Shree Mahanand Dham
162 Windmill Road
West Midlands United Kingdom Cv6 7Be
Charity Number: 1146820
Minister of Religion: Pandit Ravi Bhushan
UK: 07831 094 082 / 2476-666712
International Dial In: +44 07831 094 082/
ABOUT Shree Mahanand Dham
Shree Mahanand Dham is a not-for-profit organization, established in 1990. The main bases are in United Kingdom and India.
Charity Number: 1146820
Shree Mahanand Dham is Hindu Religious Community Service based in Coventry, UK to meet the Hindu community’s growing cultural, religious and spiritual need, and to provide an avenue for spiritual growth.
To preserve and protect the rich Hindu-Sanatan Dhrama culture and traditions passed on by our forefathers, and, for us to pass these traditions on to future generations.
Our goal is to practice, promote, and teach the Hindu Sanatan Dharma way of life.
HISTORY OF SHREE MAHANAND DHAM
Founded by Acharya Shree Ravi Bhushan Ji, son of Shree Mahanand Ji. Acharya Ji was born in Jalandhar City, Punjab in India (Jalandhar is a city located 134 km northwest of the state capital, Chandigarh.
Acharya Ji left Jalandhar city in 1983 for Malaysia where he worked and further perused his religious studies. Acharya Ji went back to India in 1986 where he worked with lots of Hindu scholars and engaged himself with Hinduism. Then to spread the teachings of Hindu religion and universal brotherhood he moved to England in 1990 and has been spreading the universal teachings of Hindu faith ever since then.
Shree Acharya Ji has been part of the quite a few Hindu temples as Priest
Sanatan Dharam Sabha (Ipoh, Malaysia)
Sri Vishav Hindu temple – Southall (London)
Sri Sanatan Dharma Temple – Coventry
Sri Krishna Mandir – Lamington Spa
Shree Mahanand Dham (Religious Community Service) – Coventry
Something about Jalandhar - In Hindu mythology, Jalandhar was the eponymous kingdom of a devil in Satyuga. It was also known as Prasthala at the time of the Mahabharta and as Jullundur in British times.)
With a parental background of Garhwal (Garwal or Gurwal is a region and administrative division of Uttarakhand state, India, lying in the Himalayas got its name from Gahadvala Rajputs. It is bounded on the north by Tibet, on the east by Kumaon region, on the south by Uttar Pradesh state, and on the west by Himachal Pradesh state. It includes the districts of Chamoli, Dehradun, Haridwar, Pauri Garhwal, Rudraprayag, Tehri Garhwal, and Uttarkashi. The people of Garhwal are known as Garhwali and speak Garhwali language (Devanagari). The administrative center for Garhwal division is the town of Pauri.)