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Hindu Temples in New York
New York has some of the oldest Hindu Temples in USA, some founded in 1970s.
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  • 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.
    hindutemplealbany.org


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Brairwood (1)

Bronx (2)

Elmhurst (2)

  • Geeta Temple
    facebook.com

  • 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".
    nyjaincenter.org

Flushing (4)

Hempstead (1)

Hollis (2)

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.
    arunachala.org

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.
    bharatiyamandir.org

New York (3)

  • Sri Nitai Gauranga Mandir - Prabhupada Sankirtana Society
    krishna.org

  • 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.
    vedantany.org

  • 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.
    ramakrishnananda.com

Ozone Park (1)

Pittsford (1)

Pomona (1)

Rochester (1)

Syracuse (1)

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.
    shantimandir.com

Wappingers Falls (1)


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