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Holy Pilgrimage - Hindu temples in USA

Sitaram Hindu Temple, Jackson, MS

Bhagwat Saptah
  • Sitaram Hindu Temple is organizing Bhagwat Saptah with Pujya AkhilJi Maharaj of Vrindavan. You are cordially invited. Katha will be followed by arti, prasad and dinner.

For more information, please contact Pandit Ji at temple's phone number 601-948-1190.

Sitaram Temple's regular timings are:
Monday - Saturday
8:00 am to 12:00 noon and 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
The temple is open as usual from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon and 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm and bhajan-kirtan session is held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm followed by a group dinner.

Located at
Temple Located at
1940 Hwy 80 W  Jackson, MS 39204


Lord Ganesh
Shiv Parvati
Radha Krishna
Vishnu Lakshmi
Ram Durbar

Regular Events
Weekly Satsang:  6:30 pm to 8:00 pm followed by a dinner.
Mata ki Chowki and Jagaran are also organized at the temple. Special sessions are organized on special days  of religious importance.


Coming From Hwy 80 West (Clinton): Heading East
Cross  Ellis Avenue, stay on 80W;  You will pass Firestone on your right, Move to the left lane; On your right look for Bel Air (plaza). Slow down, Sitaram Temple is on your left on immediately after going past Bel Air.
Coming From Hwy 80 East  (Pearl, Brandon, Jackson International Airport): Heading West
Cross  Terry Road crossing, stay on 80E;  Move to the right lane; Sitaram Temple is on your right. If you have passed  Bel Air (plaza) on your right, you have gone too far.
Coming From Freeway I-20 East /West (Vicksburg Tallulah, Meridian, Hattiesburg,  Biloxi, Mobile, Tuscaloosa)
Take exit 42B for North Ellis Avenue. Go to the next traffic light (intersection of Hwy 80 and Ellis. Turn right on Hwy 80. Follow instructions heading east.
Coming From Freeway I-55 East /West (Memphis, Greenwood, Madison, Brookhaven, McComb, New Orleans)
Take exit for I-20W. Follow instructions for freeway I-20.

Pooja Vidhi
1. Ganesh Poojan
2. Shiv Abhishek Poojan
3. Mata Durga Pooja
4.  Mata Lakshmi Pooja
5.  Shri Satya Narayan Vrat Katha
Shanti Vidhi
1.  Nava Graha Shanti
2.  New Home Vastu Poojan
3.  New Car Poojan
4.  New Store (Business) Poojan
5. Janam Nakshatra Shanti
6. 16 Rituals/Shodash Sanskar

1.  Marriage (Shubh Vivah)
2.  Engagement
3.  Baby Shower
4.  First Intake of Child (Ann Prashan)
5.  First Hair Cut of Child (Mundan)
6.  Birthday Poojan

Members of Present Committee
President                   ... Mr. Baljit Bhanot                   (769)257-5096
Vice President            ... Dr. Parveen Kumar                 (601)720-4088
Treasurer                 ... Mrs. Ashu Aggarwal                 (601)720-4088

Pandit Ji
Telephone Number

Email Address

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Om Tat Sat

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