Welcome to Shree Ghanapathy Temple

JOINING THE WORLD IN PRAYER

The Shree Ghanapathy Temple is one of the most innovative Hindu Temples of its kind. Since our opening in 1981 we have developed an unparalleled approach to serving the Hindu community in London whilst also contributing and supporting the multi-cultural and diverse country that we live in.

Special Information

Upcoming Festivals

Ghanapathy Homam – Sunday, 21st January 2024 from 8am

Thai Poosam – Thursday, 25th January 2024

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Please make the bookings via the booking page.

Please contact the temple for more information.

We will live stream key ceremonies – please check our Facebook page for our broadcast schedule.

Temple General Opening Hours:

Monday to Sunday: 9am – 9.30pm

ALL special ceremonies & Main Poojas will be LIVE STREAMED (via our YouTube & Facebook pages)

Please wash your hands upon entering and leaving the temple and more frequently when you are visiting us. There is a handwash sink and also free sanitiser stations within the temple and adjoining halls.

The temple and Sai Mandir and teaching areas have high rate air supply and extraction systems. Fresh air is brought in at roof level before being distributed throughout the worship spaces. Stale air is removed separately via multiple extractor fans.

Contactless or card payments are accepted.

Particularly on busy days please respect other devotees, keeping your distance where you can. On festival days we will operate pre-booking systems with fast-track entry. All of our main festivals will be live streamed. For our schedule please see our Facebook page.

You can make a booking for an Archanai, or other service using our on-line booking system.

The Shree Ghanapathy Temple has been operating as a Hindu place of worship for over 35 years. From its first service on Sunday 12th September 1981. The Shree Ghanapathy Temple has grown and adapted to the changing needs of our Hindu Community. The focus has shifted. over the decades, to meet the changing needs of the devotees – from that of purely religious worship, to a more holistic approach in providing for the spiritual. moral and emotional needs of the community. Our temple is fortunate to have a group of amazing volunteers, made up from some of the different groups who use the Temple and its facilities.
These volunteers are the cogs which keep the Temple moving and help to ensure that the Temple runs seamlessly throughout the year. The Temple was created to serve Lord Ganesha and His devotees-to give spiritual and emotional comfort to all those who need it. We have no fixed rates for basic religious services at the Temple. Our basic principle is that the Temple is open to all who wish to come and pray, regardless of wealth or status, social background or creed. The principle ethos that runs through all our work in the Temple is that “Makkal Sevai Mahesan Sevai” – “Service to Man is Service to God”.

DEDICATED TO WORSHIP

 Opening Hours

Monday – Sunday: 9am – 9.30pm

(please check special information above – for special ceremonies you may need to pre-book)

Click Here to access our bookings page

ALL special ceremonies will be LIVE STREAMED.

You can watch our ceremonies via our YouTube  channel or Facebook page

Joining the world in prayer - We have always been focussed on providing the best facilities we can for our devotees

“Makkal Sevai Mahesan Sevai” – “Service to Man is Service to God”

Support the Temple and our projects

There are many ways that you can help to create a legacy of Hindu faith and education for our future generations living here in the UK. If you would like to sponsor a part of the Moolasthanam (main shrine) or another part of the project, please contact us