About the Temple
The Temple is open:
Week days (and Canada holidays)
8:30 am to 10:30 am
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday (and Hindu festivals, but NOT on Canada holidays)
8:30 am to 8:30 pm
Some useful links
How to deal with Death and Funerals
Havan is held at the Temple every second Sunday of the month from 3 to 6 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. For further details contact Mrs. Aeri 613-723-6724 or Temple 613-822-1531
Community Bill Board
Shepherds of Good Hope
(2nd Saturday of the
month) contact Virendra Sahni
Hindu Temple of Ottawa-Carleton Inc.
4835 Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1X 1G6
Welcome to the Hindu Temple of Ottawa-Carleton, a non-profit, religious organization, registered with Canada Revenue Agency, serving the religious needs of the community in the greater Ottawa area.
AKHAND RAMAYAN PAATH
will be held at the Temple starting on Saturday 23, 8 am and completing onSunday 24 Sept. 2017. We will read Tulsi Das ji's Ramcharitmanas, which is one of the most auspicious celebrations of Navaratri. Please participate at any convenient time-slot for the recitation of Ramcharitmanas. Please contact Mr. Manoj Mittal <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
For more information contact the Temple at 613-822-1531.
GLOBAL SRI Vishnu SahAsranama PARAYANA
The 10th Global Vishnu Sahasranama ( VSN) Parayana will be held at the Temple on Saturday 23rd September. The chanting will start exactly at 9:30 am to coincide with the corresponding start timings in other countries world wide. The VSN stotram will be chanted five times and will be followed by Arti and Prasad. Please participate and join the Global Satsang for Viswa Shanti and Kalyanam.For more details please contact Mrs. Rani Ravikanti at email@example.com
DEVI MAHATMYAM / SRI DURGA SAPTA SHATI PARAYAN and SRI NAVACHANDI YAGNYA
Devi Navaratri will be celebrated at the Temple with Devi Mahatmyam /Durga Saptashati Parayana on September 27,28 and 29 from 6 pm to 8 pm and will be concluded with NavChandi Yagnya starting at 9 am on Saturday 30 September 2017. This auspicious ceremony is performed to seek Durga Mata’s blessings for good health, prosperity and happiness for the family and for the World Peace. For more information about the programs and to indicate your participation please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brahma Vidya Day
Brahma Vidya Day will be observed in the Temple on Sunday October 8. On this day we read Srimad Bhagvat Gita and Isavasya, Keno, Kato, Mundaka, Taitteriya and Kaivalya Upanishads in Sanskrit. The reading will start at 9 am, interspersed with regular temple program and will be completed around 5 pm.
Names of interested devotees who wish to read will be posted at the entrance to Mahamandap, where you may add your name. Devotees may also send an email to email@example.com or call the Temple and leave their name and portion of the scriptures they will to read.
Health Seminars at the Temple
Seminars on Health Care are held at the Temple every month from 2 to 3 pm. Next seminar is on Sunday October 15, 2017.
Pranayam classes are held at the Temple from 10 am to 11:15 am every Sunday. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
We do not share email addresses, nor use it for any other purpose than to notify you of Temple activities.
Bhajans singing on Sunday Facility for Seniors Change in Use of Temple facilities Food Allergy Guidelines for Visit of religious person to Temple Hindu Cultural & Heritage Center List of Activities Temple open hours Temple Policies re: Wedding, Out of Town
Temple invites all children to "Bal Mandir" on Sundays at 12:10 PM for themed story times, Indian craft activities, shlokas, devotional music, and lots more. For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dhaval Kumar Purohit
Bhavani Shankar Sharma
Bhushan Lal Seth
Introduction to Bhagavat Gita, along with all the 18 chapters, Introduction to Upanishads, Isavasya Upanishad, Kato Upanishad, Keno Upanishad, Taittiriya Upanishad, Mundaka Upanishad and Kaivalya Upanishad are available on this site. Hard copies are available in the Temple Library to borrow. These can also be printed off the web.
Here is a transliterated version for those not familiar with Sanskrit. All Sanskrit words have transliterated words in English beside them.
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