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New Temple

The Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton will be built close to the intersection of Country side Drive and Torbram Road in Brampton. The temple is the fulfillment of a dream, the dream of all devotees of Lord Guruvayurappan who wished to see the Lord in his divine form, without crossing the seven seas. To make this a reality a large number of devotees and volunteers have spent countless hours and effort. Lord Krishna in his abundant radiance will be filling us with grace and prosperity in the years to come.


This unique temple which will be built in accordance with ancient Hindu Shilpa and Agama Shastras (Science of Temple Construction) is planned to accommodate Sree Kovils for only Guruvayurappan, Ganapathy, Sastha, and Devi as at the temple at Guruvayoor, Kerala. There will be Chuttambalam, Thidappally, Valiambalam, Valia Balikkallu, and Chuttu Vilakku – perhaps the only Temple to have all these elements outside India. This temple, it is hoped, will be a pillar of social cohesion, aside from being the spiritual epicenter for the Hindus of North America.

Worship of the Lord and poojas are conducted presently at our temporary facility at 125 Father Tobin Road, Units 5 & 6, Brampton, ON, L6R 3K2.

Archived news


Temple artisans (5 of them) from Kerala, led by Thirunavaya Shanmughan will arrive in Toronto on 4th November to commence work on the sreekovils.

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Upcoming Events – October 2017

14 Oct Sat.          Sarpa Bali 15 Oct Sun.         Ekadashi 7 pm – Vishnu Sahasranaama Parayanam 17 Oct Tue.         Pradosham 18 Oct Wed.        Deepawali 20 Oct Fri.           Ganapati Homam                             Bhagwati Seva 21 Oct Sat.          Navagraha...

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The Temple will be conducting SARPABALI on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 6:00 PM. Sarpabali is undertaken for the invocation of Lord Shiva along with Sarpas through the power of Mantras as well as rituals. Participating in this ritual, it is believed, will take care...

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Navaratri & Vijayadashami Sangeetolsavam

Navaratri has begun on September 20 (Wednesday) and Vijaya Dashami is on Saturday, September 30. Temple will be conducting "SANGEETOLSAVAM" in conjunction with Navaratri and Vijaya Dashami. Musicians, students and anyone who can sing classical songs and keerthans  can...

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Stephen Llewellyn Trail Cleanup – Fall-2017

Please mark this date on your calendar and join us with your family and friends - kids are most welcome! The details are as follows: Date:              Sunday, October 8, 2017 Time:              2:30 pm to 4:00 pm ["rain or shine"] Venue:            Parking lot,...

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Vijayadashami & Vidyarambham

Wednesday, September 20: – Navarathri arambham – Navarathri begins Wednesday, September 27: Poojaveypu  Please bring your books, or any item which you are using for work or to learn, to the Temple before 7 pm on this day. 7:15 pm (after Deeparadhana) - Pooja for Guru...

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Shobha Yatra

Children and parents attended the Shobha Yatra procession from our current temple to the new temple dressed up as Krishna, Gopasthree, Kuchela, Radha, Yashoda, etc. Everyone participated in the aarati at the Shadadhara Prathishta in the new site and chanted slokam...

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Ashtami Rohini

Ashtami Rohini (Sree Krishna Jayanthi) is on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.   Ashtami Rohini is an annual celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna’s Star is Rohini with Krishna Ashtami Thithi in the month of Chingam. This year devotees will have a unique...

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Saraswatha Pushpanjali and Saraswathi Pooja

In preparation for the new academic year, the temple will be conducting Saraswatha Pushpanjali and Saraswathi Pooja on Monday, September 4 . This pooja is specifically performed by students of all ages to seek the blessings of Goddess Saraswathi, the goddess of...

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Wish you all a very happy & prosperous Onam! Thiruvonam is on Sunday, September 3, 2017. Temple is conducting Thrikala Pooja on the occasion of Thiruvonam. Devotees can co-sponsor Thrikala pooja for $31.00 on this auspicious day. Devotees can also order Bhagavan’s...

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The Medallion

The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GTB) has minted an exclusive and unique medallion. A very limited quantity of only 1500 serially numbered medallions has been made. These exquisite pieces have the intricately detailed image of Lord Guruvayurappan. [read more…]

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