Updated Temple operating schedule
In light of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases within Montgomery county, the temple COVID taskforce committee has chosen in an abundance of caution to have reduced temple hours prioritizing the safety of devotees, community, priests, and volunteers.
New hours of operation
- Weekday evenings: 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
- Weekends: 8.30 am – 12.30 pm and 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Please check the bottom of this page or the contact us page for the updated operating schedule.
Please contact (832) 585 0001 for further information. For further updates, please watch out for announcements here and through other communication tools like WhatsApp, newsletter and others. Be safe.
Finding information on religious events
As you explore and become familiar with the site, here are some pointers to find the information on religious activities.
- All the major events will be shared in this announcements section.
- All the scheduled events are in the event calendar. The link is at the top of the page (Events).
- If there are additional details about regular religious activities, they will be posted in the religious activities page (under Puja services menu)
We share all of this information on the website as well as other channels like Newsletter, Facebook, and WhatsApp. You can always contact us if you need any other information. If you are not familiar with these channels, then you can find the media in the footer of this page.
- Join the mailing list to get the newsletter delivered to your email.
- Subscribe to HTW Facebook to get notifications about new events.
- Contact HTW to get added to the HTW WhatsApp group
Note: If there are additional details about regular activities of other groups, they will be posted in the respective group pages.
Vasant PanchamiThursday, February 25th 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
Vasant Panchami marks the preliminary preparations for the arrival of spring and also the start of preparations for Hollika & Holi, which take place 40 days later. Vasant Panchami is the festival dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is the Goddess of knowledge, language, music, and all arts. She symbolizes creative energy and power in all its form, including longing and love (Kama).
Meeting ID: 824 6091 7167
One Community, One Temple, One Shared Vision
With the vision of dedicated individuals along with the strong support from this community, HTW has grown in meeting the religious, cultural and educational needs. To meet the needs of our growing community and to provide an ideal environment for our next generation in understanding our heritage, HTW is planning to expand the facilities to scale the current religious, cultural, food activities and bring classes onsite.
Be a part of this next phase and leave a lasting legacy.Read more
What We Do
Facilitate the environment for the community to practice ways of life through Bhakti (devotion), Gyana (knowledge) and Karma (action)
Religious, spiritual and cultural activities that promote devotion, assimilation of eternal values, and creative artistic expression.
Education about the teachings of Sanatana Dharma that promote right understanding both within and outside the community.
A platform to bring people with common interests together for a better life and reach out to meet the community needs.
Volunteers are the backbone in organizing many exciting activities for the devotees. Explore the activities that interest you, be part of that experience, learn new things from other volunteers and at the same time enjoy the camaraderie.Register
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