Place Category: Hindu Temples
Bellevue Hindu Temple and Cultural Center
Bellevue Hindu Temple and Cultural Center (BHTCC) is a non-profit organization formed in 2012 to meet the community’s growing need for a religious, spiritual and cultural center in King County. BHTCC operates in a convenient location to serve the community.
Bellevue, WA temple is located 14320 NE 21st Street, # 16, Bellevue, WA 98007. Bellevue Hindu Temple is conveniently located near the intersection of 140th Avenue NE and NE 21th Street in Bellevue, Washington. Nearest landmarks are Taj Palace Resturant and Dick’s Resturant Supply in Bellevue.
Their sister organization, Sanatan Dharma and Cultural Center is located in Kent, WA. The temple and the cultural center is located in downtown Kent at 25748 101st Ave SE, Kent, WA 98030 and is easily accessible by bus and by car with ample parking.
To preserve and protect the rich Hindu Cultural Heritage in our present and future generations To practice, promote and teach the Hindu religion and Hindu way of life To provide social services to the community, including counseling and non-emergency medical services
The BHTCC currently conducts religious ceremonies on all major religious festivals like Diwali, Durga Puja, Nrisimha Jayanthi, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganapati Mahotsav, Maha Shivaratri, Ram Navami and other Hindu festivals. It also organize individually sponsored events like Durga Jaagran, Ramayan Paath, and Shri Satyanarayan Puja etc. However, we still have a long way to go to fulfill the dream of a full scale temple and a center where we can perform religious, spiritual, social, cultural and educational activities.
The Board of Sanatan Dharma Temple would like to thank all the devotees for their continued support for expansion with opening of a new location in Bellevue, WA. With new Bellevue location, we serve additional members in Bellevue area and grow temple membership. We join several other Hindu temples in the greater Seattle area to meet needs of the growing Hindu community and offer personal attention.
The Temple is a non-profit organization run by devotees for devotees. The Temple’s primary income is through devotee donations and sponsorships. We urge all devotees to donate generously to the Temple so that we continue to serve your religious and cultural needs. We strive to provide even better programs to you. The temple serves in raising awareness of Hindus in the community. If fundraising efforts succeed, our project can be completed as soon as by end of this year.
Fund raising is the most important activity to get the Temple started as soon as possible. Board encourage everyone in the community to donate generously. Here are some of common questions we’ve tried to answer.