Upcoming Event – MAHA SHIVRATRI
Duration: Friday 5th March to Thursday 11th March.
Friday 12th March – Special Hawan Pooja.
Time: 7.00 – 9.00 pm
Lets celebrate together and sanctify ourselves during this very auspicious lunar calendar leading to Maha Shiv Ratri Day. Read the Blog on the meaning of Shiv Ratri.
Important COVID-19 Announcement
Sita Ram Everyone,
With the announcement of COVID-19 restrictions easing in NSW, Mandir is now open for Friday prayers and service activities. As per NSW Health guideline “It is still mandatory to wear a mask in some indoor settings such as places of public worship.” So please donot forget to bring your mask when attending the service.
As we venture into 2021 we pray to Prabhu Ram for his protection, blessing and guidance for each one of you. Please donot hesitate to reach out to the President or Secretary for any question or feedback.
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.
Latest Updates – Bhajan Sangra
Check our “Useful Links” for Tambura Bhajan recordings from leading Singers in Fiji
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.