Shree Ghanapathy Temple

Forthcoming Festivals

Aadi Pooram - 7pm Sunday 16 August 2015:

Special Ceremony for Goddess Ambal 

Chandi Homam - 9am Sunday 18 October 2015:

As part of the Temple Navarathri celebrations, the Chandi Homam (fire-offering) will be performed at the Temple to invoke the blessings of the Mother Goddess in Her forms as Mother Kali, Mother Lakshmi and Mother Saraswathi.

The rituals will be focussed around the Devi Mahatmyam, an ancient hymn found in the Markandeya Purana. The Homam (Havan - sacred fire ceremony) will also include a special Abhisheikham to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Ambal. 

The Chandi Homam (Havan) is a public Ubhayham (open to all devotees to sponsor). If you wish to participate or require further details, please contact the Temple priest

Welcome to Shree Ghanapathy Temple 

 

The Shree Ghanapathy Temple is one of the most innovative Hindu Temples of its kind. 

Since our opening in 1981 we have developed an unparalleled approach to serving the Hindu community in London whilst also contributing and supporting the multi-cultural and diverse country that we live in.

 

The Temple is open all day, every day, seven days a week, 365 days a year

Saturday to Thursday: 09.00 - 22.00; 

Friday: 08.30 - 22.30

 

Daily Services: 10.00, 12.00, 17.00 & 20.00

 

The best way to visit the Temple is by public transport:
Nearest stations: Haydons Road (3 minutes walk); Wimbledon (15 minutes walk).
The 200 Bus Route stops within 1 minute walk.
For help with planning your journey, visit TFL Journey Planner

 

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Education

In addition to our Sunday School, Hinduism and Tamil, we offer Carnatic vocal and traditional instrument classes  

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Innovation

A first in Europe: We have founded the 23rd Wimbledon Scout Group. A fully incorporated part of Scouting UK

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Community Focus

Our volunteers undertake a huge range of activities within the local community.

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