Place Category: Hindu Temples
The design of Char Dham Hindu Temple in The Woodlands, Texas is modeled after the Char Dham temples (Char means four, and Dham means Temple) located at four corners of India today – Jagannath Dham at Puri in the East, Dwarakanath Dham at Dwarka in the West, Badrinath Dham at Badrinath in the North, and Rameswaram Dham at Rameswaram in the South.
Char Dhams are regarded as extremely sacred to all Hindus and pilgrimage to the Char Dhams at least once in a lifetime is a dream come true for Hindu devotees. It is further believed that Adi Shankaracharya purposefully established these four Dhams in four corners of India during the 8th century, in an attempt to revive the Hindu religion and unify all Hindus across the country.
As we embark upon the construction phase of the Char Dham Hindu Temple in The Woodlands, Texas, we would like to hold a special prayer ceremony and offer a limited number of bricks dedicated in the name of our devotees and their families to be built into the temples and be remembered through the life of the temple. Family must download the form and mail it to Char Dham Hindu Temple.
The Char Dham Hindu Temple in The Woodlands is a unique temple with all the four temples in one location, and the only one of its kind in the world.
Char Dham Hindu Temple
SKAI foundation is pleased to announce that it will construct, operate, and maintain “Char Dham Hindu Temple” in The Woodlands, TX. The site is located on S.H. 242, at the intersection with Northway Drive, about three miles west of Interstate 45 North. There will be four worship centers, called “Char Dham”. They are: Badrinath, Dwarka, Jagannath, and Rameshwaram. Besides four worship centers there will be a multi-use cultural center, a Yoga Center, and Priest quaters.
The construction will begin sometime early this year, 2015, and is estimated to be completed by the end of this year.