GTA News Roundup
News coverage of Koti Archana at the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton on media channels.
Welcome to our new temple!
After a long wait, we have moved to the new temple building at 2580 Countryside Dr., Brampton, ON L6R 3T4, with some important rituals, poojas, and cultural events.
To be eligible for mortgage, the temple needs cash flow from monthly pledges totalling at least $25,000 a month.
This is a land mark event! Fruition of our long-cherished dream! Our own Temple has become a reality!
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The month of Karkkitakam starts on July 16. The Temple will be conducting Ganapathy Homam and Bhagavathy Seva for the first 12 days of Karkkitakam.
Margi Madhu and his team “Nepathya” (currently the most prominent Koodiyattam artists – recognized by UNESCO) are performing at our Temple on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 3 pm
7 July Sat.
4.30 pm Ayyappa Pooja
9 July Mon. Ekadashi
Aravana Payasam prasadam will be available at the temple. Devotees can purchase a 250ml container of Aravana prsadam for a contribution of $10, from the office during the temple hours.
From 1 January 2018 the listed Pooja rates have changed.
These are the latest rates and takes precedence over any lower rates mentioned elsewhere on the website.
Video excerpts from the program “GTA News Roundup” that appeared on the local TV news channel.
Donations and loans
We are really grateful to the following donors who have supported the Temple Building Project by way of donations and interest bearing loans during the past few years. read more …
Management and Reporting
The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GToB) is run by the members through a Board of Directors, elected yearly. The Board is authorized to set administrative policies and guides the Management Committee. read more …
Thirumeni (Chief priest)
Shri Divakaran Namboothiri is the Chief priest and Thantri of the Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton. He hails from Kariannur Mana. The family members. read more …
The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GToB) has minted an exclusive and unique medallion. A very limited quantity of only 1500 serially numbered medallions has been made. read more …