Upcoming Event

NAVRATRI Festivity Starting October 17th at 7pm.

The word Navratri is derived from Sanskrit, meaning nine nights – Nava (nine) Ratri (night). … In the East and various parts of North east India, Navratri is celebrated as Durga Puja, where the festival symbolizes the victory of Goddess Durga over demon Mahishasura, signifying the victory of good over evil.

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Important COVID-19 Announcement

For Durga Ashtami, the participants are required to register in advance via SMS to Inderjit or Mukesh as per the contact details provided. In accordance with the advice given by NSW Health, Safety plans has been deployed by the Mandir Committee and participants registration is mandatory.

About Us

Sita Ram.

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.

Normal Mandir Hours

Please be informed that the normal Friday evening programme is 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.

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