Menu Close

Welcome to the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton

COVID Revised Operating Guidelines

Our temple will remain closed for devotees starting 5th January 2022 until further notice. This has become necessary in view of the reported increase in staff and volunteers requiring the government prescribed isolations and in line with Provincial Guidelines for the safety of all devotees.

All pooja rituals will continue as per the temple schedule. Devotees can continue to book poojas online through the temple website and pay online, but prasadam will not be distributed to the devotees.

In addition, all scheduled outcall poojas, weddings, special poojas (like Choroon, Sradham etc) are also temporarily suspended.

We sincerely regret any inconvenience caused due to this closure. We pray that Lord Guruvayurappan protect all devotees in good health and allow us to reopen the temple to all devotees as soon as possible.

Visiting Guidelines

Visitor Registration

Self-Declaration Form

What's required to get married at the temple?

Events / News

Vichara Dashakam cover image

Vichara Dashakam 2022

Winter Lecture Series: VICHARA DASHAKAM 2022. Every Friday from 21 January to 25 March 2022 for an hour at 8:00 p.m. EST/EDT and 6:30 a.m. (Saturdays) IST.

Read More »
Multiple events are conducted under the aegis of the temple. Events from temple events, special poojas, chantings, art and culture events, to workshops are happening at the temple throughout the year. Check out the calendar to find out more information.


Donations and monthly pledges are a popular way of contributing to the temple. Find out more by clicking button below.

Guruvayurappan Medallion

The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GTB) has minted an exclusive and unique medallion. A very limited quantity of only 1500 serially numbered medallions has been made. These exquisite pieces have the intricately detailed image of Lord Guruvayurappan.

Temple Priests

Shri Divakaran Namboothiri is the Chief priest and Thantri of the Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton.

He hails from Kariannur Mana. The family members of Kariannur Mana occupy the sacred position of “Thantri” in over 50 temples of Kerala.

Temple Management

The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GToB) is run by the members through a Board of Directors, elected yearly. The Board is authorized to set administrative policies and is advised by the Management / Advisory Committee in the day-to-day running of the temple.
Souvenir Cover

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.

Live Streams

Watch live events from the temple. Deeparadhana is streamed live every day from 7 to 7:15 pm EST/EDT. 

Pooja Bookings

Book poojas / other services online. Basic information is required as the temple may need to contact you. Payments are channelled through the secure PayPal process.

Outcalls or service requests outside the temple can be done now. Fill up the form and send it; the temple will contact you based on the availability of the priests and the dates.

Udayasthamana Pooja

Offering Udayasthamana Pooja is one the most popular and favorite offering to Lord Guruvayurappan. The temple conducts this pooja only on certain days during the year because of the elaborate arrangements needed.

You can contact temple to book this Pooja. If you already booked this Pooja, temple will contact you and offer you potential dates for you to pick your convenient date.

Other Information

Location, contact information, managers, temple and office hours, Pooja timings, subscription, WhatsApp group, and map to the temple can be found here.

Yuvathma logo

Yuvathma is the youth wing of the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton.

We aim to bring together the younger members of our community to connect with one another while giving opportunities to volunteer and become active with GTOB.

Skip to content