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Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple I.S.S.O.

Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple I.S.S.O.


To reach the Hindu Temple, walk to the end of Estreham Road and straight across the next traffic lights (where you will see a sign for the Swaminarayan Hindu Temple).

Just before the far end of that road you will come to St Bartholomew’s Roman Catholic Church on the corner of Hepworth Road; it has an unusual layout and baptistery.

Continue walking for two minutes and on the corner of Colmer Road is the Hindu temple.

Background information

You can assemble in front of the Temple (the building was originally a church). This distinctive branch of Hinduism is the International arm of the original Swaminarayan Sampraday (Sect) Organisation, founded in Ahmedabad, India in the late eighteenth century. At the time of writing, the Temple is open  at 7am every day, with Aarti at 10am (it may be possible to be present, sitting quietly at the back, for part of this short act of worship). The Temple is always closed between midday and 4pm.

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