Hindu Jain Temple Of Las Vegas
Hindu Jain Temple Of Las Vegas in 2002 1st Anniversary Celebration on April 26-28. Sri Balaji and Sri LakshmanPranaPratishtha2nd raffle held on September 7th .In 2005 4th Anniversary CelebrationNavagraha Mandir Project Construction – Project Manager Gondy Bhaskar Rao Bhoomi Pooja for Navagraha Mandir was performed on April 30th 5th fundraiser held on September. .30th.8thAnniversary Celebration Sri Mahalakshmi Homam on April 25-26 Tree Planting Ceremony (Banyan Tree and Bodhi Tree) on June 18 Phase II Project – Panditji Residence, Basement Hall and Main Temple Remodel – completed on August 16.
In 2010 9th Anniversary Celebration Sri Lakshmi Narayan Homam.In 2010 10th Anniversary Celebration Sankata Nasana Ganapathi Yanthra Pooja Homam on April 30 – May 1. Spring Mela for 10th Anniversary Solar Panels Project – $350,000 Grant from NV Energy – Project Manager Rao Gondy In 2012 Panditji Brijesh Kumar Raval hired as the 2nd Priest from Ahmedabad, India. 11th Anniversary Celebration .Phase III Project – Panditji Residence and Kitchen Upgrade – Project Manager Rao Gondy In 2013 Phase III Project – Panditji Residence and Kitchen Upgrade Completed 12th Anniversary Celebration – Sri Chakra Puja.
Our Deities: Bhagwan Shiva — Parvati, Bhagwan Ganapati,Bhagwan Balaji,Bhagwan Radha Krishna,Ram-Sita and Lakshman with Hanuman,Bhagwati Durga,Jain Parivar,Navagraha.
The Mission of theHindu Jain Temple Of Las Vegas is
To maintain a formal place of worship for the practice of Hindu / Jain religion.
To promote religious, moral, and spiritual growth for children, adults, and seniors based on Hindu / Jain scriptures.
To provide a place for all regardless of ethnicity and background to practice and learn about Indian culture, traditions, and values.
The Society will accomplish its Mission through the following activities:
Prayer sessions, worshiping of deities, pujas, religious ceremonies.
Sunday school classes on Hindu /Jain scriptures pertaining to religious culture, and moral values.
Programs for adult spiritual growth including readings, discussions of Geeta, meditation, Kirtan, yoga, etc.
Celebration of Indian cultural events.
Classes on the Hindi language.
Opportunities for youth leadership, mentoring, and volunteerism.
Summer camps for children.
Establishment of charitable foundations to promote the missions set up by the society.
Programs/support groups to benefit the needy in the community.
Monday to Friday
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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