Tri-State Hindu Temple Newburgh

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Place Category: Hindu TemplesPlace Tags: Ganesh, Vinayagar, and Ganapati

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  • Tri-State Hindu Temple Newburgh

    Tri-State Hindu Temple Newburgh, Inc. of Evansville, Indiana is a newly formed non-profit entity to serve the religious needs of their community. Their community consists of approximately 250 families of Indian origin, residing in a 50-mile radius of Evansville, Indiana, including the states of Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois.

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    Puja / Service

    Archana in Temple
    Aarti In Temple
    Sahasranamarchana(1000 Ganesh names recital)
    Vehical Pooja (Car Pooja)
    Hair Offering (Mundan)
    Ganesha Abhishekam(Temple Sponsor)
    Ganesha Abhishekam(Pvt. Sponsor)
    Homam / Havan *
    Namakaranam (Naming Ceremony)
    Anna Prashanam (First Food Feeding)
    Upanaynam (Thread Ceremony)
    Wedding (Per day)
    Sashtipoorthi (60th Birthday Celebrations)
    Engagement
    Seemantam (Baby Shower)
    Sundarakand Path/ Durga Sapata Shanti path
    Shanti Path
    Shradh or Pitru tarpan (Shradham )
    Bhoomi Pooja (Ground Breaking Pooja)
    New Bussiness Opening
    Gruha Pravesh (House warming)
    Navagraha Pooja/ Havan
    Ganesha/Saraswati/Lakshmi ect. Poojas
    Funeral Services
    Mataki Chowke / Devi Jagaran
    Birthday/Wedding Anniversary Special Pooja
    Satyanarayan Pooja Katha/ Devi Pooja
    Satyanarayan Pooja Katha/ Devi Pooja (Temple Sponsor)
    Vara Maha Laxmi Pooja

    Tri-State Hindu Heritage School

    Activities will include the following, and are not limited to shlokas, meditation, yoga, bhajans, and prayers.
    The curriculum will incorporate Hindu values, Hindu epics (Ramayana, Mahabharata, etc.), and other commonly taught Hindu stories within our culture. These will include discussions of Hindu scriptures (Gita, Upanishads, etc.), festivals and their significance.

    Children may also participate in local community activities representing our temple. Children may be divided into groups for more age appropriate discussions and activities as necessary.

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