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Hindu Temples in New Jersey
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  • BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Robbinsville, NJBAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Robbinsville, NJ
    One of major BAPS centers in the USA. Key Murtis include Lord Krishna, Lord Rama and Lord Shiva. The Mandir is open to the public daily throughout the year, including all bank and federal holidays. Daily Arti Rituals include Shangar Arti, Rajbhog Arti and Sandhya Arti.
  • Gayatri Chetna CenterGayatri 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.


Belleville (1)

  • Arya Samaj of Garden State - Om TempleArya 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.
Berlin (1)

  • India Temple AssociationIndia 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.
Blairstown (1)

  • SiddhachalamSiddhachalam
    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.
Bridgewater (1)

  • Sri Venkateswara TempleSri 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.
Cherry Hill (1)

Clifton (1)

Edison (1)

Galloway Township (1)

Jersey City (2)

Kearny (1)

Mahwah (1)

  • Hindu Samaj Mandir of MahwahHindu Samaj Mandir of Mahwah
    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.
Milltown (1)

Morganville (1)

Parlin (1)

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

South Brunswick (1)

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