Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of the Capital District

Temple Closure

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL PATRONS OF Hindu Temple Society of the Capital Districts, NY

Coronavirus (nCoV) continues to dominate headlines with news of its spread and potential new cases in the Albany area. While we are uncertain of how this outbreak will affect the operations of Hindu Temple Society, Board of Trustees would like to bring this notice to your attention. HTS is closed for the general public, except for emergency services during this challenging times and your cooperation is highly appreciated. All regular temple services will be done by priests and can be watched online using the following Temple Facebook link:

https://www.facebook.com/HinduTempleAlbanyNY/

May the blessings of Sri Lakshmi Narayana be always with us and our families!

The Hindu Temple Society of the Capital District, was founded in 1976 and is located in Loudonville, NY. It is a place of worship by Hindu devotees in and around Capital District and also visitors from other areas and all over the world. Locally referred to as the Albany Hindu Temple. The temple it is unique because all segments of Hindu Community have a special place for worship of their own with Ganesha, Lakshmi Narayana, Shiva, Parvathi, Shrinathji, Radha Krishna, Swaminarayana, Navagrahas, Nageswara, Saraswati, Durga, Buddha, Iyyappa Swamy, Mahavira, Shri Rama Parivara and Subramanya. Religious discourses and cultural activities are held at the temple and all major Hindu religious festivals are celebrated. The temple offers variety of regular religious services at the temple and at individual homes and offices, on request by well trained and qualified priests . The Hindu Cultural Center (HCC), completed in 2007, is located on the same premises as the Temple and it is all centrally located between Boston and Buffalo, and Montreal and New York City.

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