The Hindu Temple of Minnesota is the largest temple in North America and provides a space for Hindus of all ages to practice their religion, spirituality, and culture. This organization offers educational classes, social gatherings, and access to resources that can be difficult to find elsewhere.
The Hindu Temple of Minnesota was designed following Vaastu Shastra, an ancient Indian science of construction. This centuries-old technique provides guidelines to help ensure that buildings and cities will be prosperous and peaceful for those who live there. The temple’s orientation is based on the direction of the sun, moon, wind, and location of water sources. The project consists of a two-story temple with a grand entrance (gopuram) that towers 45 feet tall, as well as an auditorium, meditation room, yoga center classrooms for children, a kitchen, and a dining area.
We provide a beautiful Hindu Temple (place of worship) for the Twin Cities Hindu community. Our temple is authentic and built according to “Vastushastra” – a traditional system of Hindu architectural design. There are 21 mini temples which are identical replicas of several famous temples from all regions of India. Temple timings are Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 11:30 am and 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, weekends and holidays 9:00 am to 8:30 pm. All are welcome!
The Hindu Temple of Minnesota is a treasure in the outlying fields of Maple Grove. The Hindu Society of Minnesota runs the temple, which serves over 40,000 Hindus in the metropolitan area. With a bright Prayer Hall bathed in sunlight, stunning pillars, gleaming granite floors, strings of fresh flowers, and 21 beautiful shrines, the structure is magnificent. The temple will ring its 15th anniversary this June 2021 as a result of the pandemic.
The Hindu Temple American School, Hindu Youth of Minnesota, Senior Enrichment Services, yoga and meditation sessions, and volunteer possibilities are all available to members of the Hundi community.
Driving Directions to Venetian Indoor Waterpark