The Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton 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 was built in accordance with ancient Hindu Shilpa and Agama Shastras (Science of Temple Construction) and accommodates Sree Kovils for 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, strives to be a pillar of social cohesion, aside from being the spiritual epicenter for the Hindus of North America.
We are looking for a group of eager young volunteers to help with various tasks during the 2 week long ceremonies. These tasks will be crucial to the success..read more
Ayyappa Pooja on June 1 at 4.30 pm. Navagraha Pooja on June 15 at 10.30 am. Pongāla on June 16 at 10 am. Umamaheshwara Pooja on June 17..read more
Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton has made arrangements for its out-of-town devotees to receive special discounts on hotel room rates during their visit.read more
Watch the interview broadcasted recently on the Madhurageetham radio channel. Read the Pratishtta news article on Sanghamam online.read more
Dedicating few gems, seeds and minerals into small nine grooves of “Nampumsaka Sila” is called “Ratnanyāsam”. Devotees can perform “Ratnanyāsam” …read more
Temple will be conducting a series of Seminars by Thirumeni to explain the details and significance of the various Prathishtta rituals.read more
Attending and participating in this once in a life time divine rituals and festivities of Maha Pratishtta will be unforgettable for you and your family.read more
In preparation for the Maha Prathistta in July, the Temple will be conducting Nāmajapam sessions each month between January and June…read more
Following the grand consecration of deities, ഉത്സവം, the Temple Festival, will be celebrated in a grand way from July 11 to July 16.read more
The rituals of മഹാപ്രതിഷ്ഠ, the grand consecration of deities, will be performed over a period of nine days from July 3 to July 11, 2019.read more
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…]