Amid significant rise in COVID infections, public visit to the temple is suspended from 3/1/2021 to 13/1/2021 in order to help reduce the spread of infection in our community and maintain the safety of the public.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope to open the temple for Shankranthi on the 14th of January. Thank you for your understanding.
Online Telecast of Live Pooja via YouTube channel between 10 t 10:30am and 6 to 6:30pm everyday.
Schedule for January 2021 special Abhishekm between 9.30 to 10.30
3/1/2021 Sunday – Maa Durga
9/1/2021 Saturday – Sri Venkateswara Swamy (Ekadasi)
10/1/2020 Sunday – Shri Mahaveer Hanuman (Hanuman Jayanthi)
14/1/2021 Thursday -Shri Kasi Viswanatha Swamy (Sankranti/ Pongal)
23/1/2021 Saturday – Shri Subramanya Swamy (Thai Krithigai)
24/1/2021 Sunday – Shri Kasi Viswanatha Swamy (Pradosa)
31/1/2021 Sunday – Shri Maha Ganapathy
Please contact 07859036185 for booking special Pooja and Abhishekam.
- New Year Pooja
- Opening Hours and Special Pooja
- Navaratri 2020
- Raksha Bandhan 2020
- COVID-19 Information
- COVID-19 – Closure of Temple premises
- AHTT Newsletter – Winter 2020
- AHTT Newsletter
- Aberdeen Hindu Association (AHA) – Ganesh Chaturthi 2019
- Old Stoneywood Church, Bankhead Road, Aberdeen, AB21 9HQ
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With great pleasure we inform that the temple priest is available for services from the end of this month.
This will mean the temple can soon be open to public in line with the COVID regulations according to the level of lockdown. More details to follow.
Raksha Bandhan 2020
In early September I had the great honour of representing the Community Council at the Raksha Bandhan festival in the new Hindu Temple on Bankhead Avenue. The word Raksha means protection, whilst Bandhan
is the verb to tie. Traditionally, during this festival, sisters tie a rakhi, a bracelet made of interwoven red and gold threads, round their brothers’ wrists to celebrate their relationship. Today the festival has developed and representatives from the three armed services were present. Although, due to social distancing, it wasn’t possible to physically tie the rakhis, this was an opportunity to say a big thank you for the protection that the Army, Navy and Airforce offer our society as the rakhis and other gifts were handed over.
I really appreciated the opportunity to see inside the temple, which is lovely, and to see how it is developing into a very impressive space. I am delighted that when restrictions allow, the members of Hindu Temple are keen for the building to be used by all the community.
Bucksburn and Newhills Community Council.