Shri Vitthal Mandir: A Unique Mississauga Hindu Temple
Shri Vitthal Hindu Mandir is a family oriented Hindu Temple, community center, and Hindu heritage center located in the heart of Mississauga, Ontario Canada. Our Hindu Temple in Mississauga was incorporated in 1996 as a non-profit religious organization under the laws of the Province of Ontario and maintains a place of worship and community in one of Canada’s fastest growing and diverse cities. Watch our welcome video below: https://vimeo.com/71824482
Our Mississauga Hindu Temple abides by the “System of Vedanta” which combines both religion and philosophy of the Hindus. The Vedanta teaches us that we are all divine, regardless of creed, class, gender, and ethnicity, and that our souls divinity may be manifested through worship, contemplation, and unselfish work. The Mandir is located close to Toronto, Brampton, Oakville, Richmond Hill, Milton, and Etobicoke. Come visit us today and join our community, all are welcome!
Shri Vitthal preaches the unity of Godhead (or ultimate reality), and accepts every faith as a valid means for its own followers to realize the truth.
At our temple we offer puja and pandit services to all our devotees. Every ceremony comes only once. You expect it to be special. We help you make it memorable!
We have a large open space with high ceilings, a full kitchen, 3 full washrooms, fast Wifi, and plenty of free parking. Book our space for your corporate or private needs!
From meditation, yoga, to ancient dance classes Shri Vitthal Hindu Mandir has it all! Get involved and/or get your kids involved and participate with others in the community.
A Special Hindu Mandir in TorontoThere are a lot of Hindu Temples and Hindu cultural centers in Toronto however what makes Shri Vitthal Mandir different is that we are more focused on family, preserving our Hindu heritage and culture, and to impart these values to your children. Through our events one can learn ancient Vedic rituals, watch cultural dance and skits, and learn about Hinduism and the universe as a whole. Shri Vitthal Mandir does not discriminate – you do not need to be a “Hindu” to attend any event. We have numerous deities from other religions such as well such as Sikhism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, to name a few . Shri Vitthal truly caters to the needs of every segment in Toronto! Our extraordinary temple is a vital part of the GTA that enriches not only the attending devotees but also the community as a whole.
If you want to live, laugh, learn, love, worship, play, or simply connect with your community, come visit Shri Vitthal Hindu Mandir – Your community, your temple.
Where Are We Located?
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Where Are We Located?
Here’s a responsive interactive google map of our location in Mississauga: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1vGYK2I1WcBxo7XVqVk_8zUIoP-U&ll=43.63041881335954%2C-79.64265621427921&z=16
Shri Vitthal Hindu Mandir is located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada near both the Heartland Town Center and Square One Shopping Center. Whether you are new to Canada, looking to make new friends or network with fellow community members, volunteer to enhance your karma, or you are just looking for a home away from home, come visit our Mississauga Hindu Temple today. This is Your Hindu Temple!
Who is Vithoba?
Vithoba is considered a manifestation of Lord Vishnu or his avatar Krishna and is often represented as a dark young adolescent with arms akimbo and standing on a brick. Vithoba is often accompanied by his main consort Rakhumai. Vithoba legend revolves around his role as a savior to the poet saints of the Varkari faith who are known for abhanga, a unique genre of devotional lyric composed in Marathi. The most important festivals of Shri Vithoba are held on the 11th day of the Hindu lunar months: Shayani Ekadashi in the month of Ashadha, and Prabodhini Ekadashi in the month of Kartik.
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