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Hindu Temple

you want solitude and spend some time in prayers this is the place. I live nearby and usually goes... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2017
Dinesh S
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Concord, California
Very simple but peaceful and wonderful temple

I had been to this temple long time back in 2014 or so.. from outside it is bit difficult to... read more

Reviewed July 6, 2017
Sandeep G
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Bangalore
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6 Sep 2017
“Hindu Temple”
6 Jul 2017
“Very simple but peaceful and wonderful temple”
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1803 2nd St, Concord, CA 94519-2623
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

you want solitude and spend some time in prayers this is the place. I live nearby and usually goes there. Please keep the sanciity of the place and respect the others religion if you are not an Hindu.

1  Thank Dinesh S
Reviewed July 6, 2017 via mobile

I had been to this temple long time back in 2014 or so.. from outside it is bit difficult to identify this as a temple but once you enter inside.. it is so peaceful and feels like a spiritual place.. there are multiple deity there...More

1  Thank Sandeep G
Reviewed February 21, 2017

A very authentic South Indian temple, where the main Deity is Lord Murugan. The temple was originally established in a small wood framed house in San Francisco, California, way back in 1957, by an American born Hindu guru, Sivaya SubramuniyaSwami. It may have been the...More

Thank Mani S
Reviewed January 5, 2017

You would assume there would be few people in the temple But there is regular flow of people who are visiting the place. The temple is quite and peaceful along with Deity idols which are kept well decorated. It is devotional and calm.

Thank Sandeep G
Reviewed February 24, 2015

Much of what Americans get as Hinduism is slick marketing and easy-to-digest, non-threatening, self-validating comfort-food presentations. This temple has the heart and soul of real Hinduism really from India. It is unstinting in offering the truly iconic form of Hinduism that really dominates India. It...More

2  Thank Mel C
Reviewed December 17, 2014

A traditional south Indian temple with all different deities to cater the big South Indian population of bay area.

2  Thank GoviH
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Yes, you can visit the temple. If you like you can bring Flowers and Fruits as offering, it is not a must.
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