Your donations go to a divine cause in keeping our tradition & culture alive.
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We believe in a world where every living being should be respected, valued and nurtured. Our mission is to preserve traditional culture and arts for our future generation. We do that by creating a universal place of worship, education & cultural programs, food donations and helping all those who are in need. We always welcome everyone with open hearts.
Ekameva Sidhantha is the philosophy of our Guruji. It is the very principle of seeing the omnipresent divine in every living being. Therefore, under the divine guidance of our Guruji, The Hon. Ekameva Sidhantacharya Guru Rajaramji, Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple welcomes every devotee with mutual respect, honour & equal opportunity.
How You Can Help
Your contribution will help future generations uphold Hindu Dharma by providing education in Veda Sastras, with promise of a brighter future. Help us preserve traditional culture.
Become a Volunteer
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. By volunteering at our temple, you will be joining a divine satsang network strong enough to impact a positive change in your life.
Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and cheque donations at all our locations.
Join our temple family
All those who volunteer their precious time for our divine cause become a wholehearted member of our temple family. We encourage all community members to actively participate at our temple events. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us for more info.
NEW TEMPLE COMING SOON!
Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple new building construction is expected to be completed by 2022. Construction plans are well underway. Donations are currently being accepted for building fund!
SRI SAI SIVA VISHNU TEMPLE IS COMING SOON TO GEELONG! LEARN MORE ABOUT ABOUT OUR NEW TEMPLE BRANCH # 3. We would love to hear your thoughts!
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