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Important information for the HTW Community members
regarding temple operations

1. Temple will be closed to all devotees until the April 12th, 2020.

2. Priests will continue to perform required poojas daily to maintain the sanctity of the Temple

3. Sri Rama Navami will be celebrated on April 2nd 2020. Live streaming will be through the temple FB page from 9.30 am onwards.

Namaste everyone! We are also steaming the Rama Navami celebrations through zoom. Please click the button above and join us at 9.30 am tomorrow. Thanks!
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The Hindu Temple of the Woodlands

Established in 2005 with land purchased in the same year, Hindu Temple of The Woodlands is home to Ganesha, Shiva, Balaji, MahaLakshmi and Radha Krishna. It is located at South Forestgate and Woodlands Parkway. Because of its location in The Woodlands in a wooded area adjacent to Forestgate Park, one of The Woodland’s one hundred parks, it is one of the most beautiful temple sites in the area.
Future developments for the temple are yagna facilities, classroom and library space, a large lobby and a kitchen. HTW has an active educational program and has celebrated a number of festivals. Community service is also a part of the temple’s mission.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

This syllable OM is indeed Brahman. This syllable is the Highest. Whosoever knows this syllable obtains all that he desires.

- Katha Upanishad 1.2.16

2018-08-30T23:48:34+00:00

- Katha Upanishad 1.2.16

This syllable OM is indeed Brahman. This syllable is the Highest. Whosoever knows this syllable obtains all that he desires.

I look upon all creatures equally; none are less dear to me and none more dear.

- Bhagawad Gita 9.29

2018-08-30T23:49:21+00:00

- Bhagawad Gita 9.29

I look upon all creatures equally; none are less dear to me and none more dear.

The Infinite is the source of joy. There is no joy in the finite. Only in the Infinite is there joy. Ask to know the Infinite.

- Chandogya Upanishad 7.23

2018-08-30T23:50:26+00:00

- Chandogya Upanishad 7.23

The Infinite is the source of joy. There is no joy in the finite. Only in the Infinite is there joy. Ask to know the Infinite.

Now man is made of determination (kratu); according to what his determination is in this world so will he be be when he has departed this life.

- Shankara, Vedanta Sutra 1.2.1

2018-08-30T23:51:04+00:00

- Shankara, Vedanta Sutra 1.2.1

Now man is made of determination (kratu); according to what his determination is in this world so will he be be when he has departed this life.

However men try to reach me, I return their love with my love; whatever path they may travel, it leads to me in the end.

- Bhagawad Gita 4.11

2018-08-30T23:53:16+00:00

- Bhagawad Gita 4.11

However men try to reach me, I return their love with my love; whatever path they may travel, it leads to me in the end.

One should not engage in theological disputes; there is room for many different viewpoints, and no single viewpoint is the final truth.
2018-08-30T23:54:15+00:00
One should not engage in theological disputes; there is room for many different viewpoints, and no single viewpoint is the final truth.

Truth alone wins, and not untruth. By truth is laid the path called Devayana, by which the desireless seers ascend to where exists the supreme treasure attainable through truth.

- Munduka Upanishad 3.5

2018-08-30T23:54:44+00:00

- Munduka Upanishad 3.5

Truth alone wins, and not untruth. By truth is laid the path called Devayana, by which the desireless seers ascend to where exists the supreme treasure attainable through truth.

Thy right is to work only; but never to the fruits thereof. Be thou not the producer of the fruits of (thy) actions; neither let thy attachment be towards inaction.

- Bhagawad Gita 2.47

2018-08-30T23:55:11+00:00

- Bhagawad Gita 2.47

Thy right is to work only; but never to the fruits thereof. Be thou not the producer of the fruits of (thy) actions; neither let thy attachment be towards inaction.