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Hindu Temples in Texas
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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

Dallas (6)

El Paso (1)

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

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.

Pearland (1)

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

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.

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.

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