Jaya Hanuman Temple & Cultural Center (JHTCC) will function as a “not for profit” organization with the central purpose of serving the devotees in the North-West, to promote and nurture the Hindu way of life. The organization will have the religious purpose of serving as a place of worship to the devotees as well as a place to promote and celebrate Indian culture, through its cultural wing. The organization will provide a place for all, regardless of ethnicity and background to practice and learn about Indian culture, traditions, and values. For people with the strong desire among the religious-minded settlers of North West to have a place of worship that adheres to Vedic traditions is the single biggest source of demand for the services that will be offered by JHTCC
JHTCC started in 2013 in Seattle - Website: www.jayahanumantemple.org
Seattle Hanuman Temple was opened on Aug 2nd, 2014.
1st Hanumath Jayanthi Celebration 1008 Vada Mala was put for Urchava Hanuman 1st time - 12/21/2014
Prana Pradhishta of all Gods (Kumbhabishekam) - 2/5/2015 - 2/8/2015
Hanumanth Jayanthi Celebration - 4/4/2015
8Ft Hanuman Arrives - 8/7/2015
8Ft Hanuman Pradhishta - 9/11/2015 - 9/13/2015
Portland Jaya Hanuman Temple Opened - Aug 2016
7ft Hanuman and Perumal and all other God Arrives - 12/8/2016
Opening Day Celebration - Portland Jaya Hanuman Temple - 12/16/2016 - 12/18/2016
Pradhishta of all Gods (Kumbhabishekam) - 2/9/2016 - 2/12/2016
Our core mission is to foster and nurture Vedic Indian culture and arts to all the Asian Indians settled here in King County and the Seattle area.
Keys to success
We set up our temple with deities prescribed in Vedic texts. As defined in our scriptures, our activities include the following