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Holy Pilgrimage - Hindu temples in USA

Hindu Temple of Arizona, Scottsdale, AZ
"Build and maintain a Hindu Temple in Arizona, with multiple deities, with Shri Venkataeshwara, Shri Radha Krishna and Shri Ram Parivar as main deities with equal prominence, built per Hindu traditions."
Hindu Temple of Arizona   is located in the heart of Scottsdale and in a relatively safe and secure neighborhood. Temple has now two highly qualified Priests to serve you better. There is hardly any waiting time to talk to the Priests or getting their blessings. A perfect place to visit any day of the week to get solace, piece of mind, food for the hungry soul and one step closer to the creator Almighty. One of the many special features of this Temple is that it hosts many Hindu Deities , all in one Puja Hall. Come , pay a visit we are sure you will find what you are looking for.
Saturday & Sunday
A Regular Morning Serv-Devta Puja will be performed on Everyday from 8AM-10:30AM
Sunday Puja Schedule :Serv-Devta from 8AM-10:30AM
10:30 AM-11:00AM Sponsored Puja- Devotees may request for this sponsored Puja during this Time slot
There are a number of documents pertaning to the Temple that have been scanned and converted to pdf files for archival purposes. While it not feasible to put every document on the web, however an attempt has been made to ensure that some of the most usable and viewed documents be available for the HTA devotees and the general public. Please contact the Temple President and or Secretary in case you need access to a certain document that is not available here on this site.
Hindu Temple of Arizona
3019 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251-6616
Organization Type
Place of Worship
NE Corner (Thomas & Hayden)300 ft. N of Thomas

(480)874-3200 Address:3019 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Vaishnav Samaj of Arizona, Phoenix

Vaishnav Samaj of Arizona is a non-profit organization established in 2004. The mission of Vaishnav Samaj of Arizona is to promote and preserve the Hindu religion based on the principles of Pushti Marg through religious and cultural activities. The Samaj is composed of enthusiastic members who together are involved in Pushtimargiya activities and functions and are anxious to serve the spiritual needs of all all members of Arizona. The activities include Mahaprabhuji Utsav, Janmashtami, Annakut, etc. In addition, the Samaj holds weekly Pushti swadhyay.
Shreenathji Temple of Phoenix
6300 S. 23rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ
Darshan Schedule
Feb 15th - Dec 14th
Dec 15th - Feb 14th
08:00 AM – 08:30 AM
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Shringar (*)
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM
12:30 PM – 01:00 PM
12:30 PM – 1:00 PM
Utthapan (*)
04:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Bhog Sandhya
05:30 PM – 06:00 PM
04:30 PM – 05:00 PM
07:00 PM – 07:30 PM
06:00 PM – 06:30 P
Note: On certain main Manorath (festival) Days some timings could change.
(*): No Aarti during these Darshans
Paath - every Sunday from 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM at the temple. Mahaprasad will be offered after 6:00 PM. For sponsoring this event on any Sunday,
please contact following:
Hasmukh Kavathia - 480-948-3053 or Ashvin Sheth - 480-890-1617

Mahaganapathy Temple of Arizona, Maricopa, AZ

The Temple  Priests can perform religious and ancillary (including last rites) services, upon request
To view the puja items required for a service, please click on that service. Puja items are usually available in the Indian stores like India Plaza. Fire starter log and firewood chips can be purchased at Home Depot or Walmart.


ue to construction activities, Temple shall remain closed on Wednesday and Thursday Mornings until further notice.

Weekends (Saturdays & Sundays) & All U.S. National Holidays

The temple is open between 10:00AM To 05:00PM
All pujas start at 11 AM unless noted. Puja Services end at 04:30 PM

Weekdays Summer SChedule (3/12/2012 – 11/2/2012)

Mornings: 10.30AM to 12.30PM (except Wednesday)
Evenings: 5.30PM to 7.30PM (all weekdays)

Weekdays Winter Schedule (11/5/2012 – 3/9/2013)

Mornings: 10.30AM to 12.30PM
Evenings: 4.30PM to 6.30PM


Coming from Phoenix

          Take I10 E towards Tucson 

           Take exit 164 for AZ-347 S/Queen Creek Rd                0.3 mi 

           Turn right at AZ-347 S/John Wayne Pkwy/E Queen Creek Rd Continue to follow AZ-347 S/John Wayne Pkwy   20.8 mi 

           Turn right at W Papago Rd               4.5 mi 

           Turn left at N Thunderbird Rd           2.0 mi 

           Turn left at W Teel Rd            0.3 mi

Coming from Tucson

          Take I10 W towards Phoenix 

           Take exit 164 for AZ-347 S/Queen Creek Rd                0.3 mi 

           Turn left at AZ-347 S/John Wayne Pkwy/E Queen Creek Rd Continue to follow AZ-347 S/John Wayne Pkwy   20.8 mi 

           Turn right at W Papago Rd               4.5 mi 

           Turn left at N Thunderbird Rd           2.0 mi 

           Turn left at W Teel Rd            0.3 mi

Mailing Address

Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona
P.O. Box 11368, Chandler, AZ 85248-0007

Street Address

Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona
51293 W. Teel Road, Maricopa City, AZ 85139

Phone Numbers

Temple :(520)568-9881
Priest Vinayaka Sharma :(602)3632781
Priest Jeyantheeswaran Bhattar :(480)3886583
Priest Anil Sharma :(302)5885890

Email Addresses

Webmaster : webmaster@ganapati.org
Secretary : secretary@ganapati.org

Sree Venkata Krishna Kshetra, Chandler, AZ

Sri Sugunendra Theertha Swamiji

His Holiness 1008 Shree Shree Sugunendra Theertha Swamiji, Pontiff of Jagadguru Shree Madhwaachaarya Moola Mahaa Samsthaanam. Shreemadupendra Theertha Peetham. Shree Puthige Matha, Udupi. India is a visionary and modern thinker steep in tradition. His Holiness took "Sanyas (renouncing worldly pleasures in exchange for service to mankind and Almighty) at the age of twelve.

A "moving encyclopedia" of Indian philosophy and religious texts, His Holiness has been a promoter and teacher of non-violence. For him religion is a tremendous source of knowledge which can be used positively to overcome violence or terrorism.

Religion. His Holiness, says has a clear vision and can show path for world peace. Besides being a leader of ancient Hindu philosophy. His Holiness has taken up the much needed mission- ecology and environment protection, as a part of His ascetic life. Even today He is busy distributing saplings for the growth of forest wealth. He has a target distributing 10 million saplings in the coming years.
Be a Bee on religions, religion is beyond regionalism"
Institutions serving the mankind established, guided and blessed by His Holiness

His Holiness is the Head of 35 Religious and Spiritual Institutions in India and abroad.
Founded "SUVEDA" the Society for Universal Vedic Education and Dharmic Accommodation which supports Veda Samskrutha Pathashalas at the four holy places of four corners of India - Rameshwar. Dwaraka. Rudraprayaga and Badarinath.
Founded Suguna Educational Trust which publishes books on religion and culture and 2 periodicals Suguna Maalaa and Suguna Digest.
Founder President of Shree Sudheendra Trust & Badarika Trust, Bangalore.
Founder President of Sujnana Religious and Charitable Foundation, California.
Founded Sujnana Religious and Charitable Trust, Udupi.
Founded the Shreepoorna Charitable Trust, Kolkata.
Founded Prajna International School Foundation. Udupi.
Founded Shree Puthige Vidya Peetha at Puthige.
Founder Trustee of Adarsha Gurukula Educational Trust.
President of Adarsha Education Trust. Bangalore.
Founded Shree Krishna Brindavan, Iselain, New Jersey.
Founder President, Balaji Bhavan, Phoenix, Arizona.
Hereditary Trustee to S. M. S. P Sanskrit College. Udupi.
Sponsored G. R. Alternative Power System to ensure supply of eco friendly and quality power to combat conventional energy crises for the benefit of industries and agriculture.
Founded Vishwa Madhwa Sangha an internet based world -wide organisation USA for World-wide propagation of spirituality.
Accomplishments :He is the Youngest to adorn the coveted Paryaya throne in the 750 years old Institution of world famous Shree Krishna Temple at Udupi.
Inaugurated & Guided All Religion conferences and historic world Philosophers' meet at Pune in 1990 at a very tender age.
Benediction at the World Hindu Conference held at Khatmandu. Nepal in due recognition of pre-eminence in the firmament of international understanding called upon to pronounce.
Honoured by presenting key of the city by the Governor of Edmond City of Oklahoma. U.S.A.
Felicitated by declaring the day of His Holiness arrival as 'Shree Shree Sugunendra Theertha Day' by the Governor of Edmond City of Oklahoma. U. S. A.
Managing Trustee of Shree Anantheshwara Temple which is 5000 years old at Udupi.
Founder Trustee of the Karnataka Vanasamvardhana Trust which plants one crore saplings every year to restore lost forest cover to maintain ecological balance.

Temple Opening Ceremony was on April 18, 2010

Temple Timings and Address

Written by Administrator. Posted in Temple

Day time
Monday – Friday
7AM  to 2PM
5PM  to 9PM
Saturday & Sunday
6AM  to 2PM
5PM  to 9PM

Temple Rules and Regulations

Dear Devotees:
In an effort to ensure that our temple activities
are running smoothly, we request your cooperation
and assistance in the following.
We appreciate your support in creating a Center of
Cultural&Devotional Excellence in every aspect.

Prayer Time:
Do not touch the temple deities. 
Do not touch the priest in the temple.
Archana request must be turned in before the Mangala Arathi.
•All prasaadhams are prepared in-house by the temple cook only.
•Please do not bring any cooked food items into the temple for offering.
You can offer groceries, fruits, flowers & saathvik vegetables(no onion,no garlic)
Do not talk while the Pooja is in progress.

Do not wear Shorts, sleeveless tops, or mini-skirts to the Temple.
Set your CellPhones, PDAs and Pagers to SILENT mode while in Temple Premises
Do not socialize outside the temple premises.
Park only in the legal spots, in the temple premises or on the street.
No smoking on the temple premises.
Do not throw trash (Prasadam Boxes, Napkins, fruits etc) in the parking lot or near by park.
•Leave your foot wear in the storage shelves. Leaving them by the exit is  a safety hazard in the event of emergency evacuation

Please ensure that your children help maintain silence.
If your child needs attention, take them to the Dining hall. Children must be restrained from running, playing or climbing on furniture's in the prayer hall at all times.
NO EATING EVER by ANYONE in the PRAYER HALLThank you for your support
-SVK Temple

Babaji Lingam Temple, Yuma, Arizona

Location: Arizona, United States
Date Posted: 7/16/2008 11:22:24 AM
Waymark Code: WM46TJ

Om Tat Sat

(My humble  salutations to the great devotees ,  wikisources  and Pilgrimage tourist guide for the collection )




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