A unique “Learning Temple” founded on the principles of inclusion, access to divine knowledge, and empowerment of women and youth.
From its humble origins in a private home, the Sri Vidya Temple has grown into a world-renowned “Learning Temple.”
Sri Chaitanyananda is the Founder and Peethadhipati of the Temple. He has dedicated his life to spreading awareness of Sri Vidya.
Sri Vidya is an ocean of divine knowledge that helps us attain the grace of Sri Lalita Maha Tripurasundari.
Learn more about Sri Vidya Temple’s exciting next phase ~ the new Granite Temple complete with Rajagopuram.
We believe everyone has the right to learn the sacred knowledge of our Sanatana Dharma.
The Temple is run entirely by volunteers and supported by our generous donors.
Your donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law (Tax ID 16-1489956).
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On Day 1, we worship Sri Maha Ganapati with puja, homa, abhishekam, special alankaras, evening procession and more!
On Day 2, we perform Chandi Homa and worship Sri Rajarajeswari Devi.
Today we worship Sri Dattatreya and the guru parampara. Evening activities include the Children's Chariot Festival - all are welcome!
Today we give thanks to Sri Bhairava for protecting the Temple property during the Alankara Festival.
On Guru Purnima, we honor the guru parampara as the conduit of divine wisdom and liberating knowledge.
Join us for Chandi Homa and Devi Puja as we celebrate Divine Mother's power to give birth to the entire Creation.
Receive Sri Mahalakshmi's boons for health, abundance, and harmony in the family home.
Join us and receive the blessings of Sri Maha Ganapati for successful new beginnings.
Before the start of the Navaratri Brahmotsavam, the "dhwaja" or flag must be raised above the Temple dhwajastambham.
Join us for the Navaratri Brahmotsavam, as we worship Divine Mother Rajarajeswari and receive Her most loving auspicious blessings for peace, health, wealth and spiritual purification.
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