Samarpan Hindu Temple Philadelphia
Samarpan Hindu Temple is a place to worship for Hindus. Let us pray together to spread peace, love, humility, brotherhood, equality and unity. Samarpan Hindu Temple is a place to worship for Hindus and offers a facility for a cultural center for the community. Samarpan Hindu Temple is a multi-deity temple, which has main deity of Shri Radha Krishna along with Lord Ganeshji, Shri Mahavir Swami, Shiva-Parvatiji, Ma Durga, Ram Darbar and Hanumanji. Other Activities include classes on Indian languages, religion and spirituality, and Yoga. The facility has a kitchen, dining hall, and large auditorium with a stage for weddings, cultural programs and other celebrations.
Shoes are not allowed inside the Mandir Prayer Hall.
All adults are requested to refrain from wearing short clothes in the Mandir Prayer Hall.
All food and drinks are not allowed inside the Mandir.
Smoking is prohibited in the Mandir
It is necessary to leave the premises neat and clean.
Your active participation is needed and always appreciated.
Deities: Ganesh, Mahavir Swami, Shiv-Parvati, Radha-Krishna, Durga Ma, Ram Darbar, Hanumanji
Winter Darshan Hours
December 1, 2014 – March 15, 2015
Monday Thru Friday
8:00am to 10:00am
5:30pm to 7:30pm**
Saturday & Sunday
8:00am to 7:30pm
Morning Aarti: 8:45am to 9:00am Everyday
Evening Thaal and Aarti: 6:30pm Everyday
Shiv Abhishek every Monday at 06:30 PM
Bhajans – every 1st Saturday of the Month – 5 pm
Sundarkand – every 3rd Saturday of the Month – 4 pm
Parsvanath Puja – every 1st Sunday of Month – 10 am
Snatra Puja – every 2nd Sunday of the Month – 10 am
Medical Camp – every 2nd Sunday morning of the Month