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Solar Eclipse - Temple Will be Closed At Noon on 11/23 - Diwali Pooja change schedule
Temple will be closed for Solar Eclipse at 12:00 pm(Noon) on Thursday, October 23,2014 and will reopen at 9 am on Friday, October 24, 2014. Diwali Pooja's will be conducted on Friday, October 24, 2014.

We apologize for the inconvenience caused during Dussehra celebrations with parking and shuttle services. We are making sure parking will be taken care during the big event.

Diwali pooja's are scheduled at 5:30 pm and 7 pm on Friday, 24th October. We are arranging special buses from outside parking. Please this page for more details.

Cyclone ‘Hudhud’ caused destruction of historical proportion in the coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha last weekend. About 5,00,000 people were dislocated and the death toll has reached 35 so far. Thousands of houses are damaged. Airport and Industries in Visakhapatnamare severely affected. The damage to the crops, power installations is enormous. Initial estimates indicate that the financial loss due to Hudhud may go up to Rupees 70,000 crore.

Please donate generously for the victims of the cyclone in India. The checks may be written to ‘Hindu Temple of St. Louis’ with ‘cyclone relief’ in the memo section. The amount will be sent to appropriate service organization in India.

Bhagavad Gita Lectures - Every Saturday

Schedule: Every Saturday 10.30AM-12PM,
Location: Priest Quarters behind Temple
Instructor : Sri Lal Gopal Das
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Admission Free

Silver Jubilee Fundraiser - Thank you all for your support!
Silver Jubilee Fundraiser was Successful in all fronts. Thanks to you all for the great support and passion to serve the community. We are finalizing the numbers and will get back to you all with the final donation/pledges. Please promote our effort to all your friends and families. The journey just started... long way to go. Keep up the momentum of "Thousand 4 Thousand" 

Please donate Generously! Click below for event photos

Silver Jubilee Fundraiser Photos

See below links for more information and also on how to make a donation.

 Click here for online pledge form       MyTempleMyPledge form
           Community Center Flyer


Special Poojas & Events. Temple recurring poojas listed below this table



Monday - Friday

9 AM - 12 PM
5.00 PM - 8.00 PM
Saturday, Sunday
9AM - 8.00 PM
(No Shorts/Skirts
National Holidays &
Hindu festival days
9AM - 8.00 PM
Tel : 636.230.3300
Fax: 636.230.2904
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Mon 11/24/14 06:30 PM
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Temple History



The Hindu Temple of St. louis located in the west suburbs of the St. Louis and only fifteen minutes away from the St. Louis Arch, a most famous land mark of the St. Louis. Please navigate through menu to know the detail of services and directions.

The Hindu temple of St. Louis was formally registered as a not for profit organization in the state of Missouri on March 7th, 1988.

Bhoomi Pooja (ground breaking ceremony) was performed on April 21,1990. The architectural plans were drawn by the famous V GANAPATI STHAPATI and Associates of CHENNAI, INDIA. After the completion of Phase I, the formal inauguration of the Temple was done on Nov 8,1991. Initially we had only pictures of the deities in the temple. Later SAMPROKSHANA (initiation) of CHARABIMBAS (UTSAVA VIGRAHAS) made of panchaloha was celebrated on Jan 21, 1995.

The construction of Phase II was started on July 12, 1995. Eleven shilpis (artisans) came from India on Jan 21, 1997 and worked hard to complete the project. The PRANA PRATHISHTHAPANA and KUMBHABHISHEKAM celebrations were done on July 6, 1998. The phase III construction including RAJAGOPURAM was immediately started. Finally NAVAGRAHA PRANA PRATHISHTHAPANA and RAJAGOPURNA KUMBHABHISHEKAM took place on July 8, 2000. 

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