The Guruvayurappan Temple is open
- Wearing of Masks is mandatory inside and outside the temple at all times.
- Temperature check and contact tracing is mandatory before entering the temple.
- Advance online registration is recommended for visits.
- A maximum of 80 persons will be allowed at one time inside the temple. (Strictly enforced).
- Walk in will be allowed subject to available capacity.
- Online pooja bookings will continue, and is recommended; Poojas can also be booked at the counter.
- Wedding is allowed (50 persons maximum in attendance).
- Choroon is allowed (50 persons maximum in attendance) – one person to make the prasadam following protocols.
- Shradham/Vahanapooja is available.
- Outcalls allowed for priests who are fully vaccinated; family members and priests to wear masks in the vehicle and at home. Maintain social distance and other protocols even if fully vaccinated.
- Thulabharam is open
- Prasadam distribution (chandanam, flower and kalkandam) is allowed.
- Payasam offering is available.
- Prasadam/food consumption is not allowed within the temple premises.
- No material, including flowers, can be brought to the temple for offering.
GTOB Prathishta Souvenir
As part of the Maha Prathishta in 2019, the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton created a Souvenir and distributed it among devotees and well-wishers at the time.
Second anniversary of Maha-Prathishta
Karkkitaka Vavu Bali
Your Temple will be conducting Karkkitaka Vavu Bali on Saturday, August 7 in sessions of 30 minutes each, starting 6:15 am. The last session will start at 10:45 am.
COVID Relief Fund
… for your donations to the INDIA COVID RELIEF FUND
The Board would like to extend their sincere appreciation and thanks to all the devotees who donated to the India Covid Relief Fund. We have collected a total of $15,000 so far, and this amount was sent to Canadian Red Cross with a specific request to direct the donation towards Kerala’s relief efforts through Indian Medical Association Trivandrum Branch or Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.