List of Hindu Temples in England - London


Temples which are purpose built to traditional methods are demarcated in bold.

  • Adhya shakti mataji temple,
  • Ayyappan Temple UK
  • Caribbean Hindu Society, Lambeth
  • Dharma Bhakti Manor, Stanmore
  • Eelapatheeswarar Aalayam, Edgware
  • Eelapatheeswarar Aalayam, Wembley
  • Eeswaran Temple, Wembley
  • Gayatri Math Thirussthatham Temple, Edgware
  • Ganapathy Temple, Wimbledon
  • Gayatri Temple, West Hendon
  • Greenwich Hindu Mandir, Plumstead
  • Highgate Hill Murugan Temple, Highgate Hill
  • Hindu Centre, Belsize Park
  • Hindu Cultural Society, North Finchley
  • Hindu Mandir, Plumstead
  • Hindu Society, Tooting
  • Hindu Temple, Finchley
  • Sindhi Community House, Cricklewood
  • Int. Swaminarayan Satsang Organisation, Streatham
  • Int. Swaminarayan Satsang Organisation, Willesden
  • Kali Mata Mandir, Hayes
  • Kanaga Thurkkai Amman Temple, West Ealing
  • Krishna Yoga Mandir, Edmonton
  • Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple, Forest Gate
  • Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple, Plumstead
  • Kutch Satsang Swaminarayana Temple, Harrow
  • London Ganapathy Temple, Wembley
  • London Sevashrama Sangh, Shepherds Bush
  • London Sivan Kovil, Lewisham
  • Maha Lakshmi Temple, Manor Park
  • Maha Lakshmi Vidya Temple, Forrest Hill
  • Murugan Temple, Manor Park
  • Muththumari Amman Temple, Tooting
  • Nath ji Sanatan Hindu Mandir, Leytonstone
  • Radha Krishna Cultural Centre, South Norwood
  • Radha Krishna Temple, Balham
  • Radha Krishna Temple, Soho
  • Radha Krishna Temple, Stratford
  • Radha Krishna Temple, Redbridge
  • Shakti Mandir, Wembley
  • Shree Ram Mandir, Southall
  • Shri Sanatan Hindu Mandir, Wembley
  • South East Hindu Association, Woolwich
  • Swaminarayan Hindu Mission, Neasden
  • Swaminarayan Hindu Mission, Upton
  • Swaminarayan Mandir, Golders Green
  • Swaminarayan Temple, Willesden
  • Swaminarayan Hindu Mission, Leicester
  • Sri Raja Rajaeswari Amman Temple,Stoneleigh
  • Vishwa Hindu Mandir, Southall

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