Welcome to Bhartiye Mandir Sydney
Bhartiye Mandir trust was first established in 1994. This Hindu Temple is located in the inner west suburb of Regents Park, approximately, 15 minutes walk from the train station. It is a place of worship, social gathering and celebrating cultural activities as outlined by Sanatan Dharam Sabha of Australia. The building is an old church which is the main place of worship and there is a peripheral building used for catering purpose. Read ‘About Us’ for our vision statement.
Please bring your family and friends and join us for Ram Katha every Friday. If you wish, you can bring offerings of flowers and Prasadam.
You can also invite our Ramayan Mandali to provide a more intimate RAMAYAN Katha at your place. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
DEEPAWALI 2019 Celebrations
Date: Friday, 25th October
Time: 7.00 – 9.00 pm
Occasion: Laxmi Pooja
This Friday we wont be having our usual Ramayan Katha Programme. Instead, we will be having a special Maha Laxmi Pooja which is one of the important rituals performed during Diwali Pooja. From Goddess of wealth, we seek light of love, Peace and Prosperity for everyone and this World.
Kibo Mandir is cordially inviting your family members, children and your friends to join us on this pious day. Everyone is encouraged to dress up for the celebration in their traditional Indian costumes. Special Sursuriya and pataka events will be hosted for kids entertainment. Year 2019 has been a special challenging year for all of us and especially for this Mandir. So lets all get together for this celebration and be united for one and all.
Prasadam and Maha Prasadam will be provided.
Normal Mandir Hours
Please be informed that the normal Friday Evening programme will continue over the coming festive season as follows:
7.00 pm Mandir Opens
7:30 pm Puja
7:50 pm Aarthi
8.00 pm Ramayan Katha
8.45 pm Shanti
9:00 pm Prasad and Maha Prasad (ie Dinner is provided)
10:15pm Mandir closed
On the other days, the Mandir will remain closed unless it is a special event such as Ram Naumi, Krishna Astmi, Shiv Ratri or Navratri.
Jai Sita Ram.