Building a new temple based on Agama Sastra in Gungahlin District, Canberra

By: Dr Krishna Nadimpalli, Hindu Canberra Mandir.

The Canberra Hindu Mandir (CHM) follows agama shastra architecture under the guidance of Sri Venkateswara Vedic University, Tirupati, India.  CHM has been registered in 2014 to provide a place of worship for the Hindu practicing residents of Gungahlin region in Canberra.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has offered 6000 sq.m land located at Hoffman Street, Moncreiff, ACT 2914. In order to get the title of the land, government has asked CHM to demonstrate the financial viability of the community to construct the temple before June 2019.

The proposed temple consists of a complex of Shrines dedicated to Shiva Parivar, Vishnu Incarnations and Guru. There is a provision for a Event/Utsav Hall and a vegetarian cafe.

Devotees contributions and support will help us build a temple for all Hindu Practitioners in Gungahlin. 

 Crowdfunding – Any person can donate the funds through https://www.gofundme.com/canberra-hindu-mandir.  Please forward this link to your friends in local and overseas.  

Further CHM offers many services for the devotees and donors including Foundation Bricks, Foundation Pooja, Sponsor Deities, Sponsor Chants and Building Donation (Tax Free for Australians).   More details of the following services can be found at https://www.hindumandir.org.au/fundraising 

 

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