Garam garam fresh Jalebis ,fresh shakar parey, namkeen mathis and other Indian snacks. Reasonable price £6:00 per kg and £3:00 half kg. For sale in the temple on Wednesday 3rd Nov,2021 from 12:00pm to 07:00 pm and on Thursday4th November ,2021 from 10:00am to 04:00pm .Place your order now by contacting Mr Baldev Krishan ji on his mobile number 07840150251 or buy on the day from the temple .All proceeds will go to the temple charity.
Diwali will be celebrated on Sunday 7th November in the temple. Diwali commemorates Lord Rama’s triumphant return to the city of Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and after a heroic rescue of his wife Sita, an incarnation of the Goddess Laxmi. Celebrations are from 04:30 PM to 06:30 PM .
04:30PM to05:00PM—–Bhajan Kirtan by temple Devotees
05:00pm to 06:15pm —-Bhajan Kirtan by Pandit Haridas Shukla
06:15pm to 06:30pm—-Maha Aarti
Bhojan Parsad will be served from 05:00pm onwards For further information please contact :Head Priest Mr Shyam Natah Dahl 07448442847, Mr Baldev Krishen 7840150251 Managing Director, Ms. Jyoti Thakur 07424303028 Secretary,
R.S.V.P Mr.Ashok Nari Chairman ,Board of Directors ,Hindu Cultural Society of Bradford.Tel:01274 395603 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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 they observe a fast from sunrise to moonrise and pray for the well being and longevity of their husbands. Katha will be performed by our pandit ji between 03:30 PM to 07:30 PM. Temple will be open from 09:00 AM to 07:30 PM.
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 temple. Kanjak puja will be from 5 PM to 7 PM. Donations can be made to Mrs Gian Kaur and Mrs Janak Kapila. For further information please contact Baldev ji on 07448269808.
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In 1968 they formed the Hindu Cultural Society of Bradford and adopted a constitution to promote Hinduism in the region and to safeguard the interest of the Hindu Community. They started looking for a suitable place to establish a Worship Hall. But all there efforts were unsuccessful, as they could not find a suitable place, which they could have converted into a worship hall or a Temple.
Shree Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple
In July 1973, the Hindu Culture Society of Bradford managed to buy the 311-321 Leeds Road. Planning permission was obtained from the Bradford Metropolitan Council to establish this Worship place for the Hindus of Bradford and the surrounding areas. The prominent members of the community such as Mr K.K Mittal, Mr Tirth Ram, Mr P.N Chawla, Mr Saxena and Mr Bholla gave personal guarantees to the bank to obtain the necessary loan to buy this building. The community members worked very hard to clean this building, to bring it to the standard, so that they could establish a place of Worship.