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Welcome to the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton

The Guruvayurappan Temple is open

Starting June 15, the temple will operate on a restricted basis with limited visiting hours [Temple Office hours and Pooja schedules will remain unchanged].

Weekdays: 7 am – 9 am & 6 pm – 8 pm
Weekends & Stat Holidays: 7 am – 11:30 am & 5 pm – 8 pm

Poojas and rituals will be performed as usual at the temple. Devotees may book poojas and make payments remotely. 

The temple management will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates, as needed, on the temple website, email and other Social Media.

Second anniversary of Maha-Prathishta

Your temple will be performing Sudhi Kalasam (purification rites), Abhishekhams, Prathishta Dinam rituals and poojas to commemorate the second anniversary of our Maha-Prathishta on Thursday, June 17; Friday, June 18; and Saturday, June 19.

The event be take place inside the temple and devotees will have the opportunity to participate remotely or in-person (limited attendance – details will follow).

There are elaborate activities on all the days as per schedule below. All special events will be streamed via Zoom and Facebook.

There will be Keli / Koottikottu / Melam (percussions) live from temple and special cultural programs via Zoom. More details to follow in the event flyer.

Devotees will have the opportunity to co-offer the important rituals and poojas on this auspicious occasion. Please book online or call +1 905-799-0900 during office hours.

Booking poojas

Welcome to the online booking portal of Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton [GTOB]. Basic information is required as the temple may need to contact you. Payments are channelled through the secure PayPal process.

Check out all the poojas, poojas based on deities and specials poojas.

COVID Relief Fund

Thank you!

… 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.

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