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Shree Kodki Ganga Leva Patel Community (UK)

About Kodki


KODKI Gaam - located 11 km West of Bhuj ( Kutch, State of Gujarat, India )

Famous for it’s 'fiery' Lal marcha (red chillies) and Lila marcha (green chillies),

and the beautiful site of Shree Kodki Gangaji.

KODKI village of Bhuj Taluka is nested in a valley surrounded by the hills all the way round;


two roads have been cut to link Kodki with Manukva and Bhuj.


KODKI was originally a little settlement of Rebari and Maaldharis. (Nomadic tribe, whose main activity is cow herding).

Shree Kodki Ganga Leva Patel Community (UK)

About Kodki


KODKI Gaam - located 11 km West of Bhuj ( Kutch, State of Gujarat, India )

Famous for it’s 'fiery' Lal marcha (red chillies) and Lila marcha (green chillies),

and the beautiful site of Shree Kodki Gangaji.

KODKI village of Bhuj Taluka is nested in a valley surrounded by the hills all the way round;


two roads have been cut to link Kodki with Manukva and Bhuj.


KODKI was originally a little settlement of Rebari and Maaldharis. (Nomadic tribe, whose main activity is cow herding).

 The original name was Bhavanipur, names after the Maaldhari's family goddess Bhavani Maa.

 


Direct road link via Bhuj-Kodki road, distance 11 km. Place of Interest :- Khari Naadi (Deep River Gorge

Direct road link via Manukva-Kodki road, distance 3 km. Place of Interest: - Beautiful site of Shree Kodki Gangaji.

Shri Vallabh Nidhi UK

Welcome to Shri Vallabh Nidhi UK

Shri Vallabh Nidhi UK is a registered charity (Charity No: 277833). The administration and control of SVN UK and its assets are vested in a Board of Governors.


Keeping Hinduism as its prime focus, the charitable objects of SVN UK are to:

  • Advance the Hindu religion in accordance with the teaching of Shri Vallabh and in furtherance thereof to provide and maintain a temple for public religious worship and other religious charitable purposes.
  • Educate the public in the Hindu and English cultures.
  • Relieve poverty sickness and distress.
  • Promote religious welfare of Hindus in and furtherance thereof to provide guidance and advice.

In 1974, Shri Krishna Centre organized a 7 day sacred recital of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita. Shri Krishnashankar Shastriji was invited by Krishna Centre for the narration for the first time. Various halls and rooms were then rented for the gatherings in order to deliver comfort and space to the people. Inspired by the holy ambiance and spiritual devotion in the masses, Shastriji thought of building their own halls for the holy reciting as the Indian community did in East Africa.
It was in 1977 that this seed was germinated.

During his second trip, the celebration of fifth centenary was organized in reverent remembrance of Shrimad Vallabacharya. Such a prestigious occasion invited the idea of the grand establishment of temple which was further strengthened in July 1977 at the farewell function of Shri Shastriji at Ramanbhai Patel’s place in Chiswick when over 125 Vaishnav devotees from all over London proposed him to establish a Hindu temple in London.

The proposal of Shri Vallabh Nidhi was thus implemented under the name of Shri Vallabh Nidhi – U.K with Shastriji as its founder trustee. In order to strengthen the functioning of the institution, various office bearers and executives were appointed. The constitution was framed and the institution was registered as a charity by the trustees.

In the year of 1978, grand ceremony called Shri Yamuna Maharani Lotiji Mahotsave was organized which turned into a memorable celebration in Vaishnav Hindu community. The proposal for the installation of Sanatan Temple during the holy narration by Shastriji enhanced the spirit of celebration.

All the presents of the gathering was donated to the temple raising fund as was declared by Shastriji. The auspicious beginning was marked with the collection of £5,20,000 for the fund. The institution received registration as charity and was thus declared a charity institution.

In accordance with the above objects, the principal activity of SVN UK is the building up of the places of worship for the Hindu Community in the UK. To this end, SVN UK runs two temples, one in Ealing Road, Wembley, Middlesex and another in Whips Cross Road, London, E11.

SVN UK arranges periodic religious functions (Kathas and Saptas) and celebrates all the major festive days in the Hindu calendar.

In furtherance of the objects of SVN UK, the Board of Governors undertook a project to build the new temple in Wembley, Middlesex which was opened in May 2010. It has been built using ancient techniques based on Hindu scriptures. Famous spiritual leaders and forms of Gods from other religions are featured in the carvings

The temple covers 2.4 acres (9,700 sq m) on the Ealing Road and, at its highest point, is 66ft (20m) tall. Its bright sand-coloured walls stand out in stark contrast to the unassuming surroundings, thus spreading its spiritual aura.

The Faith

The Governors of Shri Vallabh Nidhi UK says that the temple provides a place of worship for all Hindus and welcome those of other faiths. Thus, the temple promotes a message of ‘big family’. The message being promoted is of Vasudev Kutumbakaum, a Hindu term to describe the world as one big family. Each morning and evening there are prayers at the temples in line with Hindu tradition.

  • Wembley Timings

    Open: 7:45AM to 8:00PM
    Aarti: 8:00AM - Morning
    7:00PM - Evening
    Rajbhog:
    12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM

Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple of UK

The Hindu Temple of Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) in Tividale is the culmination of deeply felt spiritual aspirations and one of the most remarkable achievements of the Hindu communities in the United Kingdom. The temple is set in a 21.5 acre site, with a number of different shrines and other facilities and it has grown over a 10-year period to become physically the largest South Indian temple precinct in Europe. Much more than simply a physical complex, it brings together a remarkably wide cross-section of Hindus into a vibrant, thriving organization, and is now recognized as one of the leading Hindu institutions in this country.

Current Temple opening Timings:
WeekDays Morning: 8.30 a.m - 1 p.m Evening: 4 p.m -9 p.m
WeekEnds Morning: 8.30 a.m - 2.30 p.m Evening: 4 p.m -9p.m

 

o Services of religious interest: The temple provides a wide range of services to enhance the devotees’ spiritual needs and development. These services can be pre-booked by clicking on the link below or by  contacting the temple office by phone or e-mail. The various services available are annaprasanam, tonsur, Sathyanarayana pooja etc.,
o Services of Social interest: The community hall can be used for the purpose of wedding by pre-booking by contacting the temple office. There are also pastoral care facilities available and dedicated volunteers are providing this service.
o Services to local community: The temple community hall is providing accommodation for the local PCTs to run their health clinics. Also the temple organizes annual event called the canal walk in which the people from all walks of life and all religions join together to do a walk along the canals as a part of multi-faith and health promotion event.

The temple is here to serve the people and we welcome your suggestions to improve our services according to your needs.

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Sri Mahalakshmi Temple

Temple Information: Lakshmi Narayana Trust was registered with Charity Commission (Charity Number 292677) in September 1985. Sri Mahalakshmi Temple was built in 1989 and was consecrated on 2nd February 1990. Sri Mahalakshmi Temple is located at 272 High street North (Corner of Kensington Avenue), Manor Park, London E12 6SA.

 

Direction Underground: Take East bound District / Hammersmith & City Line towards Barking Or Upminster and get down at EASTHAM Underground tube Station. Once you come out of the station, turn right at High Street North and walk towards Manor Park. Temple is located at High Street North, (4th Street) at the cornor of Kensington Avenue.



Direction Overground: Take East bound British rail from Stratford or Liverpool Street towards Romford Or Shenfield and get down at Manor Park station. Once you come out of the station, turn left and walk towards East Ham. Temple is located at High Street North at the cornor of Kensington Avenue. It will take 15 minutes to walk to the temple. Buses 474 or 101 (towards EastHam) are also frequent.



Direction Car: High Street north connects both Barking Road in EastHam and Romford Road in Manor Park.
If you are coming from outer London, easy route is via M25/M11/A13/A406. Romford Road (A118) is an exit at north circular road near Ilford. Barking Road is an exit at North Circular Road near Barking. If you are coming from inner London, easy route is either via A13 or A118 (Romford Road) or Barking Road.

Temple opening times is provided in the table below. If you want to perform archana, please come at least 15 minutes before the closing time. Annadhanam will be provided midday (around 12.30 PM) and evening around 08.30 PM every day. Annadhanam is sponsored by devotees.

Temple Opening Hours

Monday-Thursday              8AM to 1PM                   5PM to 9PM

Friday                               8AM to 1.30PM              5PM to9.30PM

Saturday                           8AM to 2PM                   5PM to 9.30PM

Sunday                             8AM to 2PM                   5AM to 9PM

 

 

Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement of the UK

Birmingham Sai Kirtan Group

Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba

The Birmingham Sai Centre/Group website has been launched to share Sathya Sai Baba's message and teachings but also to inform on the groups current activities and centre location.

We humbly dedicate this website to the Lotus Feet of our beloved Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

hought of the Day

As written at Prashanthi Nilayam on 23 - 8 - 2012

Most people spend the lifetime allotted to them or earned by them in partaking of rich yet harmful foods and drink and indulge in glamorous, harmful pastimes. What a pathetic waste of precious stuff! Though belonging to the animal kingdom, human beings have much more in terms of physical, mental and moral abilities. They have the glorious chance of visualizing their identity with the Mystery that is manifested as this Universe. Human beings forgetting their nature to progress towards Godhood is akin to fire forgetting its capacity to burn or water its nature to wet. Every human being has the capacity to seek and secure the Truth of the Universe of which they are a part of; they have the wherewithal to train themselves in virtue, justice, love and sympathy to escape from the particular to the Universal.
- Baba

 

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