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Aylesbury Hindu Temple Trust (AHT) - Bucks

To build & maintain Hindu Temple in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Aylesbury Hindu Temple Trust is a UK charity organisation, aims to provide a meeting place geared towards enhancing spiritual, cultural, social and physical growth based on Hindu principles of duty towards family and society. Hindu worshippers across Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas had gathered for the first time to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi together on 16 Sep 2018.  About 500+ people attended the Celebration in Aylesbury.

Below are the details of the AHT accounts you can make payments to in relation to your membership / donations.

Bank Details: Name: Aylesbury Hindu Temple | Sort Code: 23-05-80 | Account number: 28993255

Members of the faith in the area hope to hold sessions and aim to build a Hindu temple in Aylesbury.

Aylesbury Hindu Temple Trust Forthcoming Activities

The Aylesbury Hindu Temple and Community Centre is one of the most prominent cultural community and has something for everyone. Aylesbury Hindu Temple organisation is formed by a group of friends living in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Our Objective is to develop cohesion amongst our hindu community by organising a variety of forthcoming festivals and cultural programs. To engage and educate young people especially children in teaching principles of social inclusion and shared traditions. To increase cultural awareness and diversity in Buckinghamshire and nearby areas (North of London & Oxfordshire). Hindus make offerings to a Murti. A murti is an image of the main God, or a god or goddess. The Hindu building for communal worship is called Mandir (Hindu Temple). Worshippers ring a bell when they enter the Mandir. The Aylesbury Hindu Temple is dedicated to different gods and is the focus of religious life.

Aylesbury Hindu Temple

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