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Monday to Friday**

7:00am - 9:00am
7:00pm - 9:00pm


7:00am - 9:00am

On The First Saturday of the Month: Suprabhatham & Vishnu Sahasranama 9:00am - 11:00am


10:30am - 11:45am : Puja Service

10:30am - 10:45am : Invocation of Mantras

10:45am - 11:45am : Bhajans

11:30am - 11:45am : Punditji's Katha /message

12:00noon : Aarti.

Followed by Preeti Bhoj

Special Pooja Timings

Havan: First Sunday of the month, 10:00 - 10:30am

Sri Satya Narayan Katha: Every month on Purnamashi, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Member/Members can sponsor a Satya Narayana Katha on Purnimashi days. Please contact Pundit Tiwari

Shiv Pooja: Monday 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Hanuman Pooja: Tuesday 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Except Sunday, Monday and Tuesday , the temple timings are subject to change. Please call the Priest before coming to the the temple.

Hindu Cultural Center, Festivals Calendar 2017

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For more information about- Pooja, Satyanarayan Katha, Havan, Grih Prevesh, Navagrah Shanti, Mool Shanti, Wedding,
Naming ( 16 Samskar ), Mata Ki Chouki, Sunder Kand Paath Chandi Paath / Chandi Yagnya and Astrological needs contact

Pandit Durgeshwar Tiwari

House: 519-451-6335
Cell: 519-636-8942
E-mail. tiwari2020@gmail.com

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The HCC events and Festivals - 2017

At the Hindu Cultural Centre we celebrate the major festivals of the Hindu Calendar. We also celebrate couple of important dates in the Indian History. The following dates are approximate and is subject to change. The table below marks all the events celebrated by the Centre. The information on the event will be communicated by announcements and email.

01 New Year
15 Pongal, Lohri, Sankranthi
5 Saraswathi Pooja
24 Maha Shivrathri
12 Holi
1 Mata Ki Chowki
2 AGM and Election
4 Ram Navmi
9 Mahavir Jayanthi
23 Venkateshwara Pooja
14 Mother's Day
18 Father's Day
2 Canada Day
13 India's Independence Day
15 Krishna Janmashtami
25 Ganesh Stapna
Aug 25 to Sept 5 Ganesh Pooja
5 Ganesh Visarjan
21 to 29 Garbha
Sept 29 to Oct 1 Durga Pooja
8 Karva Chowth
18 Diwali Pooja
22 Annakoot

*Mathaki Chouki is celebrated 2 or 3 times a year.

The HCC Priest Services:


The HCC priest, Pundit Tiwari performs all Sunday Prayers and other weekly Poojas in the Mandir. Pundit Tiwari can do private Poojas at your home or in the Mandir. Please contact him for a convenient time. There is no set fee for any of the poojas that the Punditji might perform for you and your family but it is up to the devotee to pay a dakshana for his time and services.

The following are some of the services:

Wedding ceremony

Mool Shanti Pooja

Navgrah Shanti

Vastu Shanti



Sundar Kand Paath

Nav Chandi Paath


Aayusha Homa

Shiv Pooja ( Rudram )

Naming ceremony

Kall Sarp Dosh Shanti Pooja

Grih Pravesh Pooja

Anna Prashan


Ramayan Paath

Satya Narayan Katha

Chandi Ygnya

Sudarshan Homa

Bhajan Kirtan At home

And all 16 Samskars & more..

Please contact Punditji: Home: 519-451-6335
Cell: 519-636-8942

The Hindu Cultural Centre of London, A Few HOUSE-KEEPING Guidelines

Kitchen & Food Hall:

The HCC would request sponsors of Preeti Bhoj to leave the kitchen and the dining hall clean and tidy after every Preeti Bhoj.

This would involve stacking up the chairs, wiping down the tables, restoring the utensils and cleaning up the floors.

All perishable food items should be taken away from the Mandir. Please do not store left over food in the fridge or the freezer.

Please do not leave card board boxes behind. You should flatten these boxes before disposing them in the Garbage Bin.

All sponsors of Preeti Bhoj are requested to dispose off the garbage in the WM Bins provided at the North end of the parking lot.

Prayer Hall:

Dry fruits, Nuts and uncut whole fruits are ideal for distribution inside the prayer Hall. Members are requested to distribute any other Prasad outside the prayer hall. Please do not leave undistributed Prasad in the prayer hall or anywhere in the Mandir.

Eating in the prayer hall is also not encouraged.

Decorations (other than standalone decorations) are not permitted. No items shall be attached or affixed to the walls, floors or ceilings.

The HCC would request our members to help vacuum the hall. The sheets have to be folded and placed in the Bins provided. The microphones, the books and the instruments have to be restored to their respective areas.


Shoes have to be left in the cloak room provided. Please do not leave them lying around in the corridors and stairwells as they pose a tripping hazard.

Mandir welcomes members to inform the community of cultural activities around the city by placing flyers on the HCC Community bulletin board. But please contact a Board Member regarding this. Please do not pin posters on the walls as it would be removed.

The HCC requests that the Mandir Foyer not be used to promote any other business, organization or community events.

This is your Mandir, so help us to keep it clean.