We will depart from our pick up point towards Balaji Temple in Birmingham and reach at the destination around 11.00am. You will have three hours to spend at the temple for pooja and archana and return time from the temple is at 4.00pm.
EAST HAM – 6.30 OUT SIDE EAST HAM STATION, HIGH STREET NORTH, E6 2JA.
WEMBLEY – 7.30 0UT SIDE SANATAN HINDU MANDIR, EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY, HA0 4TA.
HOUNSLOW – 7.45 OUTSIDE HOUNSLOW CENTRAL STATION, TW3 1JG.
WARWICK SERVICES – 8.30 WARWICH SERVICES M40 NORTH BOUND, BANBURY ROAD, ASHORNE, WARWICK, CV35 0AA.
£25 - Adult
£25 - Child (Age 3 -Age 15)
£25 - Infants (Age 0- Age 3)
Price Includes Complete Transportation
Anyexpense of personal nature.
Any expense for food or snacks during the day.
ALL BOOKINGS TO BE CONFIRMED AT 07778 335 336.
The Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple is one of the largest temple for the deity Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) in Europe. It was designed in the style of the Tirupati Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, India.
It opened on 23 August 2006 and was consecrated in a five-day ceremony between 23 and 27 August. The Vishnu incarnation Lord Venkateswara is the presiding deity, with two other deities either side of him in the main temple- his wife Padmavati, an incarnation of Vishnu's wife Lakshmi, and Hanuman the monkey God featuring in the Ramayana epic. Outside there are two small Shiva temples to his sons Ganesh and Murugan, along with a hall for Navagraha or small astrological representations of nine celestial bodies. It is an increasingly magnificent, well-appointed complex, very active with resident Brahmin priests. The temple and the community centre are open to the public irrespective of one's creed, religion and ethnic origin, for prayers, spiritual fulfilment and meditation. It is not necessary to be a Hindu to visit, but shoes are removed and photographing inside is not allowed.
The Thirupathi temple is the most visited Hindu place of worship in the world and it is the richest in terms of offerings made by the devotees and this fund supports a large number of charities.
The tour consists of visiting the main temple, various shrines and the Faith Hills in the temple grounds. One is required to remove one’s shoes and place them in the designated areas before entering the prayer halls in the main temple and other shrines. During inclement weather conditions, one may feel some discomfort walking without shoes along the paved paths in open air.
Facilities such as ramps, lifts and wheelchairs are available for the physically impaired. The visitors are reminded that the temple is a place of spirituality and site is a no-smoking zone. Visitors are requested not to bring any alcohol or meat products to the temple site.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
If you have your own group of family and friends then we can arrange private tour for you whenever you want. We have very comfortable 8 seater and 16 seater vehicles for your journey.
For more information please call Yatin on 07778 335 336.
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