About Temple & Deity

About The Perth Temple

Perth temple is the first and oldest temple of Western Australia, constructed in the year 1990, the purpose of the temple erection began on 16th July 1985 at an impromptu gathering in Australia Asia Hall.

Deep prayers to Shri Ramakrishna led to the purchase of the temple site and approval by the AGM on 10th August 1986.

Swami Shantanandaji’s celestial blessings with 3 days of Navaratri Puja, overnight homam midst of nature, and chanting of the Devi mantra conferred divinity to the temple which bestows aesthetic south Indian architecture with elegant gopuram.

Deity In Perth Temple

The main deity of this temple is Lord Shiva, the supreme lord is the creator, preserver, and transformer of the universe, also known as Trilochan, Vishwanath, and many names.

Along with Shiva are Lord Ganesha, Hanuman, Vishnu, Murugan (also known as Karthikeya), Navagraha, and Lakshmi is on the premises.

Perth Temple Timings

Days Morning  Evening
Monday to Friday 6:30 AM – 12 PM 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday 7:00 AM – 12PM 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

 

Puja Timings In Perth Temple

Puja/Ritual Timimgs
Nithya Puja 7 AM – 7 PM
Nithya Abhishekam 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM

 

Festivals and Events Celebrated in Perth Temple

Indian Hindu culture has blessed us with numerous kirtans and bhajans, keeping our motto of unity in diversity ahead we march towards oneness.

Music of Indian states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Gujarat, and the state of North India are often sung and cherished

#1. Special Poojas:

  • Sankashtahara Chaturthi pooja
  • Meenakshi pooja
  • Soma Sundareswar Pournami Abhishekam
  • Maha Mariamman Special pooja and many more are frequently held

#2. Special Services like:

  • Hawa canteen
  • Hindu Marriages, festivals, and other ceremonies
  • Educational activities to enrich Hindu culture

#3. Special Events Embarked are:

  • Unity Concert Day: To Observe National Unity Day
  • Spring Day: To celebrate Diversities of Worship


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