About the Temple
The Temple is open:
Week days (and Canada holidays)
8:30 to 10:30 am; 5:30 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
Community Bill Board
Shepherds of Good Hope
(2nd Saturday of the
month) contact Virendra Sahni
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
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Past Health Seminars
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.
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Akhand Ramayan Paath
Our heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers who participated in this 24 hour event over the weekend Oct 24 - 25.
Brahmavidya Day November 1, 2020
Every year we celebrate Brahmavidya Day by reading in Sanskrit Bhagvat Geeta and the 6 Upanishads that we read in the Temple. This year this event will be on line immediately following Rudram chanting at the same web link Join Temple Live Broadcast.
If you would like to read a chapter of Bhagvat Geeta or an Upanishad (or a portion thereof), please send us an email. The scripture with sandi vichhed to breakdown long words is posted on our website.
Devotees can participate in Rudram chanting every Sunday morning at 8 am by clicking on the above link. A copy is of the scripture is available here. We ask that you mute your microphone to avoid any noise and rhythm mismatch.
Few bhajans: Hey Naath Om namo bhagvate Mile Sur Radhe Krishna Govinda Lagan lage Mera chola rang de
Scripture reading will resume when the Temple is fully open. In the meantime devotees can listen to the broadcast here.
Pranayam classes are now held on line:
Wednesday and Friday 8:00 to 9:30am
Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 10:30am
If you wish to participate, please send an email to email@example.com to get login details.
We also read Hari Geeta and Sunderkaand monthly from 9:00 am to noon
e-pooja is available for all services provided by the Temple. Please call the Temple to book a time and get further information.
The Temple now accepts E-Transfers. This can be for a one-time contribution or regular contributions. Please E-Transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate using a credit card, click on the Donate button below and follow instructions. A short message can be entered with your donation including your email so we can send you a receipt.
A copy of the Newsletter is available. Please click on the link above to download your copy. We do not plan to mail any Newsletters
We do not share email addresses, nor use it for any other purpose than to notify you of Temple activities.
Health seminar on Sunday, March 15 is cancelled in response to government guidelines to contain spread of Corona virus covid-19. We will provide an update as soon as there is a change.
Bhajans singing on Sunday 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 email@example.com
Dhaval Kumar Purohit
Bhushan Lal Seth
Sohan Lal Arora
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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This page was last updated on Thursday, 22 October 2020.