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Krishnaarchana is a humble offering to Lord Guruvayurappan (Sri Krishna). The third issue of Krishnaarchana, the Vishu issue (April 2023), is now available as a digital version. You can also order a print copy.


Donations and monthly pledges are a popular way of contributing to the temple. Find out more by clicking button below.



The temple has arranged with Charities Aid Foundation America (CAF) for receiving donations from our devotees in the USA.

Guruvayurappan 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.


Book poojas / other services online. Basic information is required as the temple may need to contact you. Payments are channelled through the secure PayPal process.

For outcalls or service requests outside the temple fill up the form and submit. The temple will contact you based on the availability of the priests and the dates.

Live Streams

Watch live events from the temple. Deeparadhana is streamed live every day from 7 to 7:15 pm EST/EDT. 

Udayasthamana Pooja

Offering Udayasthamana Pooja is one the most popular and favorite offering to Lord Guruvayurappan. The temple conducts this pooja only on certain days during the year because of the elaborate arrangements needed.

You can contact temple to book this Pooja. If you already booked this Pooja, temple will contact you and offer you potential dates for you to pick your convenient date.

Other Temple Information

Location, contact information, managers, temple and office hours, Pooja timings, subscription, WhatsApp group, and map to the temple can be found here.

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