Place Category: Hindu Temples
Hindu Temple Association Of Eastern Iowa
The Easter Iowa Hindu Temple Association was established and incorporated as non-profit corporation under the Iowa non-profit corporation Act, Chapter 504A, 1999.
Weekday :10:00AM-12:30PM & 5:30PM-8PM.
Thursday, closed unless specified in Calendar.
Weekend :9:30AM-1PM & 5:30PM-8PM. Saturday Suprabatham : 9:30AM.
Kundali or Jataka Chakra for kids
Vadamala Seva for Anjaneya
Hair Offering (Chaula Karma)
Hiranya or Sankalpa Shraddham
Traditional or Pinda Shraddham
Kalyanotsavam or Mangal Vivah for God
Homa/Havan (Mrityunjaya, Ganapahty, Rudra, Chandi etc)
Bhoomi Pooja (Ground Breaking)
House Warming (Graha Pravesham)
House Warming with Navagraha Shanthi or
Satyanarayana Puja & Ganapathi Homa
Wedding (Guidelines for Ceremony)
Upanayanam (Sacred Thread Ceremony)
Shashtipoorthi (60th Birthday)
An important aspect of Hinduism is to educate our Youth about our culture and religion. The Hindu temple of Eastern Iowa achieves this through our unique program, Vidyalaya. The focus of this program is to help our youth understand our rich Hindu culture, our scriptures, rituals and Dharma. This program aids an individual to become a better person and advance in their spiritual Saadana. Parents are welcome to join along and benefit from this program.
classes are held weekly on sundays from 10am-11.30am at the hindu temple.
Three levels in Hindu Temple Association Of Eastern Iowa programs and curriculum is designed appropriate to the group.
The Bala Vidyalaya
Curriculum topics included are:
Yoga, SrimadBhagavat Gita, Sanskrit, Slokas and Bhajans, Epic stories: Mahabharata, Ramayana, SrimadBhagavatam, Dashavatar,
Festivals of India, Hindu Culture, Hanuman Chalisa and Vishnu Sahasranama, Origins of Hinduism, Vedanta.