Temple has very good architecture and spread in large area. Once we entered main temple building, there was auspicious smell of flowers and we felt that we are in India. There are children play area, Lunch/dining area. Food is served free of cost in afternoon, daily, in south-Indian style. Temple had good aura around it. This place is a definite... 更多
The place is very welcoming and interesting for all curious visitors. A great achievement to have used the land and turned this into such a venue. The community spirit is very strong and sets a good example. Many great temples and especially nice on bright clear days. Sometimes venue is used for presentations. If you want a quite peaceful away... 更多
We decided to take an almost two hour drive to visit this temple , and reached the temple by about 11.50 pm. We were aware it closes at 1 PM and re-opens again at 4 pm. Do note that the last half a mile of the journey, wherever you come from, is not easy as the place is very poorly... 更多
Visited here for my birthday and was surprised with the place. It approx. 122 miles from west London getting here was not a problem. A early start is recommended to be here for 8.30am as the different prayers start taking place in the different temples dedicated to the different Gods such as Shiva Krishna Sai baba etc...donations are very welcome... 更多
Visited temple with my family last weekend, a very nice temple, provides you with a internal peace. plenty of parking and no rush near by.
I visited here with my 6 year old son as he was doing 'India' as a topic for school. The people were very welcoming and said we could go in the shrines (as long as shoes were taken off and no photos) and invited us to wander around. It is a lovely Temple and we really enjoyed our time here.
it's our annual visit to the temple from Glasgow and really liked every time. very peaceful, wonderful parsadam (and also the Ladoo.. cost £1 from information center). Will visit soon