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. Fashioned out of nickel-silver and plated with 24 carat gold at jewellery strength of 15 microns, the medallions are approximately 5cm in diameter and 3mm thick. Each piece is individually packed in a clear plastic capsule and placed in a special velvet prestige box. An excellent way to own one of these unique medallions and at the same time contribute towards our dream of a Guruvayurappan temple in Canada is to make a donation of $1,000. Donor will receive a charitable tax receipt for $750 and also the GTB undertakes to perform a Pushpanjali every year on the birth day of the donor and his/her spouse for life.
Donations can be a single payment (cash, cheque or credit card) or in ten instalments with post dated cheques. The medallion will be delivered to you upon full payment or payment of the final instalment. Donors from the U.S can avail of special arrangements to receive charitable donation receipts that are acceptable to IRS. Please contact the GTB directly for details.
Please contact the temple for more details. Cheques should be made payable to Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton. The blessed (sanctified) Medallion can be personally collected from our Thirumeni or it can be mailed. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery.
How can you help?
You have a number of avenues to contribute as a volunteer.
We are constantly looking for help from:
Accountants, Lawyers, Engineers, public speakers and so on to participate in the various sub-committees of the temple.
Volunteers who are willing spare time at the temple on weekdays and weekends in the evening. We will issue certificate to school/college students that will help them fulfill community service requirement.
Volunteers who will help us conduct public functions and large gatherings in different ways such as controlling and directing traffic, fill up and distribute prasadam, clean the temple premises after the function etc.
Volunteers who could make phone calls to temple patrons with a view to spreading the message of the temple and helping to collect funds.
Youths to join hands with our youth wing Yuvatma.
Spread the word about our “Nama Japam” program and obtain bookings from the Hindu community.
Book a Pooja. Make a Loan Pledge. Buy a Medallion. Make Recurring Donations. Make a Lump Sum Donation. Participate in Special Events. With Literary Contributions
Book Udayasthamana Pooja
The Udaya Asthamana Pooja is supposed to be the most coveted and dearest of all poojas and is the most popular offering involving special poojas and vilakku (illuminations).
‘Udaya Asthamana’ literally means from sunrise to sunset. Hence it implies worship from sunrise to sunset. Normally there are three Poojas in a day – Usha pooja, Ucha pooja and Athazha pooja. When an Udaya Asthamana pooja is done in any temple there are 18 Poojas. But at Guruvayur there are 21 Poojas, and that is what we plan to do here.
Online booking and payments
Interac Email Transfer
Make an Email Transfer (Interac e-Transfer) to [email protected]uvayur.ca through your bank.
Please add the relevant details (pooja/donation, contact email/phone, names and birth stars etc.) as “Message” on the Interac email transfer screen of your online banking
Please note that, in the case of donations, name and address of the donor are required to generate Tax Receipts
Please contact the temple via email ([email protected]), or by phone at the following numbers:
905-799-0900 during temple hours
905-488-0950 outside temple hours (between 10 am and 5 pm)
Credit Card information should be provided over the phone when booking the pooja.