Welcome to Hindu Temple of Dayton!

Hindu Temple of DaytonVision: Hindu Temple of Dayton was established in 1976 with the vision of providing a permanent venue for the Dayton community interested in Hindu religion and philosophy. Only through an established temple, can you bring the spiritual wealth of the scriptures to people in all walks of life in Dayton and its surrounding areas.

Mission: The Mission of the Hindu Temple of Dayton is to promote positive interactions, harmony and spiritual growth within our community.

Operation: This Temple is managed by Hindu Community Organization, Inc. (HCO) a non-profit organization (ID 31-0945422). A Board of Directors comprising of nine elected community members oversees the operations according to an adopted and established HCO constitution. The Board reports to the larger body of HCO Trustees, that comprises of community families who have a continued history of participation and support of this organization.

The Hindu temple has two resident priests who perform a number of rituals and services in accordance with the Hindu philosophy.

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The Hindu Temple of Dayton has been a powerful force in promoting the spiritual growth of our community. Only through an established temple, can you bring the spiritual wealth of the scriptures to people in all walks of life in Dayton and its surrounding areas.

A temple is the most natural peace making ground where people from all walks of life can smile together, through the love of God. Our main purpose is to keep societies charged with moral, cultural, and spiritual zeal, and we need your support to fulfill that mission.

New Visitors can visit the Temple at any time the Temple is open (see temple hours below). Please review visitor's guide.

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Good evening Devotees,

Om Namo Venkatesaya!
The welfare of our devotees, priests and community is our highest priority, and considering the current situation with Corona Virus outbreak and State of Emergency declared by the Governor of Ohio, Hindu Community Organization board has made a decision to implement following precautionary measures with immediate effect.

These guidelines are being put in place to minimize the public gatherings in large groups and unnecessary exposure and risk to devotees.

  • No changes to our temple operating hours. Priest will be performing regular ritual services to deities but devotees are discouraged from attending these services.
  • All private events at the temple are also cancelled until further notice.
  • We are working on arranging live telecast of events through social media. Details will follow soon.
  • If any essential or urgent services are to be performed, please contact our HCO board at info@daytontemple.com
  • If a devotee is in a situation where they must come to the temple, they will not be allowed to bring prasadam or food from outside.

Devotees will be regularly updated with any changes made to above guidelines.

We regret any inconvenience caused to our devotees due to these new guidelines which are being enforced as per CDC recommendations.  We really appreciate your cooperation and thank you for understanding as we respond to this unprecedented public health crisis.

May the blessings of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Sri Venkateswara be always with you and your family.
Sarvejana Sukhino Bhavanthu

Best Regards,
HCO Board 🙏

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