About the Temple

In 1987, a small group of Hindu community people gathered to celebrate Diwali and felt the need to have a temple on the west side of Metropolitan Detroit.

An ad-hoc committee was established, the temple site was finalized and Bhumi pooja was performed in the spring of 1987.

The construction of phase 1 including the main temple, kitchen/bathroom, and a hallway with a basement was done in 1988.

The temple opening was held on December 25, 1990, with the installation of deities.

On May 15, 1993, Murti Pratistha was performed with three days of grand celebration, which was blessed by the dignitary of the late Shri Sat Guru Sant Keshavdasji. 

Additional land (for parking space and halls) was procured, and Bhumi puja was held on 22 June 1997.

The Hindu Temple started a scholarship program for Plymouth Canton High School graduates.

In the year 2010, the temple began growing with a huge number of devotees and a new temple was established with ample space and facilities.

Deities in the temple

The temple houses

  • Lord Krishna & Radha Devi
  • Lord Lakshmana, Lord Rama, and & Sita Devi
  • Lord Hanuman
  • Maa Durga
  • Lord Ganesha
  • Lord Shiva & Parvathi Devi
  • Goddess Sridevi, Lord Balaji, and Goddess Bhoodevi

Temple Timings

Day Time
Monday- Friday   8 AM to 12 Noon and 5 PM to 9 PM
Saturday & Sunday   9 AM to 9 PM

Daily Pooja Activities in Temple

Days Activity hour Events Arati
Sun 10 am-12 noon Bhajan and sankeertan 12 noon
Mon 7 pm- 8 pm Shiva pooja / rudrabhishekam 8:00 pm
Tue 7 pm- 8 pm Hanuman chalisa and bhajan 8:00 pm
Wed 7 pm- 8 pm Shrinath ji satsang 8:00 pm
Thu 7 pm- 8 pm Sai sandhya and bhajans 8:00 pm
Fri 7.15 pm- 8 pm Lalitha sahasranama chanting 8:00 pm
Sat 9 am -12 noon &
12 noon- 12.45 pm
Balaji abhishekam and pooja
shiva pooja / rudrabhishekam
12noon to
12:45 pm


Festivals Celebrated

With inspiration from Shri Damodar Dutt Shastri during the nine days of Ramayana Katha, the Hanuman Chalisa prayer service started on Tuesday evenings.

The following celebrations have been performed every year:

Other Activities in the temple for the service of the devotees

  • Language classes were started for youth devotees of the temple, with full-time in-house priests.
  • A voluntary help of medical doctors from within the temple community to provide services and guidance regarding health-related issues free of cost.
  • Free yoga classes for adults and kids every Sunday from 10.00 am to 10.45 am
  • Free Bhagavad Gita classes every Sunday from 11.00 am to 12.00 pm

Do you know Additional Information?

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Please let us know through the mail to sakalamblog@gmail.com, We will change it so other devotees will know the correct information.

Also, If you could send the photos of the temple, we will upload it for devotees references.

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