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Shree Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple


Temple Preist - Pt Shyam Nath Dahal

The History of Hindu Cultural Society of Bradford


The majority of Hindus came to the U.K in the 1950s, 60 and 70s in search of work and to meet the economic needs of their families back home. Most of the Hindus came to the U.K from Punjab and Gujarat in India and also from East Africa in 1970s. In the beginning years, they faced severe hardship and struggle to make both ends meet and lived in very poor conditions. It was a matter of survival. They worked very hard, often working long hours to establish themselves in the U.K. Most of them had young family’s. Once they were fully settled in the U.K, they felt the need to create a common place, where they could meet regularly to meet their Social, Cultural and religious needs. They felt that if they didn’t take action then, they and their children may lose touch with their religion and culture.

Monthly Programmes Updates Feb-March 23

All are invited to attend the following programmes

Bhaagavad Gita

Eternal Message of Spiritual Wisdom


Just as they think of Him from different angles and as everything, they also have different ways of serving Him


It preaches that one gives up selfishness in love, not expecting anything in return


When it comes to giving, we should keep in mind our mortality and not postpone acts of charity

Understanding of God


Hinduism has a concept of impurity and a system of purification


In spiritual parlance, meditation implies the mind’s total absorption on the inner Self, and Lord Krishna outlines the steps to be observed for its successful practice


Self-realization (Atma-jnana or Atma Bodh) is knowledge of the true self beyond both delusion and identification with material phenomena

Praying Scheduled

Please see our praying times and days at the Mandir. These include First Aarti, Second Aarti, chanting, Prayers, and Pravachan on Braham Vidya by Pandit JI, Shiv Chalisa, Shiv Stuti, Shiv Ashtak, Om Mahima prayers, Devotees Sing Bhajans – Hari Nam Sankirtan, Bhagwati ki Bantein, Stuti.

First Aarti
(Monday to Sunday)
12:00pm - 12:30pm
(Every Tuesdays)
10:00am - 12:00pm
Om Mahima Prayers
(Every Mondays)
18:00pm - 19:00pm
Second Aarti
(Monday to Friday)
18:30pm - 19:00pm
Bhajans Chanting
(Every Sundays)
17:00pm - 19:00pm
Devotees Sing Bhajans
(Every Weds,Thurs,Fri)
18:00pm - 19:00pm

Weekly Activities

Please find a list of weekly activities at the Mandir
Elderly Day Centre
10:00am - 14:30pm
Yoga Class
At the temple
Contact 07799172952
Hindi Class
16:00pm - 18:30pm

Temple Priest - Pandit Jeevan Gautamji

Karva Chauth

Karva Chauth will be celebrated in the temple on Sunday 24th October. Its a one day festival celebrated annually by married Hindu women in which

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Durga Ashtami

Durga Ashtami celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil demon Mahishasura. This auspicious festival will be celebrated on Wednesday 13th October in the

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Bhagwati Ki Chownky

Mr Keemti Lal and Mrs Pushpa Prabhakar cordially invite all bhakts to Bhagwati Ki Chownky on Saturday 9th October 2021. Bhajan kirtan from 04:30 PM

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Gallery of Our Recent Events of 2021

Our Members

Ashok NairChairperson
Kamal Jit SharmaVice Chairperson
Jyoti ThakurSecretary
Puneet Kumar TyagiAssistant Secretary
Suresh TailorTreasurer
Natwarlal TaylorAssistant Treasurer
Baldev Krishan BhardwajManaging Director
S BalakrishnanDirector
Kumarvel KurusamyDirector
Mukesh ChawlaDirector
Ramesh GoyalDirector
Phoolan BaldevDirector
Santosh GuptaDirector
Ramesh Kumar BatraDirector
Jeevan GautamPandit