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Temple Timings

Temple Closed for Devotees Effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until further notice


Sundarakanda Parayaṇam will be done daily at 5:30 pm until Thursday, April 2, 2020. You can watch it live from home on temple's official Facebook page.



In response to the Allegheny County official's call on all nonessential businesses to close, SV Temple Managment has taken a decision to close the temple for devotees and visitors effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until further notice. This decision has been taken in the best interest of our employees, devotees, and community at large.


Please note:

 

1.   Daily Rituals will continue with two priests on site with no access to devotees.

2.   Security guard services will continue.

3.   Office staff will be scaled back.


Today's Services (Tuesday, March 31, 2020) Upcoming Events

The Mission of Sri Venkateswara Temple in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania is to provide a place for Hindus to worship in traditional style and to provide religious, humanitarian, cultural and educational resources to all interested in Hinduism. In addition, Sri Venkateswara Temple shall propagate ideals for world peace, harmony, spiritual and personal health through the tenets underlying Hindu faith which is Sanatana Dharma. Sri Venkateswara Temple (S. V. Temple) is located in Penn Hills, an eastern suburb of Pittsburgh, PA, USA. It is one of the earliest traditional Hindu Temples built in the United States. Sri Venkateswara Temple organization was established on Aug 7, 1975. Assistance from Tirumal Tirupathi Devasthanam (TTD) for construction of the temple was requested on Sept 11, 1975 and granted on the same day. On June 30, 1976 ground breaking was performed and was followed by pratisthapana on Nov 17, 1976. Daily worship is being performed continuously ever since.

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