മഹാപ്രതിഷ്ഠ (Maha Pratishttha) on July 8, 2019
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.
Ceremonial handing over of Guruvayurappan’s idol (bimbam) was performed on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 4 pm (Indian Standard Time) at the Mannarassala Temple in Kerala under the leadership of and rituals by our Tirumeni Brahmasri Kariannur Divakaran Nambudiri.
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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You can sponsor Thookku Vilakku (traditional brass hanging lamps) with your name engraved at its base, for $51. These thookkuvilakku will adorn the Sreekovils after the grand Prathishttha.
Kalabham will be performed on the last day of Mandalam (December 26) at 9 am. Mahaganapathy Homam will be performed at the temple on New Year’s Day at 7 am
The Ayyappa Pooja has been rescheduled from Saturday December 15 (as shown on the Temple calendar) to facilitate devotees who are not able to participate on Saturdays.
Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton will be celebrating the 41 days of Mandalam from November 16, 2018 to December 26, 2018 with special poojas and bhajans.
Ceremonial handing over of Guruvayurappan’s idol was performed on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 4 pm (Indian Standard Time) at the Mannarassala Temple in Kerala
Devotees have an opportunity to dedicate Nilavilakku – the traditional holy lamp, with their name engraved on its base, for an offering of $81. These lamps will be used at the Temple …
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 …