali Mandir
    Kali Mandir
California > Livermore (1)
  • Shiva Vishnu Temple - Hindu Community and Cultural Center (HCCC)
    Established in 1977. Offers religious and spiritual services, organizes cultural events, conducts regular classes for youth. Some facilities can be rented for pooja activities. Has around 12 priests, who can speak multiple languages and are well versed with Hindu Traditions and Sampradayas.
    Shiva Vishnu Temple in Livermore, CA
    Shiva Vishnu Temple in Livermore, CA
California > Los Angeles (3)
  • Gayatri Chetna Center
    Located in Anaheim, California, is part of All World Gayatri Pariwar, Haridwar, India. Offers Youth Classes, Meditation & Yoga Sessions and performs regular Yagnas (Havans).

  • Shri Lakshmi Narayan Mandir
    Located in Riverside, CA. Services include Durga Puja, Lalita Sahasranaam and SatyaNarayana Puja.

  • Vedic Temple - Paramahamsa Nithyananda
    The Nithyananda Vedic Temple of Los Angeles (Montclair) is not only a center of worship and meditation, but also educates and inspires millions of people worldwide, under the spiritual guidance and inspiration of Living Enlightened Master Paramahamsa Nithyananda.Installed by Enlightened Master Paramahamsa Nithyananda, the Vedic Temple at Montclair holds the largest number of tallest deities in North America. With close to 50 deities of Enlightened Masters from the Vedic tradition, the Nithyananda Vedic Temple serves as a place of worship, meditation and celebration.The deities are cared for in traditional Vedic fashion, with rituals performed in an authentic Vedic ambiance. Deities including Lord Venkateswara, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Lord Nataraja, Goddess Devi, Navagrahas, Buddha, Mahavir, Shirdi Sai Baba, Hanuman – radiate Divine grace, energy and compassion.

California > Montebello (2)
  • Shri Nand Shiv Durga Mandir - Hindu Temple of Montebello
    Located in Montebello, CA, offers Hindu Worship Services - Akhand Ramayan Paath, Durga Ashtami Puja, Aarti, Mata Ki Chauki.

  • Shri Shirdi Sai Baba Sansthan LA
    Consecrated in 2007 in Los Angeles, California. Services include: Abhishekam, Ashtotranama Archana, Sahasranama Archana, Paada Pooja, Satyanarayan Vrat, Shri Sai Satya Vrat, Navagraha Homam and Puja, Grihapravesh, Namakaran, Aksharabhyas, Anna Prasana, Mundan, Vahan Puja, Seemantham, Upanayanam, Wedding Ceremony and other Vedic rituals. The primary deity is Shri Shirdi Sai Baba.

California > Napa (1)
  • Devi Mandir of Napa
    Shree Maa's Ashram is as big as your heart. Together with Swami Satyananda Saraswati, Shree Maa teaches the meaning and method of worship. Through the tantric traditions of prayer and meditation, Shree Maa and Swamiji teach that every home is a temple devoted to God. Shree Maa's Ashram is home to a world of seekers devoted to the goal of self-realization.

California > Norwalk (2)
  • Radhakrishna Mandir
    Located in Norwalk, CA - offers daily Mangla Arti, Rajbogh Arti, Maha Arti, Shayan Arti and Bal-Vihar.
    Radhakrishna Mandir
    Radhakrishna Mandir
  • Sindhi Religious and Cultural Center
    A Sindhi association in Norwalk, California. Conducts events for/Celebrates all major Hindu Festivals. Has a Youth Program, called "Gurukul Classes". Website has a good collection of online Religious Songs and provides other useful resources for the Sindhi community in United States. Deities include: Sri Ram Pariwar, Sri Radha Krishna and Lord Shiva.
    Sindhu Center
    Sindhu Center
California > Sacramento (1)
California > San Bruno (1)
  • Sanatan Mandir
    A Fijian-Indian Temple. Conducts Free Health Clinic and has a Youth Program (Bal Vihar) for Kids - Language Classes, Yoga Classes. Celebrates all major Hindu Festivals including: Maha Shivratri, Navratri, Gauri Poojan and more. Facebook page is at: https://www.facebook.com/SanbrunoTempleCommunity.
    Sanatan Mandir, San Bruno, CA
    Sanatan Mandir, San Bruno, CA
California > San Diego (2)
  • Shiva Vishnu Temple
    Shiva Vishnu Temple of San Diego was established in the year 2000 to serve the devotional cultural and spiritual needs of the San Diego community in accordance with distinctly Vedic traditions. Temple holds these values as it's guiding star. Devotion to God and commitment to righteousness (Dharma), respect for the priest and fellow devotees, positive impact on the community and Society. One of the main focus of the temple is to foster Hindu values among the children and youth living in this country and create an awareness among them of India's eternal and priceless spiritual heritage and richness of our cultural traditions. To achieve this, the Temple programs are specially designed with Children Participation foremost in mind.

  • Shri Mandir
    Shri Mandir's Mission is to Provide a common place to foster the sprit of worship, dedication and meditation and to cultivate the Hindu values of life based on the old scriptures of India for all people who practice the Faith of Hinduism and shall include other traditional religion originated in the sub-continent of India. Diffuse the knowledge of the ethical, spiritual, religious, philosophical and social foundations and practice of Hindu Dharma and culture.

California > San Francisco (1)
  • San Francisco Mandir (BAPS)
    The main deities, murtis are: Shri Akshar Purushottam Maharaj, Shri Radha Krishna, Shri Sita Ram and Shri Hanuman and Shri Shiv Parvati and Shri Ganesh.
    BAPS - San Francisco Mandir
    BAPS - San Francisco Mandir
California > San Jose (2)
  • ISKCON Hare Krishna Temple

  • Vaidica Vidhya Ganapathi Center - Sri Lakshmi Ganapathi Temple
    Located in San Jose, CA - the deities of Lord Vigneswara, Valli Devasena Sametha Sri Subramanya from Chennai, Tamil Nadu and Siva Linga, Anjaneya, Ganesha, Shridi Sai Baba, from Delhi were brought and "Prathishtapana" function of the deities was performed on 9th June 2003. Deities of Lakshmi Ganapathi, Bhuvaneswari Amman, Venkateswara were installed on 26-May-2004. Facilities to conduct Bhajans, Discourses, Music and Dance performances are available at the temple premises. Sathyanarayana pooja, Lakshmi Pooja, Durga Sapthasathi Yanthra Pooja, Homams, and functions like Marriage, Seemandam, Namakarnam and Hiranya Shrardha are performed in the temple.

California > Sunnyvale (2)
  • Hindu Temple South Bay Sunnyvale

  • Sri Krishna Balaram Mandir
    India Heritage Foundation has its roots in India. We have formed this organization with the aim of serving the mission of our most beloved Spiritual Master - His Divine Grace A.C Bhakti Vedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada who is a well known vedic scholar in modern era and also to promote the sublime original Indian heritage in various parts of the world.

Hindu Temples in Colorado
Colorado (8)
  • Haidakhandi Universal Ashram
    The Haidakhandi Universal Ashram is a spiritual community inspired by Haidakhan Babaji and dedicated to the Divine Mother. The Ashram was established in 1986. It is located on 101 acres of land at the base of a beautiful 14,000 foot mountain in Southern Colorado, an area sacred to Native Americans because of its spiritual power and beauty. This area is also home to several other spiritual traditions such as the Carmelites, Tibetan Buddhists, and Zen Buddhists.
    Haidakhandi Universal Ashram
    Haidakhandi Universal Ashram
Colorado > Denver Metro Area (7)
  • Colorado Singh Sabha
    Sikh Gurdwara located near Denver International Airport. Conducts several events throughout the year. Langar is served every Saturday and Sunday. Has a youth program - Punjabi and Gurmat classes for kids.
    Colorado Singh Sabha
    Colorado Singh Sabha
  • Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Colarado
    The mission of the Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of the Rockies (HTCC) is to provide a forum for religious worship and celebrations, and for cultural, religious, and spiritual development activities based on Hindu / Vedic / Sanatana - Dharma traditions.

  • ISKCON Temple
    One of the oldest Hindu temple in Denver. Temple was established in 1972. Temple also runs a small gift shop and a vegetarian restaurant (Govinda's Garden, Cafe). Provides free Food/Feast on Sundays. Conducts/Hosts multiple events throughout the year - Cultural Dances, Dramas, Bhajans and more.
    Radha Govinda Temple in Denver
    Radha Govinda Temple in Denver
  • Sanatan Mandir
    First Nepali Hindu Temple in Colorado. The main deities are: Lord Pashupatinath (Shiva), Sri Radha Krishna and Goddess Shakti (Durga, Kali, Jagdamba). Temple was inaugurated in 2006.

  • Shiva Sai Mandir
    An American Hindu Temple. Offers classes on Vedas, Yoga, Sufism and Meditation. Celebrates many Hindu festivals throughout the year.

  • Shri Shirdi Saibaba Temple of Rockies
    A place of worship for Sri Sai Baba devotees. Worship is performed per Shirdi Sansthan.

  • Sri Venkateswara Temple
    Located in Castle Rock, Colorado. Lord Venkateswara (Balaji) is the main deity. The temple is built on 8 acres of land. Runs Youth Program for Kids - Dance, Music and Yoga classes. Services include: Abishekam, Archana, Kalyanotsavam, Samuhika Satyanarayana Vratham, Punyahavachanam, Namakaranam, Anna Prasana, Akshrabyasam, Hair-Offering, Ayushya, Satyanarayana Vratham, Seemantham, Shashtipoorti, Wedding, Upanayanam, Gruhapravesam, Bhoomi Pooja, Various Homams, Car Pooja, Navagraha Pooja, Hanuman Vada Mala, Last Rite and other Vedic rituals.

Hindu Temples in Connecticut
Connecticut (3)
  • Connecticut Valley Hindu Temple Society, Sri Satyanarayana Temple
    Temple was consecrated/sanctified in 1999. All major Hindu Festivals are celebrated, including Dussehra and Diwali. The main deities are: Sri Satyanarayana, Sri Devi, Sri Bhudevi, and Sri Ganesha.
    Connecticut Valley Hindu Temple Society
    Connecticut Valley Hindu Temple Society
  • Hindu Cultural Center of Connecticut
    The Hindu Cultural Center of Connecticut was founded to serve the Hindu community of Southern CT. The HCC: Organizes social, cultural and religious events celebrating Hindu festivals and holidays. Promotes awareness of the "Hindu way of life" within ourselves and our neighbors. Develops religious and cultural education programs and discussion. Develops community service projects to promote the spirit of Giving In our neighboring communities.

  • Radha Krishna Temple
    There has been a Hare Krishna Temple located in East Hartford, Connecticut since 1978. We first rented a house on Silver Lane, and after one and a half years (February 1980), we purchased the present building, located at 1683 Main Street. For the first few years there were several temple presidents, and in 1981 Pyari Mohan Prabhu came and has served as the temple president ever since. The presiding Deities of our East Hartford Temple are Lord Jagannatha, Lord Balarama and Lady Subhadra, and also Sri Sri Gaura Nitai. Please come and have their darshan.
    Radha Krishna Temple
    Radha Krishna Temple
Hindu Temples in Delaware
Delaware (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Delaware
    The Hindu temple Association of Hockessin, is a non-profit association that caters to the religious, cultural and educational needs of a growing population of Indian families (6000+) in the tri-state area. The primary mission of the Hindu Temple is to cater to the spiritual needs of all Indian families and to celebrate all important milestones, rituals and festivals in a true traditional manner. The Hindu temple aims to teach all youngsters the basics of Hinduism through scriptures and stories that highlight the important values of the religion. It also addresses the spiritual needs of adults through spirituality seminars and classes designed especially for adults The Temple also provides the infrastructure to teach children the most popular Indian languages through various language classes. The temple promotes cultural awareness by organizing cultural programs and shows on a regular basis to give our children and adults many opportunities to have a glimpse of the great culture, and a first-hand experience of how festivals are celebrated across diverse India.
    Hindu Temple of Delaware
    Hindu Temple of Delaware
Hindu Temples in Florida
Florida (11)
  • Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida
    We are a group of people around Southwest Florida, who are interested in keeping the spirit of Hinduism alive for this generation and many more to come. Started in January 2008, the building is completed now. Maha Kumbabhishekam was performed on June 12th, 2011.
    Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida
    Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida
Florida > Casselberry (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Central Florida
    The Hindu temple of Central Florida is built as per the vedic traditions and Vastu Shastra. It's construction was completed and opened to the Hindu community in Central Florida on June 19, 2005. Today, the temple has become an integral part of the Hindu community in terms of religion, congregation, philosophies and spiritual traditions. Apart from being the principal place of worship, it has, over a period of time, become the center reflecting the diverse facets of India's vibrant pluralistic culture and art.
    Hindu Temple at Casselberry, Florida
    Hindu Temple at Casselberry, Florida
Florida > Davie (2)
  • Shiva Vishnu Temple of South Florida
    A traditional Hindu temple based on Vaasthu and Agama Shaastras. Imparts religious, educational and cultural values of Hindu Dharma to Hindu community and future generations.
    Shiva Vishnu Temple of South Florida
    Shiva Vishnu Temple of South Florida
  • South Florida Hindu Temple
    South Florida Hindu Temple is a place where hundreds of people come together for collective prayers each Sunday morning. The Temple's culture is one of inclusiveness and celebrates festivals from all corners of India. The weekly schedule includes: Rudra Abhishekam, Hanuman Chalisa, Lakshmi Ma puja, Ma Saraswati puja and monthly havan. Beyond it's overwhelming architectural beauty, it also is a place where Education is valued. Children from all corners of India come together in the most appropriate of learning environments to learn the values and principles of Sanatan Dharma. The program is in English and the focus is on Character Education straight from our scriptures. Adult group studies with various books are also offered. South Florida Hindu Temple goes beyond religious and education programs. The temple is constantly buzzing with cultural activities through out the week and not just during festivals. The temple offers, Bharatnatyam classes, Tabla lessons, Kathak classes and Yoga classes to children and adults.
    South Florida Hindu Temple
    South Florida Hindu Temple
Florida > Inverness (1)
  • Florida Shirdi Sai
    The construction of the new center started in 2004, in Inverness, Florida. On march 25, 2005, Shirdi Sai Florida Center commenced pooja in the new Temple with Murthi Prathishthapna and three days of celebrations. Over 2000 devotees from all parts of Florida and other states participated in the opening celebrations. The temple has now become a prime place of pilgrimage for Shirdi Sai Baba devotees and attracts many visitors throughout the year. Expansion plans are in place to develop facilities to provide the devotees the devotional experience similar to the one they would have during their visit to Shirdi, India.
    Florida Shirdi Sai
    Florida Shirdi Sai
Florida > Jacksonville (1)
  • Hindu Soceity of NE Florida
    Hindu Society of NE Florida's primary objective is to operate the temple as a place of worship for the Hindu families living in and around the North East Florida (Greater Jacksonville) area. In addition the society aims to serve the spiritual, cultural, religious education and social needs of the Hindu community.

Florida > Orlando (1)
  • Shri Shiv Dham Hindu Temple and Yoga Ashrama
    Shri Shivdham Hindu Temple is the spiritual center of the Orlando Hindu community. The Hindu mandir or Hindu temple is a place of worship for Hindus, followers of Hinduism. The Orlando Hindu temple is dedicated in offering a place for Hindus in Orlando to practice their faith in a peaceful, tranquil and spiritual environment. A unique feature of this Orlando Hindu mandir is its international congregation which is reflective of the Orlando Hindu Diaspora. The Shri Shivdham Hindu Temple is committed to serving the Orlando Hindus and the larger Central Florida community in their endeavor towards a spiritual path to oneness with god.
    Shri Shiv Dham Hindu Temple and Yoga Ashrama
    Shri Shiv Dham Hindu Temple and Yoga Ashrama
Florida > Pine Hills (1)
Florida > Tampa (2)
  • Hindu Temple of Florida
    The Temple demonstrates - unity in diversity – the core belief of the Hinduism through installation of various Gods and Goddesses for devotees to worship. It is written in our scriptures, "EKO DEVAHA VIPRAHA BAHUDHA VADANTI" meaning, "The God is one – wise men give different names". On the second floor of the Temple, the presiding deity Lord Satya Narayana (Lord Vishnu), in his resplendent grace is at the center of the west wall. Goddess Lakshmi with her beaming brilliance, and Ram Parivar including Shri Ram, Lakshaman, Sita Devi, and Hanuman are on His right. To His left are Lord Shiva in the form of Shiva Lingam and Shri Krishna with His consort Radha Devi. Facing Him to his left are Lord Subramanya, and Godesses Valli and Devasena. Facing Him to his right is Lord Ganesha giving blessings. Columns on the south wall exhibit figurines of five of the ten avatara (incarnations) of Lord Vishnu. Columns on the north wall exhibit figurines of five forms of Lord Shiva. The exterior walls of the temple are also well decorated with mural such as Nataraja (Shiva), Vishnu, Geetopadesh (bestowing Geeta to Arjun by Shri Krishna) and Gyanopadesh (bestowing knowledge of Vedas by the Lord to rishis). The Temple was built in the original Hindu architectural style in 1996. There is highly ornate Raja Gopuram (main entrance gate) at the second floor level - believed to be one of the tallest in the country. The grand staircase is flanked at the ground level by Shri Jay and Shri Vijay dwarpalaks (gate keepers). The community hall is on the first floor, complete with a performance stage. Since the Temple's inception the community has benefitted in retaining the culture heritage and religious way of life. Temple has three well trained priests to perform all religious services as prescribed in the Agama Shastra (original scriptures). The Temple also has Prasad Sadan to serve food. The Temple helps in educating the community religiously, culturally, socially, spiritually and academically. The community services include, free Vidyalaya (Sunday school) where students prepare for SAT English, SAT Math, public speaking, essay writing, comparative religion; Shloka (holy verses), Gita study, Yoga, and languages such as Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu. Temple also provides educational tours to schools, colleges and churches for diversity education and provides well educated experts for classroom lectures upon request. The Temple has several committees for devotees, volunteers and youth to participate in various activities and have a fulfilling spiritual and religious experience. The Temple is centrally located at 5509 Lynn Road, Tampa, FL 33624 in Carrollwood with easy access to highways.
    Hindu Temple of Florida
    Hindu Temple of Florida
  • Sanatan Mandir Tampa
    The Sanatan Mandir Project was initiated by the Hindu Samaj of Tampa in 1995 to help, promote and preserve the hindu Heritage and Culture and pass on to the next generation. Sanatan Mandir Tampa is located in Downtown Tampa, Florida on 311 East Palm Ave. Just one block east of palm ave and Florida traffic light. Join us Every Thursday for a special Pooja - Bhajan & Satsang starting 7:00 P.M followed by Maha Prasadam. Facilities Available at the Mandir include a prayer hall and a kitchen with a dining hall.

Florida > Windermere (1)
  • Santoshi Maa Mandir
    Temple dedicated to Santoshi Mata. Activities include Arya Samaj Havan, Yoga Classes, Indian Music and Dance Classes and Bhajans.
    Santoshi Maa Mandir
    Santoshi Maa Mandir
Hindu Temples in Georgia
Georgia (8)
  • Dharmic Sabha of Georgia - Shiva Shakti Mandir
    The Dharmic Sabha of Georgia is a non-profit religious organization involved exclusively in spiritual, cultural, educational and social activities. It is devoted to the service of humanity and strives to promote spiritual regeneration for the betterment of the community. The main objectives of the Dharmic Sabha of Georgia are: Provide commuinty members a forum for Hinduism worship and fellowship; Create a favorable atmosphere to foster spiritual and cultural growth; Promote camaraderie and unity in the community; Provide a facility to engage community youths in cultural activities. Located in Norcross, GA.

Georgia > Atlanta (5)
  • Atlanta Hare Krishna Temple
    The Temple has various programs to help one reach God via Singing, Dancing and Worship. Temple conducts daily Arati, Tulsi Puja, Guru Puja, Srimad Bhagavatam Class, Raj Bhoga Arati, Vaikalika Arati/Darshan and Gaura Arati.
    Atlanta Hare Krishna Temple
    Atlanta Hare Krishna Temple
  • BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Atlanta
    The main Murtis include Shri Harikrishna Maharaj and Shri Radha-Krishna Dev, Shri Ghanshyam Maharaj and Shri Akshar Purushottam Maharaj. Temple was completed in 2006. Some two million man hours of labor has gone into building this special house of worship, with high school and college students foregoing their summer vacations to sweat in the Atlanta summer heat to make this project a success. Along with the young, many professionals and business people, including both men and women, had temporarily put their lives on hold to ensure that the approximately 30,000 square foot mandir would be completed.
    BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Atlanta
    BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Atlanta
  • Hindu Temple of Atlanta
    The Hindu Temple of Atlanta was incorporated on October 19th 1984. Main deities include Sri Venkateswara, Sri Shiva, Sri Padmavathi, Sri Parvathavardhini, Sri Hanuman, Sri Ganesha and Sri Durga. Activities include Bala Vihar, Sanskrit Classes, Yoga Classes, Gita Classes, Indian Music and Dance Classes and Tamil-Telugu-Kannada Classes. Services include Gruha Pravesham, Vastupooja, Upanayanam, Sri Satyanarayana Pooja, Homam, Wedding, Ashta Lakshmi Pooja, Seemantam, Kalyana Utsavam, Namakaranam, Annaprasanam, Vidyarambam, Engagement, Hair Offering, Navagraha Puja, Hiranya Shradham, Funeral Ceremony and Death Ceremony (9th Day to 13th Day).
    Hindu Temple of Atlanta
    Hindu Temple of Atlanta
  • Shiv Mandir of Atlanta
    Shiv Mandir is located inside Global Mall on 2nd floor. Global mall is situated right off of Interstate 85 on Jimmy Carter Boulevard. The mandir currently organizes regular set of activities like puja, arti on a daily basis, apart from organizing havans, paaths and other such programs on festivals and special occasions.

  • Sri Maha Lakshmi Temple of Atlanta
    Grand Inauguration Ceremony expected from May 27th to May 31st 2015.

Georgia > Evans (1)
Georgia > Loganville (1)
  • Vishwa Bhavan Mandir
    The Vishwa Bhavan Mandir Inc, was established in November 2002 to fulfill the spiritual and cultural needs of the growing Hindu community in the Metro Atlanta Area.

Hindu Temples in Hawaii
Hawaii (2)
  • Himalayan Academy - Kauai's Hindu Monastery
    Kauai Aadheenam, also known as Kauai's Hindu Monastery, is a traditional South-Indian style monastery-temple complex on the tropical Garden Island of Kauai in the Hawaiian chain in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The head of the monastery, called the Guru Mahasannidhanam, is Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami.
    Himalayan Academy - Kauai's Hindu Monastery
    Himalayan Academy - Kauai's Hindu Monastery
  • Iraivan Hindu Temple

Idaho > Boise (1)
  • Hare Krishna Temple
    Hare Krishna Temple located in Boise, Idaho offers Mangal Arati, Sringar Arati, Guru Puja, Japa Meditation/Morning Study, Evening Arati, Sunday Arati and Love Feast.
    Hare Krishna Temple
    Hare Krishna Temple
Hindu Temples in Illinois
Illinois (10)
  • Hindu Temple of Central Illinois
    Celebrates all key Hindu festivals, year round. Offers Bala Vihar, Yoga and Meditation classes. Moorthis include Lord Vigneshwara, Ramparivar, Shivaparivar, Shivalinga, Radhakrishna, Durgadevi, Lord Venkateshwara, Mahalakshmidevi, Lord Swaminarayana and Lord Mahavir.

  • Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
    The shikarbhada mandir in Chicago was completed in 16 months with the help of 2.5 million volunteer hours, and inspiration from HDH Pramukh Swami Maharaj in August, 2004. On the auspicious day of August 8, 2004, the Mandir was consecrated by HDH Pramukh Swami Maharaj and laid open to the public.
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS)
Illinois > Aurora (2)
  • Shirdi Saibaba Mandir

  • Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple of Greater Chicago
    Built in 1986, the Temple serves several thousand Hindu devotees from all over the country and abroad. The unique design and layout of the Temple are based on thousands of years of traditional architectural principles of South India. Experience the distinct sights and sounds of Hindu religious customs and services.
    Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple of Greater Chicago
    Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple of Greater Chicago
Illinois > Chicago (4)
  • Hare Krishna Temple
    ISKCON of Illinois Inc, a non-profit organization, was established in 1974 as a local branch of the larger International Society for Krishna Consciousness. The primary purpose of the organization is to provide spiritual education and community upliftment through open programs and lectures, food distribution, and programs that explore and expand the public understanding of cultivating relationships. The movement is nonsectarian, encouraging those of distinct faiths to sincerely practice what they learn in pursuit of service to God and community.
    Hare Krishna Temple
    Hare Krishna Temple
  • Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago
    The Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago is an Illinois general not-for-profit corporation, established in 1977. The purpose of HTGC is: To establish and maintain Hindu Temples build and serviced in the traditional Hindu style. To promote Hindu Dharma (religion and traditions) and culture. To promote inter-religious, social, and cultural understanding.To support humanitarian causes.
    Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago
    Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago
  • Shree Jalaram Mandir
    It takes a special kind of man to set a course in life and follow through no matter what obstacles are encountered, to set high standards for him, to serve mankind with tremendous dedication and pursue his goals with passion and determination. Keeping in mind the same spirit, the mission of the Shree Jalaram Mandir is to spread the message of love, peace and humanity. With the help of donations from supporters, we will continue to evolve and add other services such as food, shelter, and medical assistance for needy people whenever possible. The mission that originated in Virpur, Gujarat, we now have the honor to spread it on this continent of the earth. Close your eyes, aim for eternal peace and imagine all these together, what you will see is a picture of the Great Saint Param Pujya Shree Jalaram Bapa.

  • Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago
    Sri Ramakrishna Universal Temple (Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago) is a branch of the Ramakrishna Math & Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Math, India. Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission are twin organizations which form the core of a worldwide spiritual movement (known as Ramakrishna Movement or Vedanta Movement), which aims at: The harmony of religions; The harmony of the East and the West; Harmony of the ancient and the modern; Spiritual fulfillment; All-round development of human faculties; Social equality; Peace for all humanity, without any distinctions.
    Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago
    Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago
Illinois > Grayslake (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Lake County
    Offers a wide range of Hindu Pooja Services: Aayush Homan, Abhishekam, Annadaanam, Annapraashanam, Archana, Bhagavati Pooja, Bhumi Pooja, Chandi Homam, Ganesh Puja, Gruhapravesham, Kalyana Uthsav, Karvachauth, Kundali Milaan, Mahuraat, Lakshmi Pooja, Lemon Mala Offering, Lighting Diya in Temple and more. Celebrates all major Hindu festivals throughout the year.
    Hindu Temple of Lake County
    Hindu Temple of Lake County
Illinois > Itasca (1)
  • Gayatri Gyan Mandir
    First Gayatri Mandir in North America affiliated to All World Gayatri Pariwar, Shantikunj, Haridwar, India. Offers daily Prarthna and Arti, Maun Jaap, Yagna and Sanskar, Yoga Class, Kids Sunday school and Youth Group.
    Gayatri Gyan Mandir
    Gayatri Gyan Mandir
Hindu Temples in Indiana
Indiana (2)
  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS), Indianapolis
    Murtis include: Shri Akshar Purushottam Maharaj and Shri Radha-Krishna Dev. Offers Daily Arti, Bal Sabha, Balika Sabha, Kishore Sabha, Kishori Sabha, Satsang Sabha, Bal Gujarati Classes and Balika Gujarati Classes.
    Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS), Indianapolis
    Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS), Indianapolis
Indiana > Indianapolis (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Central Indiana
    Temple was inaugurated in 2006, with a mission to serve the spiritual needs of Central Indiana's Hindu families and represent the diversity of Hindu faith and culture.

Hindu Temples in Iowa
Iowa (1)
  • Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Iowa
    Regular activities include: Sri Vishnu Parayanam, Shiva/Rudra Abhishekam, Lakshmi Pooja, Balaji Abhishekam, Ganesha Abhishekam, Parvati Abhishekam, Karthikeya Abhishekam, Durga Pooja, Bhagavad Geetha, Sathyanarayana Pooja, Navagraha Abhishekam, Sundara Kaanda Patan, Sri Swaminarayan Bhajans and Arathi and Ram Parivar Pooja.
    Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Iowa
    Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Iowa
Hindu Temples in Kansas
Kansas (2)
  • Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Kansas City
    Kansas City Hindu Temple is a magnificent place to serve the religious and spiritual needs of the members of the Hindu community (including Jain community) residing in Greater Kansas City area. In 1982, a group of active members of the Kansas City Hindu community proposed to build a temple in the Kansas City area. There were several reasons for building a temple. The first and foremost reason was to have a place of worship for the Hindu community. The second reason was to make the next generation familiar with the religious teachings and traditions of the first generation Hindu immigrants, with the hope that, our rich heritage would stay alive in future generations. The third reason was to have an appropriate place to share our culture and belief systems with other faith communities. Throughout history America has been a place of religious freedom. People have the fundamental right to practice their own faith freely and openly. Since the local Hindu community was growing, it was a laudable proposal to build a temple where Hindus and Jains could offer prayers and puja services in accordance with their age-old customs and traditions. Another important consideration was that the temple would be a place where Hindus coming to Kansas City area from different traditions in India and elsewhere would congregate which could help unify the local Hindu community.
    Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Kansas City
    Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Kansas City
Kansas > Wichita (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Greater Wichita
    The mission of Hindu Temple of Greater Wichita (HTGW) is to provide a welcoming place for Hindus to gather, worship and celebrate our Vedic culture and traditions. Our devotees are from all over India and the world so we observe all of the major Hindu festivals. The HTGW provides and enhances cultural interactions by conducting various Hindu religious and cultural activities. HTGW provides a unique place to practice and learn about Indian culture, traditions, and values. HTGW enhances pride in Hindu religion for present and future generations.
    Hindu Temple of Greater Wichita
    Hindu Temple of Greater Wichita
Hindu Temples in Kentucky
Kentucky (1)
Hindu Temples in Louisiana
Louisiana (2)
Louisiana > New Orleans (1)
Hindu Temples in Maryland
Maryland (10)
  • BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Washington DC
    Murtis include Shri Akshar Purushottam Maharaj and Shri Radha-Krishna Dev. Conducts many events throughout the year: Makar Sankranti - Jholi, Vasant Panchami, Holi - Fuldol, Swaminarayan Jayanti / Ram Navmi, Yogi Jayanti, Guru Purnima, Janmashtami, Jal Jhilani, Sharad Purnima, Diwali - Annakut, Pramukh Swami Janma Jayanti and Patotsav.
    BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Washington DC
    BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Washington DC
Maryland > Adelphi (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Metropolitan Washington
    Puja Services: Ramayana Paath, Gita Paath, Kirtan, Satya Naryana Katha, Jamna Teva, Annaprashan Sankar, Nakaran Sankar, Birthday Pooja, Mundan Sanskar, Vivah Sanskar, Graha Parvesh, Grahashanti Paryog and Anteshthi Sanskar.
    Hindu Temple of Metropolitan Washington
    Hindu Temple of Metropolitan Washington
Maryland > Burtonsville (1)
  • Washington Kali Temple
    Washington Kali Temple is not just another temple. It is an Indian religious and cultural center where opportunities to deepen your spiritual experience and to participate in community events and gatherings abound. Come and spend some time here. Talk to Buddhadev-da, our resident priest, and feel the power of faith. Participate in and Volunteer for various activities and make a difference to the community.
    Washington Kali Temple
    Washington Kali Temple
Maryland > Finksburg (1)
  • Greater Baltimore Hindu Jain Temple
    The Greater Baltimore Temple complex is a one story building that includes a prayer hall, deity chambers, puja rooms, library, office, reception area, shoe storage room, coat room, Priest room, kitchen for prasad preparation, warm-up kitchen and rest room facilities. The temple hall is approximately 3000 square feet and can accommodate about 250 devotees at a time. The adjacent Community Center and lobby are located on the south end of the building, on the same level. The community center is approximately 4800 square feet and can accommodate about 300 people. Plans exist for the expansion of the Community Center and construction of class rooms at the lower level. Onsite parking spaces can accommodate approximately 100 cars.
    Greater Baltimore Hindu Jain Temple
    Greater Baltimore Hindu Jain Temple
Maryland > Lanham (2)
  • Murugan Temple of North America
    The Murugan Temple of North America (MTNA) is the first temple dedicated to Lord Murugan (Karthikeya) in the United States.Conceived in the 1980's and opened in 1999, MTNA celebrates all Hindu and Tamil festivals, holidays, and special occasions. We follow the Saivite traditions of pujas, agamas and worship at our temple. In addition, the temple provides bhajans, Tamil, and religious classes, devotees from all over the Maryland, Washington, DC region, Virginia and the country visit this traditional Saivite Hindu Temple located in Lanham, MD. The main Sannidhi at MTNA is for Lord Murugan (Karttikeya).
    Murugan Temple of North America
    Murugan Temple of North America
  • Sri Siva Vishnu Temple
    The Sri Siva Vishnu Temple, located in Lanham, Maryland is about 12 miles from Washington D.C. What started off as a very small idea, in the living rooms of a few devotees in the late seventies, has now blossomed into being one of the largest temples in the western hemisphere. The actual temple construction began in 1988 and has incorporated the Mayan, Pallava, Vijayanagara, Kerala and the South Canara styles of temple architecture. The Temple houses several Sannidhis with several deities which were consecrated between the years of 1990 and 2002. The last deity consecrated was in 2002, and they were all re-consecrated during the Jeernodharana Kumbhabhishekam in 2003.
    Sri Siva Vishnu Temple
    Sri Siva Vishnu Temple
Maryland > Potomac (1)
  • Hare Krishna Temple
    ISKCON of Washington DC, located in Potomac, opened its doors to the public in 1975. Our founder, Srila Prabhupada, visited in 1976. The main building, a beautiful temple, is home to a very special Deity of Krishna. It is ISKCON's first Krishna Deity in America. The Deity is called Madan Mohan, and is the center of the community here. ISKCON of DC sits on 12 acres of beautiful forested land. Along with the Temple, there is a Cultural Hall, and residential and guest facilities. A creek meanders through the property, where we grow flowers and vegetables and lovingly take care of our cows.
    Hare Krishna Temple
    Hare Krishna Temple
Maryland > Silver Spring (3)
  • Chinmaya Mission Washington Regional Center
    Our mission is to provide to individuals from any background, the wisdom of Vedanta and the practical means for spiritual growth and happiness, enabling them to become positive contributors to society. MOTTO: "To give maximum happiness to the maximum number for the maximum time".

  • Jain Society of Metropolitan Washington

  • Shri Mangal Mandir
    Offers Pooja, Rituals and Karmakand Services: Satyanarayan Katha/Pooja, Shanti Paath, Graha Shanti, Wedding Ceremony, Mundan Ceremony, Vastu Grahpravesh, Chandi Paath, Rudri, Seemant and others. Activities include Bal Gokulam, Bhajans, Yoga, 60+ Senior Citizen Club, Ekadashi and more.
    Shri Mangal Mandir
    Shri Mangal Mandir
Hindu Temples in Massachusetts
Massachusetts (10)
Massachusetts > Andover (1)
  • Chinmaya Mission Boston - Chinmaya Maruti Center
    Chinmaya Mission Worldwide was founded by Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda. According to our Mission Statement, "The purpose of Chinmaya Mission is to provide to individuals, from any background, the wisdom of Vedanta and the practical means for spiritual growth and happiness, enabling them to become positive contributors to society". Chinmaya Mission runs schools, centers, camps, lectures, study groups, bhajan groups, clinics, hospitals, research institutes, retreats and other programs all over the world, besides publishing various books, newsletters, audio and video tapes. Chinmaya Mission Boston meets every week at Chinmaya Mission, Andover, MA. Classes and Satsangs are also conducted in Westborough, MA. It consists of value based education for children from ages 5 through 18, called Balavihar including Youth group classes for teenagers, and a study group called Satsang for adults. Chinmaya Mission Boston frequently invites Acharyas and teachers from other centers to conduct lectures on various topics and speak with the children and youth.
    Chinmaya Mission Boston - Chinmaya Maruti Center
    Chinmaya Mission Boston - Chinmaya Maruti Center
Massachusetts > Ashland (1)
  • Sri Lakshmi Temple
    Offers many religious services including Venkateswara Suprabhatam, Navagraha Abhishekam, Sri Subramanya Abhishekam, Sri Ganesha Abhishekam, Sri Shiva (Atmalinga) Abhishekam, Sri Lakshmi Aarathi, Ekanda Seva, Sri Rudra Abhishekam, Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Kumkuma Archana, Sri Mahalakshmi Abhishekam, Sri Mahalakshmi Sahasranama Archana, Suprabatham, Sri Venkateswara Abhishekam and Alankaram, Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Parayanam and more.
    Sri Lakshmi Temple
    Sri Lakshmi Temple
Massachusetts > Boston (2)
Massachusetts > Lowell (1)
Massachusetts > Norwood (1)
  • Jain Center of Greater Boston
    Jain Center of Greater Boston (JCGB) is primarily a religious social non-profit organization. We welcome all who are interested in Jain philosophy, live & learn and practice "Jainism". Our center was one of the first of its kind in North America when it was established in 1973. Ever since then, the center has played a pivotal and pioneering role in advancing Jain thought and philosophy in North America and strengthening the roots of the Jain community in the region. We invite you to visit our center located at Norwood, MA. We celebrate auspicious Jain events and Jain festivals. We conduct Pathshala for school-age children & Swadhyay for adults.

Massachusetts > Oxford (1)
Massachusetts > South Boston (1)
Massachusetts > Woburn (1)
Hindu Temples in Michigan
Michigan (8)
Michigan > Canton (1)
  • Hindu Temple Of Canton
    Located in Canton, MI, the new temple was completed in 2010. Activities include Yoga Classes, Balvihar, Language Classes, All Hindu Poojas, Bharata Natyam Dance Classes, Indian Music Lessons (Keyboard/Harmonium), Kuchipudi Dance Classes, Scholarship Programs and more. The main deities are Lord Krishna & Radha Devi, Lord Lakshmana & Lord Rama & Sita Devi, Lord Hanuma, Mother Durga & Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva & Parvathi Devi, Goddess Sridevi & Lord Balaji & Goddess Bhoodevi.
    Hindu Temple Of Canton
    Hindu Temple Of Canton
Michigan > Flint (2)
  • Chinmaya Mission Flint: Tapovanam
    Chinmaya Mission Flint and its ashram, Tapovan, were inaugurated by Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda on July 20, 1990 in Flint, Michigan. Since then, Chimaya Mission Flint has been committed to conducting spiritual, cultural, educational, and humanitarian activities. Chinmaya Mission Flint presently conducts Study Group and Bala Vihar every Sunday and celebrates various religious and cultural festivals. Chinmaya Mission creates vehicles for self-unfoldment: from Vedantic institutes that train teachers, to jnana yajnas and spiritual camps, to regular spiritual study classes for adults, children and youth, to social service and educational projects (including schools, hospitals, rural development and retirement homes), to a rich array of Vedantic literature in print, audio and video media. Under the guidance of Swami Chinmayananda, devotees formed the nucleus of a spiritual renaissance movement that now encompasses a wide range of spiritual, educational, and charitable activities, ennobling the lives of thousands in India and worldwide. Chinmaya Mission is a global organization with over 300 centres round the world engaged in spiritual, educational and social services. Activities of the Mission elevate the heads and hearts of the participants, transporting them to new realms of understanding.

  • Kasi Temple of Flint

Michigan > Lansing (1)
Michigan > Pontiac (1)
  • Parashakthi Temple
    The Parashakthi Temple, also known as the Eternal Mother Temple was built in 1999 and the inaugural pooja took place in October 1999. The temple has several deities and the murthy pratishtas have been conducted for these deities through the years since the temple's inception. Since then, thousands of devotees have flocked to see Mother to shower Her with their love and devotion. Several devotees have experienced many miracles at the temple and throng every week to participate in the Abhishekams and other special functions that are conducted throughout the year.

Michigan > Troy (2)
Hindu Temples in Minnesota
Minnesota (3)
  • Shri Gaayatri Mandir
    Founded in March, 1993, SGM strives to "foster the development of spirituality, religion, education and culture within the community". The temple has established four central objectives, which include: Spiritual Development, Membership Growth, Youth Development and Cultural Promotion.

Minnesota > Brooklyn Park (1)
Minnesota > Minneapolis (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Minnesota
    Mission: To provide a Hindu Mandir (place of worship) in the Twin Cities area. To bring into closer relation the members of the Hindu community in the State of Minnesota. To provide a forum for scholarly discussions of the Hindu philosophy. To conduct and sponsor religious, spiritual, charitable, educational, social and cultural activities for the benefit of the Hindu community. To establish a library in the Mandir (Temple) that will depict Hindu philosophy and religion. To preserve and embellish Hindu traditions and cultural heritage. To teach its younger members the history and development of the Hindu philosophy and religion and to inculcate a pride of their heritage. Encourage their participation and involvement with daily activities of the Mandir (Temple).
    Hindu Temple of Minnesota
    Hindu Temple of Minnesota
Hindu Temples in Mississippi
Mississippi (2)
Mississippi > Carriere (1)
  • ISKCON New Talavan
    The devotees are privileged to worship in New Talavan's beautiful Temple. The Temple was constructed in 1979 and renovated in 1987. Landscaping and pagodas were added in 2002. The New Talavan Temple is home to our most merciful, gracious and beautiful Lordships, Sri-Sri Radha-Radhakanta and Sri-Sri Gaura-Nitai.

Hindu Temples in Missouri
Missouri (3)
Hindu Temples in Nebraska
Nebraska (1)
  • Hindu Temple
    There are several different services that the temple offers the community. The temple is open all days of the week. On Sundays, Sunday School is held for students aged 6-12. The temple is also organizing their 13-18 year olds into a youth group. Kundalini Yoga Classes are also held at the temple on Wednesdays. The social hall also houses events for the community and for the Indian Association of Omaha such as speakers, musicians, and other cultural events. In addition to the events held at the temple the community publishes their Deepam newsletter four to six times a year.
    Hindu Temple
    Hindu Temple
Hindu Temples in Nevada
Nevada (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Las Vegas
    The Hindu Society of Nevada was incorporated in 1994. The Hindu Temple opened doors for devotees in April of 2001. The temple provides a serene and tranquil venue where devotees congregate to pray, stay connected with the religious traditions, and impart these traditions, values and culture to the younger generations. The Temple has evolved into a permanent feature of the Nevada landscape, promoting Hindu religion and culture and providing a sanctum for human beings of all creeds. The Temple is a shining example of what a community could accomplish collectively in order to sustain its religious and cultural roots.
    Hindu Temple of Las Vegas
    Hindu Temple of Las Vegas
Hindu Temples in New Hampshire
New Hampshire (1)
  • Hindu Temple of New Hampshire
    It is the vision of the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire to offer services and opportunities to satisfy the religious, spiritual and cultural needs of the Hindu Community in the New England Area. Our mission is to build and maintain a permanent Hindu Temple in New Hampshire. The temple will have Hindu deities and will be built as per Aagama Shastras.
    Hindu Temple of New Hampshire
    Hindu Temple of New Hampshire
Hindu Temples in New Jersey
New Jersey (19)
  • Gayatri Chetna Center
    The Gayatri Chetna Center is devoted to increasing cultural, ethical, moral, and spiritual awareness. The Center is a unique place for Gayatri Sadhana, Yoga and Meditation, Scientific Spiritual studies and Youth Development. This Center is open to everyone from all walks of life, regardless of their religion, faith, caste, creed or sect. The Gayatri Chetna Center aims to provide an inspiring environment to facilitate divine activities and services which encourage "Simple Living and High Thinking". Key services include: Gayatri Temple, Yagya & Sanskar, Yoga & Meditation, Spiritual Education, Youth Development Programs, Library & Books Store and Community Service.
    Gayatri Chetna Center
    Gayatri Chetna Center
New Jersey > Belleville (1)
  • Arya Samaj of Garden State - Om Temple
    Vedas are the most ancient scriptures known to mankind. All Hindus follow Vedic principles in essence but Arya Samaj stresses on the practical interpretation of Vedic scriptures. Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati initially introduced 28 principles in Mumbai on April 10, 1875 AD . Later on June 24, 1877 in Lahore he amended them and thus finally 10 basic principles of Arya Samaj were framed as the guiding force. These principles not only simplified the life of a common man but also gave him a comprehensive, moderate and realistic view of life.
    Arya Samaj of Garden State - Om Temple
    Arya Samaj of Garden State - Om Temple
New Jersey > Berlin (1)
  • India Temple Association
    A Hindu Temple Located in Berlin, NJ. Services include Aarti & Chalisa (Durga Ma, Shiv Ji, Ganesh Ji, Hanuman Ji, Jagdish Ji), Festival Celebrations, Priest Services, Children's Programs (Bal-Vihar, Youth & Art Classes), Geeta Study, Yoga Classes and others.
    India Temple Association
    India Temple Association
New Jersey > Blairstown (1)
  • Siddhachalam
    Siddhachalam is a Jain ashram located in an idyllic setting in rural north-western New Jersey on 120 acres of hilly terrain. It is managed by International Mahavira Jain Mission, a religious public charity. There are no affiliates or chapters of International Mahavira Jain Mission. Siddhachalam was founded in 1983 by the Jain saint Acharya Sushil Kumarji. It was here that Guruji, as he was lovingly called, perfected the secret science of sound behind the Navkaar Mantra. The mantra is considered by Jains to be the most auspicious of all mantras. It was also here that he practiced and taught the Jain form of yoga called Arhum Yoga. Guruji left his human body in April, 1994. There is no successor to Guruji.
New Jersey > Bridgewater (1)
  • Sri Venkateswara Temple
    The Hindu Temple and Cultural Society of USA Inc. (HTCS) was established in September of 1989. This Temple was designed by Indian Temple Architects (Sthapati) according to ancient Indian Temple building codes and was inaugurated (Kumbabhishekam) in 1998.
    Sri Venkateswara Temple
    Sri Venkateswara Temple
New Jersey > Cherry Hill (1)
New Jersey > Clifton (1)
New Jersey > Edison (1)
New Jersey > Galloway Township (1)
New Jersey > Jersey City (2)
  • New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc.
    The Humanitarian Mission of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc. is dedicated to helping children, seniors, and other individuals who are living in dire poverty.
    New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc.
    New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc.
  • Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of Jersey City, NJ
    BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in North Bergen, NJ.
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of Jersey City, NJ
    Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of Jersey City, NJ
New Jersey > Kearny (1)
New Jersey > Mahwah (1)
  • Hindu Samaj Mandir
    Started in 1996, Hindu Samaj has a membership of approximately 2000 families. It provides religious, cultural and social services in New Jersey and the surrounding areas. Mission: To promote spiritual, social and cultural development of all people who believe in the diverse manifestations of the Hindu religion. To unify the Hindu community by developing appreciation for and celebrating all aspects of the Hindu Philosophy and Religion. To help our children develop a sense of pride and identity with our Indian heritage, while actively helping them prepare to be the finest citizens of our new adopted home. To promote inter-religious social and cultural understanding. To provide critically needed assistance and services to the members of our community and engage in humanitarian activities.

New Jersey > Milltown (1)
New Jersey > Morganville (1)
New Jersey > Parlin (1)
New Jersey > Somerset (2)
  • Ananda Mandir
    Ananda Mandir is not just another temple. It is a Bengali religious and cultural center where opportunities to participate in the arts abound, whether it be classes or community events and gatherings.

  • Shree Swaminarayan Mandir - Vadtal Dham
    Affiliated to Shree Laxminaryan Dev Gadi, Vadtal, Gujarat, India

New Jersey > South Brunswick (1)
Hindu Temples in New Mexico
New Mexico (2)
New Mexico > Taos (1)
Hindu Temples in New York
New York has some of the oldest Hindu Temples in USA, some founded in 1970s.
New York (26)
  • Hindu Temple Society of Capital District - Albany, NY
    The Hindu Temple Society of Capital District, was founded in 1976 and is located in Loudonville, NY. It is a place of worship by Hindu devotees in and around Capital District and also visitors from other areas and all over the world. Albany Hindu Temple is unique because all segments of Hindu Community have a special place for worship of their own with Ganesha, Lakshmi Narayana, Shiva, Parvathi, Shrinathji, Radha Krishna, Swaminarayana, Navagrahas, Nageswara, Saraswati, Durga, Buddha, Iyyappa Swamy, Mahavira, Shri Rama Parivara and Subramanya. Religious discourses and cultural activities are held at the temple and all major Hindu religious festivals are celebrated. The temple offers variety of regular religious services at the temple and at individual homes and offices, on request by well trained and qualified priests. Albany Hindu temple is centrally located between Boston and Buffalo and Montreal and New York City.

New York > Brairwood (1)
New York > Bronx (2)
New York > Elmhurst (2)
  • Geeta Temple

  • Jain Center of America
    The first wave of Jain immigrants from India to New York, USA occurred in the mid 1960's. In order to preserve and maintain their religious and cultural heritage, these early migrants started to informally meet in 1965 in the borough of Manhattan in various facilities, such as Columbia University, the Indian Consulate, Jain Meditation Center and other Secular Halls. From these initial stages, the Jain Center of America - New York (JCA) was the first Jain Center organized and registered in America in 1976. In its early formative years, the JCA NY Center had an organization, but no place to worship and practice their Jain religion. In 1981, the center purchased its first temple building in the borough of Queens, New York. In June 2005, the JCA NY celebrated its Pratishta Mahotsav in the newly constructed state of the art temple at 43-11 Ithaca St, Elmhurst, Queens, NY, replacing the original temple building acquired in 1981. The unique design of this complex is a shining example of Unity with Diversity for the Jain Community of New York. The JCA NY Center was awarded the very prestigious "Best Religious Building" award for 2005 in Queens, NY, a borough known as the "Mosaic Melting Pot of America".

New York > Flushing (4)
New York > Hempstead (1)
New York > Hollis (2)
New York > Jamaica (1)
  • Arunachala Ashrama - Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi Center
    Dedicated to the Practice of the teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, Arunachala Ashrama was founded by his devotee, Sri Arunachala Bhakta Bhagawat, in New York City on December 7, 1966. The Ashrama is a registered charity incorporated in the State of New York, maintained by a team of dedicated volunteers.

New York > Middletown (1)
  • Bharatiya Mandir
    The purpose of the temple is to provide a facility to study, practice, disseminate and enlighten the public in the religious precepts of the Hindu Religion, and to aid people in finding the spiritual unity among all beings. We have named this temple the Bharatiya Mandir because many major deities of Hindu religion are enshrined within it. This is a place where anyone can come and worship their own deity, uplift their souls and achieve peace of mind. This is a place where one can meditate, sing God's glory and seek desired outcomes. Feeling overwhelmed by life's mundane pressures, we all come to the Lord's place to attain buoyancy, gain strength to deal with them and come out energized at a spiritual level. Our Mandir can be used for our multifarious activities. Monthly satsang, children's yaghyopaveet ceremony, Akhand Paath, Devi-ma's Jaagran, Indian language classes, Hath and Kriya yoga sessions, guest visitations for spiritual discourses and many more cultural activities are a few examples.

New York > New York (4)
  • Jain Meditation International Center (JMIC)

  • Sri Nitai Gauranga Mandir - Prabhupada Sankirtana Society

  • Vedanta Society of New York
    Vedanta Society of New York (VSNY) is affiliated with the Ramakrishna Order of India. In fact, VSNY is the Order's first Center started by Swami Vivekananda, in 1894. It was an historic event, for the seed of the world-wide Ramakrishna Movement was sown here in New York over a century ago. Swami Vivekananda was the first teacher of Vedanta to come to the West, who drew wide acclaim by his electrifying addresses at the World's Parliament of Religions held in Chicago in 1893. After the conclusion of the Parliament, a group of American students interested to learn more about Vedanta gathered about the Swami, and the first Vedanta Center in the West was started in New York City. Vedanta Society of New York bases its teachings on the System of Vedanta , especially as explained by Sri Ramakrishna (1836-1886) and his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) and as demonstrated in their lives. The Society is one of the number of Vedanta Centers in the US, and is guided by Swamis (monks) of the Order, who serve as ministers.

  • Vimukti Yoga Mission
    The Vimukti Yoga Center was founded by Prabhuji Ramakrishnananda to share the wisdom of Hinduism and Yoga. This place gives yoga classes, Hindu worship, meditation gatherings and spiritual lectures.

New York > Ozone Park (1)
New York > Pittsford (1)
New York > Pomona (1)
New York > Rochester (1)
New York > Syracuse (1)
New York > Walden (1)
  • Shanti Mandir
    Shanti Mandir was established in 1987 by Mahamandaleshwar Swami Nityananda. The organization continues the spiritual work of his Guru, the renowned sage Baba Muktananda, whom he succeeded in 1982.

New York > Wappingers Falls (1)
Hindu Temples in North Carolina
North Carolina (4)
  • Sri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple of North Carolina - Cary, NC
    The objectives of Sri Venkateswara Temple of North Carolina include but not limited to: Operate a hindu temple in Cary, NC built according to Agama Sasthras; perform and uphold hindu religious activities as defined in vedas and upanishads. Provide humanitarian and compassionate services to the entire community in the region through cross-cultural activities. Provide facilities to members of the hindu community for celebration of festivals and other religious ceremonies. Promote the benefits of yoga and meditation for the development of the mind, body and soul. Promote Indian music, art, dance and culture in the community. Promote hindu religion and its distinct philosophy.

North Carolina > Charlotte (2)
North Carolina > Morrisville (1)
Hindu Temples in Ohio
Ohio (11)
Ohio > Beavercreek (1)
Ohio > Cincinnati (3)
  • BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir of Cincinnati, OH

  • Hindu Temple of Greater Cincinnati

  • Sri SaiBaba Temple of Greater Cincinnati-Ohio
    Temple is dedicated to Sri Sai Baba of Shirdi, India. Daily Pooja Services include Kakad Aarti, Paduka Abhishekam, Madhyan Aarti, Dhoop Aarti, Hanuman Chalisa & Baba Dhun, Shiva Sthuthulu & Baba Dhun and others. Priest Services include Sai Ashttotharam, Sai Abhishekam, Sai Satya Vratham, Vahana Puja, Namakaranam, Anna Prasana, Akshara Abhyasam, Gruha Pravesam, Bhoomi Pooja, Upanayanam, Wedding, Homam, Punyahavachanam, Engagement, Baby Shower (Seemantham), Shastipurthy, Upakarma and others.

Ohio > Cleveland (2)
  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of Cleveland, OH

  • Siva Vishnu Temple
    As you enter the Shiva Vishnu temple premises, you'll find it residing on a 32 acre land with scenic surroundings. The Shiva Vishnu temple reaches out to serve spiritual, cultural and social dimensions of the society. This Hindu temple (Vedic temple) is open to ALL and serves ALL. It is a history made as a result of dedicated and loving efforts of leading members of Cleveland community who intended to shape a vision and the Shiva Vishnu Temple Logo subscribes that vision. In a true sense - it is a temple of the people, for the people and by the people. It is the result of generosity of people and consequently the temple has an interesting timeline.

Ohio > Dayton (1)
Ohio > Plain City (1)
Ohio > Powell (1)
  • Bharatiya Hindu Temple
    The Bharatiya Temple Society of Central Ohio promotes awareness, understanding, and practice of the Hindu religion, and works toward improvement of the quality of life of the community.

Ohio > Toledo (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Toledo
    The Hindu Temple of Toledo was organized and formed in 1982 and a permanent temple building was built in August of 1989. The temple has become the center of religious, spiritual and social activities for the Hindu community in Toledo and other cities within a radius of about 50 miles. It is fulfilling the very important needs of its community.

Hindu Temples in Oklahoma
Oklahoma (2)
  • Hindu Temple of Oklahoma City
    The India Cultural Foundation (ICF) which is also popularly called by the members as the "Hindu Temple of Oklahoma" was incorporated and established as a non profit organization in 1982 to cater to the religious and spiritual needs of the Hindu community.

Oklahoma > Tulsa (1)
Hindu Temples in Oregon
Oregon (3)
Oregon > Tigard (2)
Hindu Temples in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania (14)
  • Bharatiya Temple
    Bharatiya Temple and Bharatiya Cultural Center is built on a pretty wooded lot of a little over six acres. The expansive structure is a two-story building with each floor of 8500 square feet of constructed area. The lower floor offers facility for a cultural center for the community where children can learn languages and their culture. The cultural center includes a kitchen facility, several classrooms for conducting classes on Indian languages, religion and spirituality, Yoga, music and dance classes are also offered. The facility has a large auditorium with a stage for weddings, cultural programs and other celebrations. The upper floor is the Temple area that serves the needs of the community for their religious purposes. This is a multi-deity temple, which has main deity of Lakshmi-Narayana. In addition, other deities include Lord Venkateshwara (Balaji), Sri Ram-Sita Pariwar, Sri Radha-Krishna, Sri Shiva-Parvathi, Sri Durga Mata, Lord Ganesha, Sri Hanuman, Nava-Graha and Sri-Mahavir Swami.

  • Bhavani Charitable Trust - Bhavani / Hanuman Temple

Pennsylvania > Allentown (1)
Pennsylvania > Levittown (1)
Pennsylvania > Monroeville (3)
  • Hindu Jain Temple of Pittsburgh
    Hindu Jain Temple provides a place for Hindus and Jains to worship while providing religious, humanitarian, cultural and educational resources. In addition, the Hindu Jain Temple promotes ideals for world peace, harmony, spiritual and personal health.

  • Pittsburgh Sikh Gurdwara

  • Sai Baba Temple

Pennsylvania > New Cumberland (1)
Pennsylvania > Philadelphia (1)
Pennsylvania > Pittsburgh (1)
  • Sri Venkateshwara Temple
    The Mission of Sri Venkateswara Temple in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania is to provide a place for Hindus to worship in traditional style and to provide religious, humanitarian, cultural and educational resources to all interested in Hinduism. In addition, Sri Venkateswara Temple shall propagate ideals for world peace, harmony, spiritual and personal health through the tenets underlying Hindu faith which is Sanatana Dharma. Sri Venkateswara Temple (S. V. Temple) is located in Penn Hills, an eastern suburb of Pittsburgh, PA, USA. It is one of the earliest traditional Hindu Temples built in the United States. Sri Venkateswara Temple organization was established on Aug 7, 1975. Assistance from Tirumal Tirupathi Devasthanam (TTD) for construction of the temple was requested on Sept 11, 1975 and granted on the same day. On June 30, 1976 ground breaking was performed and was followed by pratisthapana on Nov 17, 1976. Daily worship is being performed continuously ever since.

Pennsylvania > Port Royal (1)
Pennsylvania > Saylorsburg (1)
Pennsylvania > Schuylkill Haven (1)
Pennsylvania > Stroudsburg (1)
Hindu Temples in South Carolina
South Carolina (4)
South Carolina > Mauldin (1)
Hindu Temples in Tennessee
Tennessee (5)
  • Hindu Community Center of Knoxville
    HCC of Knoxville is the central place for worship and community activities for people of Indian origin in East Tennessee. Throughout the year, numerous religious and cultural activities are organized at the temple. The temple is built on a beautiful 5.6 acres lot and has spacious facility for worship and cultural activities. It is conveniently located off of I-75.

Tennessee > Hixson (1)
Tennessee > Memphis (2)
Tennessee > Nashville (1)
  • Sri Ganesha Temple
    Sri Ganesha Temple was built to provide a place for cultural, educational, and spiritual activities related to Hinduism, to promote inter religious, social, and cultural understanding, and to support humanitarian causes.

Hindu Temples in Texas
Texas (22)
Texas > Austin (2)
  • Austin Hindu Temple
    A volunteer-driven, community-supported, non-profit organization. AHTCC promotes and practices the ideals of Hindu religion through worship and education. The Temple strives for spiritual richness and human excellence through assimilation of the values emphasized in Hindu scriptures and applying them in our daily lives, while recognizing and respecting other religions and belief systems in their due context.

  • Barsana Dham

Texas > Dallas (6)
Texas > El Paso (1)
Texas > Houston (6)
  • Arya Samaj Greater Houston
    Swami Dayanand Saraswati founded Arya Samaj and gave the Motto "Krinvanto Vishwam Aryam" which means "To Make the World Noble". Arya Samaj Greater Houston founded in 1991, aligned itself with the great mission and has been serving the children, youth and adults in the Greater Houston area with the spiritual and cultural enrichment by spreading the knowledge of Vedas.

  • Hare Krishna Dham

  • Hindu Temple of the Woodlands
    Established in 2005 with land purchased in the same year, Hindu Temple of The Woodlands is home to Ganesha, Shiva, Balaji, MahaLakshmi and Radha Krishna. It is located at South Forestgate and Woodlands Parkway. Because of its location in The Woodlands in a wooded area adjacent to Forestgate Park, one of The Woodland’s one hundred parks, it is one of the most beautiful temple sites in the area. Future developments for the temple are yagna facilities, classroom and library space, a large lobby and a kitchen. HTW has an active educational program and has celebrated a number of festivals. Community service is also a part of the temple’s mission.

  • Houston Durga Bari Society

  • Shirdi Sai Jalaram Mandir

  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of Houston, TX

Texas > Navasota (1)
  • Hindu Society of Brazos Valley - Omkarnath Temple
    The Hindu Society of Brazos Valley serves members of the Hindu faith in the vicinity of Bryan-College Station in Texas. Facilities include Shri Omkarnath Temple and Saraswati Kalamandir (hall). Classes for children (Balavihar) are offered on Sundays.

Texas > Pearland (1)
Texas > San Antonio (2)
  • Hindu Temple of San Antonio
    The Hindu Temple of San Antonio is located in the scenic hills of Helotes. The temple is accessible from any part of the town within 20 minutes. The traditional Sunday puja, which normally starts at 10.30 a.m., attracts many devotees. Balavikas classes are conducted on Sundays. Temple Services: Abhisheka, Anna Prasana, Archana, Hiranya Sradha, Homa/Havan, Kalyana Utsava, Kesa Khandana, Namakarana, Satyanarayan Puja, Upanayana, Vahana Puja, Vivaha and Vidyaarambha.

  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (BAPS) of San Antonio, TX

Texas > Sugar Land (1)
  • Chinmaya Mission Houston
    Chinmaya Mission Houston (CMH) was established in 1982 and has since evolved into a dynamic Hindu organization serving several hundred families. The Mission is dedicated to spreading the knowledge of Vedanta and other Hindu scriptures. CMH conducts weekly discourses (Satsanga-s) and study groups for adults, and classes for youth (Yuvakendra) and children (Bala Vihar). Chinmaya Mission strongly believes that spirituality is a family activity. Special care is taken to conduct spiritual and cultural programs that interest all members of the family. Our Mission is to provide to individuals, from any background, the wisdom of Vedanta and the practical means for spiritual growth and happiness, enabling them to become positive contributors to the society. Our Aspiration is to provide maximum happiness to the maximum number of people for the maximum time.

Texas > Temple (1)
  • Hindu Temple of Central Texas
    Our temple in Temple, Texas, welcomes friends and devotees from near and far. We have been told that there is a serene atmosphere that gives that feeling of closeness to God and with oneself, both inside as well as outside of the temple. The positive energy embraces devotees. The temple is still growing and members are called on for different roles; they are blessed with an abundance of talents and skills to perform their assigned work.

Hindu Temples in Utah
Utah (2)
  • Hare Krishna Temples in Utah

  • Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple of Utah
    The Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple is a place to worship, conduct religious activities and pursue Hindu ideals, traditions and culture. The Temple is typically open for visitors all seven Days of the Week from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM and 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Hindu Temples in Virginia
Virginia (6)
  • Satchidananda Ashram - Yogaville - Buckingham, VA
    Yogaville is more than an ashram, Yoga Teacher Training facility or Yoga Retreat Center; it is a vibrant spiritual community built on the precepts of Integral Yoga as taught by Sri Swami Satchidananda. Blending the power of the various branches of Yoga into one complete practice, Integral Yoga's holistic and gentle approach brings benefit to many aspects of one's life.

Virginia > Chantilly (1)
  • Rajdhani Mandir
    Rajdhani Mandir is a non-profit organization serving the religious, spiritual, cultural, and social needs of the Hindu community of the Washington DC metropolitan area since 1985. The temple was inaugurated on the current eight acres of beautiful wooded site in Chantilly, Virginia in March 2000. Mandir is a Hindu temple marvelously representing Jain, Buddhist and Sai Baba faiths also.

Virginia > Chesapeake (1)
  • Hindu Temple and Community Center of Hampton Roads
    The Hindu community of Hampton Roads can be really proud of completing 24,000 square feet of Temple Complex on 10 acres of waterfront land. It is indeed rare for a small community consisting of some 500 families to accomplish such a feat. The Hindu religion is not simply a religion of rituals, since it integrates culture and religion into our daily lives and our Temple Complex will provide a focal point for the religious as well as the cultural activities of our community.

Virginia > Fairfax Station (1)
  • Durga Temple
    Durga temple was the first temple of Bhagwati Durgaji built in USA. This temple is the place of worship for people of all Hindu faiths. The deities in this temple include Durgaji, Shiv-Parivar, Shri Radha-Krishna, Ram darbar, Hanumanji, Lakshmi-Narayanji, Balaji, Shri Mahavirji, Shri Jhulelalji, Shri Shridi Saibaba and Maa Santoshi. The priests provide religious services at the temple and outside locations. All major Hindu festivals are celebrated. The temple holds a variety of educational cultural activities.

Virginia > Glen Allen (1)
  • Hindu Center of Virginia
    Hindu Center conducts several cultural activities through out the year in the community hall/auditorium capable of seating approximately 250 people. Most of the cultural programs are open to public. HCV holds two major events around April and September of each year. In April the Center holds the Spring Festival and around the September the Festival of India. The Hindu Center also offers cultural, language, yoga and religious classes to the Richmond Community starting from age 5 and above.

Virginia > Reston (1)
Hindu Temples in Washington
Washington (6)
  • Bellevue Hindu Temple

  • Bellevue Hindu Temple and Cultural Center (BHTCC)

  • Sanatan Dharama Temple and Cultural Center
    Sanatan Dharma Temple and Cultural Center (SDTCC) is a non-profit organization formed in 2002 to meet the community's growing need for a religious, spiritual and cultural center in South King County. It is located on a beautiful wooded 6.5 acre land. Vision: To preserve and protect the rich Hindu Cultural Heritage in our present and future generations; To Practice, promote and teach the Hindu religion and Hindu way of life; To provide social services to the community, including counseling and non-emergency medical services. The SDTCC currently conducts religious ceremonies on all major religious festivals like Diwali, Durga Puja, Nrisimha Jayanthi, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganapati Mahotsav, Maha Shivaratri, Ram Navami and other Hindu festivals. It also organizes individually sponsored events like Durga Jaagran, Ramayan Paath, and Shri Satyanarayan Pooja.

  • Vedic Cultural Center & Sri Sri Radha Neela Madhava Temple
    Vedic Cultural Center is dedicated to preserving, practicing, and growing the Vedic tradition for the benefit of younger generation and all people. The Vedas teach that we are all part of one great family with a common origin. Therefore Vedic culture celebrates commonality of all human beings and teaches them to live in harmony with nature by practice of the universal principle of ahimsa or non violence. The Vedic cultural center practices respect of all people regardless of race or any other material designation because of the divine presence of God in everyone. Education for making enlightened choices in life is the primary goal of the VCC for spreading light and peace in the world.

Washington > Seattle (2)
  • Hindu Temple and Cultural Center
    Serving the Hindu community of the Greater Seattle area. Mission: Promote social, cultural, religious, and spiritual understanding based upon Vedic principles. The cultural connection between your past and your future generations.

  • Vedanta Society of Western Washington
    The Vedanta Society, established in 1938, promotes Vedanta through weekly lectures, a variety of publications, devotional singing, monthly retreat programs, and annual worship festivals. Personal spiritual instruction is also given by Swami Bhaskarananda, the spiritual head of our center.

Hindu Temples in West Virginia
West Virginia (1)
  • New Vrindaban Community - Prabhupada's Palace of Gold
    The Palace of Gold opened to the public in 1979 to positive reviews. CBS PM Magazine reported, "The magnificence of the Palace of Gold would be hard to exaggerate". Life magazine called the Palace "a place where tourists can come and be amazed". The New York Times proclaimed "Welcome to Heaven". The Washington Post called the Palace "Almost Heaven". The Courier-Journal of Louisville stated, "It's hard to believe that Prabhupada's Palace is in West Virginia. In fact, it's hard to believe it's on this planet". Most noteworthy is that the Palace was also called "America's Taj Mahal". As one of the main architects of the Palace expressed: "The Palace is a monument to the Lord's pure devotee, It is not a mere memorial to someone no longer present. It is a place of daily worship, and proof that Prabhupadas mission is being fulfilled".

Hindu Temples in Wisconsin
Wisconsin (4)
Wisconsin > Madison (2)
  • American Hindu Association
    The primary mission of AHA is to teach the rich spiritual heritage of Hindu philosophy to devotees of all ages. This Association intends to provide the leadership and resources for the Hindu community, especially among the young generations. More specifically this Association intends to: Provide services to devotees and children, promoting the awareness of principles and practices of Hinduism; Conduct regular weekly puja, bhajans, discussions on Hinduism, etc.; Invite Hindu teachers and scholars to present topics on Hinduism, enhancing our understanding of it; Sponsor religious festivals such as Makar Sankranti/Pongal, Mahashivratri, Srikrishna Janmasthmi, Deepawali, and other events; Promote yoga and meditation as prescribed in Hindu scriptures; Bring all religious organizations under one roof to establish a strong Hindu Community; Seek active participation, guidance and support from the community members in our ambitious journey for our community.

  • Hindu Temple of Madison
    There shall be numerous cultural activities that go on at the Temple during the year including Yoga, Meditation, Sanskrit, Hindi educational, Music classes and Camps to help introduce the young generation to Indian culture. In view of this, several programs shall be specially organized for and by children and young adults. The Mandir priest has been performing the following pujas as well as others: Engagements, Wedding Ceremonies, Graha Pravesham, Mundan Sanskar Puja.

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