Wembley Temple provides a place of worship for all Hindus. It is promoting the message of Vasudev Kutumbakaum, a Hindu term to describe the world as one big family.
Wembley Temple-Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir provides a place of worship for all Hindus. It is visited by thousands each year. It showcases the importance of respect, love and compassion for all religions and sampradays, making the temple dynamic and universal as well as promoting the message of Vasudev Kutumbakaum, a Hindu term to describe the world as one big family.
Background and features of Wembley Temple
Wembley Temple was opened to the public on 31st May 2010. The construction of the temple is based on the ancient Hindu Scriptures of the Shilpa Shastras that give guidance in dealing with buildings and sculpture techniques that have been followed in order to form a perfect masterpiece. Before the Wembley Temple, Leytonstone Shri Nathji Sanatan Hindu Mandir was established (159-161 Whipps Cross Road Leytonstone London E11 1NP, Telephone. 0208 989 7539).
Wembley Temple-Sanatan Hindu Mandir: Opening times and Admission
Opening Times: daily 8am to 8pm including Bank Holidays.
Advices to the Visitors of the Mandir
No shorts and no bare, remove footwear upon entering the Mandir, Videos and photos – for personal use only, Smoking is not allowed anywhere, No food or drink is allowed in the mandir.
Location of Wembley Temple, Sanatan Hindu Mandir: Address, Nearest Tube and Car Park
Address: Shri Sanatan Hindu Mandir, Ealing Road, Wembley, Alperton, Middlesex, London HA0 4TA. See the location in Google Map
Telephone and Email. 0208 903 7737 Email. [email protected]
Nearest Tube, Train and Bus– Alperton (Piccadilly Line), Wembley Central (Bakerloo Line), Train: West Midlands Trains. Bus- bus number 79, 297, 18. Use Journey Plan of Transport for London how to get here
Car Parking: There is a parking facility for cars with payment. Charges are £2 per hour. Limited free car park spaces available for the disabled blue badge holders.