Hindu Temples in Brampton
Throughout the four seasons we hold various events at the temple. There are daily aarthi’s and puja’s, weekly cultural dance, e.g. Bharatanatyam, and educational classes for youths, and every month we have a few special Hindu events. The Mandir has plenty of parking and is wheel chair accessible.

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Our Mandir is 100% vegetarian and we only serve vegetarian food at our functions.

The Hindu Temple Of Brampton has become the focal point of many individuals of our community as it serves the religious, spiritual, educational, cultural, social and charitable needs of the society. We encourage you to make Brampton Mandir part of your life and experience the Hindu Culture & Hindu Heritage right here in Brampton.

Brampton Hindu Temples
The city of Brampton, also known as the “Flower City” is home to a large population of Indians. It became an official city in 1974 and by 2011 the population grew to 523,000 making Brampton the 2nd fastest growing city in Canada. Brampton is also the ninth largest city in all of Canada. Surprisingly Brampton is also the youngest urban city in the Greater Toronto area with an average age of 34.7.

hindu temples in brampton

The “Indian” ethnic group accounts for for 25.84% of Brampton’s total population.

Brampton Hindu Temples
Shri Vitthal Hindu Temple Mandir is located in between Brampton and Mississauga and close to all the major highways.

The following is a list of Hindu Places of worship, such as temples and mandirs, in and around the City of Brampton.

Sri Katpaga
200 Advance Blvd.
Brampton, ON

Shree Mariyamaa
18 Strathearn
Brampton, ON

Shri Hanuman
21 Kenview Boulevard
Brampton, ON

Hindu Sabha
9225 Gore Road
Brampton, ON

Shee Haranarain Mandir & Cultural Centre.
175 Advance Blvd.
Brampton, ON