Hindu Temples in UK

Hindu Temples in UK

Hindu Temples in UKIn the abroad country UK, United Kingdom there are vast number of Hindu temples. Some of the these Hindu temples are:

Ayyappan Temple UK

Tividale Tirupathy Balaji Temple, Birmingham

Sri Mahalakshmi / Sri Siva Vishnu Temple, London

Sri Raja Rajeswary Amman Temple,Surrey

Shree Ganapathy Temple, London

Shree Lakshmi Narayan Mandir,Midlands

Iskcon of Lanarkshire, Lesmahagow

Shree Krishna Mandir, West Bromwich

Venkateshwara (Balaji) Temple, Oldbury

Kali Mata Mandir, Hayes

Southampton Hindu Temple

Shree Ganapathy Temple, Wimbledon:

Shree Ganapathy Temple, Wimbledon is a Hindu temple in south-west London. The main deity in the temple is of Lord Ganesha. There are also deities of Goddess Durga (Parvati), Lord Hanuman, Krishna etc. The Sai Mandir was opened in 1981 and is a prayer hall dedicated to Sathyanarayana Raju. The Shree Ganapathy Temple, Wimbledon temple provides classes Hinduism, music and dance.

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London:

Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple located in East London is a Swaminarayan Temple in UK. In the main Hindu temple, the upper floor is used for seminars and other gatherings, and a library selling books and other religious material. A kitchen and dining area a few doors down, which was previously used as a temporary Mandir while the main Mandir was being reconstructed.

Tividale Tirupathy Balaji Temple:

The Tividale Tirupathy Balaji Temple in UK was designed to replicate the Tirupati Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, India. Lord Venkateswara is the presiding deity, with two other deities either side of him in the main temple- his wife Padmavati. Outside the temple there are two small Shiva temples. There is a Hindu community centre, gatehouse, fountain and various developing lawn areas and walkways in the temple.