List of Hindu Temples in England - West Midlands

West Midlands

  • Eellakkanthan Thirukkovil, coventry
  • Baba Balak Nathji Mandir, Coventry
  • Maha Shiv Shakti Mandir, Willenhall
  • Durga Bhawan, Bilston
  • Durga Bhawan, Smethwick
  • Hindu Gujarati Samaj, Nuneaton
  • Hindu Samaj Mandal, Darlaston
  • Hindu Temple Society, Coventry
  • ISKCON, Birmingham
  • Kalyan Mandal, Rugby
  • Krishna Mandir, Dudley
  • Krishna Mandir, Leamington Spa
  • Krishna Mandir, Wolverhampton
  • Krishna Temple, Birmingham
  • Laxmi Narayana Mandir, Birmingham
  • Mandir Baba Balak Nath, Walsall
  • Murugan Temple Coventry
  • Mata Da Mandir, Dudley
  • Omkarananda Mission
  • Radha Krishna Cultural Centre, Coventry
  • Rama Krishna Temple, Wolverhampton
  • Rama Mandir, Birmingham
  • Rama Mandir, Walsall
  • Sanatan Dharm Hindu Temple, Coventry
  • Shiva Trust Rossendale
  • Shree Geeta Bhawan, Birmingham
  • Shri Radha Krishna Temple (HCRC), Telford
  • Shree Krishna Mandir, West Bromwich
  • Shree Mahanand Dham, Coventry. http://www.smduk.org & http://www.panditraviji.com
  • Shri Sidhi Vinayagar devasthanam, Coventry
  • Universal Divine Temple Ek Nivas, Wolverhampton
  • Venkateshwara (Balaji) Temple, Oldbury

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