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Hindu Temple of Dayton was established in 1976 to provide a permanent venue for the Dayton community interested in Hindu religion and philosophy. Hindu temple has two priests who perform a number of rituals and services in accordance with the Hindu philosophy.
Hindu temple is managed by Hindu Community Organization, Inc. a non-profit organization. An executive committee oversees the operations and management of the Hindu temple. Board of Directions and Trustee provide the long term strategic direction.
Hindu Temple of Dayton
The congregation was first organized in 1976. A. V. Rangarajan was instrumental in organizing the Indian community in Dayton. He was a founding member of the temple. A temple was consecrated in 1985 in Beavercreek. In 2009, ground was broken next to the temple in order to build a Puja Hall. The hall serves as a multipurpose area for celebrations, classes, and cultural activities. The Temple is currently owned by the parents of Vishwanathan Ramesh.
Starting in 2011, the temple underwent two years of major renovations. During these renovations, shrines to Bhagawan Chandramauli, Tripura Sundari, Bhudevi, Lakshmi and Navagraha were added. The end of construction was marked by a six day festival.
The Vedanta Society of New York is located at 2615 Temple Lane, Beavercreek, Oh. Port Columbus International Airport is the nearest airport present.
Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 11:00 am, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sat – Sun: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Several hundred people visit the temple on a weekly basis. Two priests perform services based on Hindu principles. As with most Hindu temples, fees can be charged for special prayers and services. There are also scheduled events and services held throughout the week. Every Sunday, the god Venkateshwara is given a sacred bath, while Shiva is bathed on Mondays.
The Dayton Hindu Temple is organized by Hindu Community Organization, Inc, a non-profit organized for the purpose of maintaining the temple. The Temple is currently owned by the parents of Vishwanathan Ramesh Like most religious organizations, the Dayton Hindu Temple has an executive committee, Board of Directors, and a Board of Trustees. The Hindu Temple of Dayton publishes a bi-monthly newsletter, Mandir Vani, in which the organization, services, news, and religious information is discussed. The temple raises money through donations, fundraisers, and services.