List of Hindu Temples in England - North West

North West

  • Gita Bhavan Mandir, Manchester
  • Gujarat Hindu Society, Preston
  • Hare Krishna Centre (ISKCON), Manchester
  • Hindu Samaj, Sheffield
  • Krishna Mandir, Bolton
  • Kutch Satsang Swaminarayana Temple, Bolton
  • Liverpool Ganesh Temple, Delfby Crescent,Kirkby, Liverpool, L32 8TN.
  • Radha Krishna Mandir, Manchester
  • Shree Radha Krishna Hindu Temple, 253 Edge Lane, Liverpool, L7 2PH.
  • Sri Muthumariamman Temple, Tamil Community Centre, 17 Fielding Street, Kensington, Liverpool, L6 9AP.
  • Indian Association Oldham
  • Radha Krishna Temple, Oldham
  • Rama Krishna Temple, Warrington
  • Rama Temple, Ashton-under-Lyne
  • Shree Bharatiya Mandal Indian Association (Tameside), Shree Ambaji Mandir, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 8JN.
  • Swaminarayana Hindu Mission, Preston
  • Swaminarayana Hindu Mission, Ashton-Under-Lyne
  • Swaminarayana Sidhant Sajivan Mandal, Bolton
  • Swaminarayana Temple, Oldham
  • Veda Mandir, Bolton

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