Morganville Sri Guruvaayoorappan Temple Hours:
Weekdays: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM and 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Weekends: 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM
New Year, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanks Giving Day & Christmas: 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM
HINDU AMERICAN TEMPLE AND CULTURAL CENTER
SRI GURUVAAYOORAPPAN TEMPLE
SRI KRISHNA MAINIDIR
31 Wooleytown Road, Morganville, NJ 07751, USA Phone: +1 732-972-5552, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sri Guruvaavoormman Temple Cultural Programs:
Sri Guruvaayoorappan Temple cultural committee conducts many cultural events every year. Each event is unique to itself. Each program is conducted based on quality, variety and content. All the cultural events are made up of several aspects such as spiritual, cultural and traditional categories. Our cultural events are designed to bring communities together in many ways that express their ideas, traditions and values. Sri Guruvaayoorappan Temple cultural committee conducts many youth cultural programs to encourage young children to showcase their talents. The youth programs aim to propagate traditional values to preserve and encourage Indian music and dance. These youth programs bring children and adults together to exhibit their cultural prowess in a common platform. The temple cultural committee accommodates a variety of artists and brings forth the unique skills from the talented artists in the communities across USA and from India. The Temple conducts cultural programs during major Indian festivals (Maha Sivaratri, Sri Rama Navi, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi Dasara, Diwali) and on other events such as the Temple foundation day, Indian Independence day and Indo American Community Fair, to bring diverse communities together.
The following are a few of the many events that the Temple conducts every year Bhajans/Slokas, Dance Dramas, Children Skits, Carnatic Music Festival by Youth, Carnatic Music Mela, Harikatta, Bharata Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak, Mohiniattam, Odissi, Folk and many other forms of Indian dances. Many famous popular and prominent artists from India performed in the Temple, such as Unnikrishnan, Vishaka Hari, Mysore brothers, Jayanthi Saitri, Samavedam Shanmukha Sarma and PasumarthyVenkateshwara Sarma.
Every year, the cultural committee conducts a cultural event to celebrate several Indian States’ New Year Day. This event brings many communities together from across India. On this day, many local talented artists perform their respective State’s folk dance, folklore, folk dramas, skirts in different languages and traditional Indian dances. These programs are designed to depict respective Indian States spiritual, cultural, and mditional values.
The criterion by which each program is evaluated is quality, content, diversity, and variety. The Temple’s cultural events help teachers, students, and attsts participate in a diverse offering of culture and artistic expression in divine atmosphere to serve the lord and our community.
Sri Guruvaayoorappan Temple cultural committee:
Naresh Chintalacheruvu (Chairman), Usha Saripella (Vice Chairwoman), Rajesh Menon, Indira Vangala, Hema Murall, Kumar Vairakkannu, BhargaviSeshadri, RaveenSepuri end Kripa Mujumdar.
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Morganville Sri Guruvaayoorappan Temple Address:
31 Wooleytown Road,
NJ 07751, USA
Phone: +1 732-972-5552