Dayton Hindu Temple Darshan Hours:
1st November to 31st March:
Mon – Fri: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM & 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Sat – Sun: 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
1st April to 31st October:
Mon – Fri: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Sat – Sun: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Dayton Hindu Temple Puja & Priest Services at Temple and Home:
3) Abhishekam (for one Deity)
4) Abhishekam (for one Deity) Special times
7) Anniversary Celebrations (Archana only)
8) Anniversary Celebrations with Havan
9) Ayus Homam/ Birthday Celebrations
10) Basement Rental (6 hours)
11) Engagement Celebrations
13) Graha Pravessham
14) Graha Pravessham with Satyanarayan Puja
16) Ground Breaking Ceremony
17) Havan / Homam
19) Kalyana Uthsava
20) Kesh Khandan
21) Nama Karanam (with Ganesh Pooja)
22) Nitya Seva
23) Ramayan Path (1/2 day)
24) Saraswathi Puja
25) Sathyanarayana Puja
26) Seemantham with Homam/Havan
27) Sashti Poorthi with Homam/Havan
28) Shraadham without Havan
29) Shraadham with Havan
30) Sundar Kand
31) Upanayanam (thread ceremony)
32) Vahan Puja
Dayton Hindu Temple Regular Events:
Abhishekam for Lord Venkateshwaraat 10:00 AM
Bhagavad Gita Study and Discussion: Prof. Ramesh N. Patel from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Hinduism Study and Discussion: Prof. Ramesh N. Patel
Abhishekam for Lord Shiva – Somavara Puja at 6:00 PM
Chanting of Hanuman Chalisa at 7:00 PM
Bhagavath Parayan from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Chanting of Vishnu Sahashranamam at 7:30 PM
Lord Satyanarayan Puja at 6:30 PM
Every Second Saturday of each Month
Bhajans from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
About Hindu Temple of Dayton:
The Dayton Hindu Temple was built in 1976 to provide a permanent venue for the Dayton Hindu community. This Dayton Hindu temple has two priests who perform a number of rituals and services in accordance with Hindu philosophy.
The Dayton Hindu Temple has been a powerful force to promote the spiritual growth of our community. Only through an established temple can you bring the spiritual riches of the scriptures to people from all walks of life in and around Dayton.
A temple is the most natural land of peace where people from all walks of life can smile together, thanks to the love of God. Our main goal is to keep societies full of moral, cultural and spiritual zeal, and we need your support to fulfill this mission.
The Hindu Temple is administered by Hindu Community Organization, Inc., a non-profit organization. An executive committee oversees the operations and administration of the Hindu temple. Board of Directors and Trustee provide long-term strategic direction.
New visitors can visit the temple whenever the temple is open.
Dayton Hindu Temple Membership:
Our community has grown and we need HCO more than ever to offer a Hindu place of worship and culture that offers something for every age group. I hope you are proud of what we have accomplished so far: an expanded temple connected to a new Om Shanti Hindu Cultural Center (OSHCC). These facilities provide unprecedented opportunities for our community. However, keep in mind that on average, the HCO complex (temple and OSHCC) costs more than $ 25,000 per month to operate. An organization with recurring monthly expenses requires recurring monthly income to support itself.
Therefore, it is becoming very important to obtain HCO membership commitments from the entire community. Periodic installments and direct deposits can be arranged.
To become a member either fill out the form below and send your check to the following address or Make Membership Payment Online using a credit card.
SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP BENEFIT: As a special benefit of Hindu Temple Membership, Hindu Temple will perform a special puja on your behalf at a specified date.
Dayton Hindu Temple Visitors Guide:
NO Alcohol Consumption and NO smoking anywhere on the premises. Strictly prohibited.
The whole premise is designated as VEGETARIAN area. NO non-vegetarian food to be brought on site.
NO shoes allowed in the temple area on the top floor. Use the designated area at the front and/or lower level for the shoes. Ensure the shoes are properly placed on the designated shelves.
NO shoes allowed in any areas setup for large, public religious events. Find the designated area for the shoes and please use them appropriately.
Avoid any loud noises or music in the temple area.
Cell phones must be turned off or on vibrate in the upper level of the temple.
Observe silence in the temple area. If required, keep the voice low.
During events, please follow lead from Priest and Stewards and heed to their instructions.
Help keep the temple clean and clutter free.
If accompanied with children please advice them of the right conduct in the temple.
Park your car sensibly, and safely. Ensure you do not block neighbors’ drives and access area. Pay particular attention to safety.
Dayton Hindu Temple Location:
Hindu Temple of Dayton
Address: 2615 Temple Ln,
OH 45431, USA
Phone: +1 937-429-4455