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Sree Vinayaka Mandir  
Temple name Sree Vinayaka Mandir  
Temple category Ganesh 
God/Daiety name Sidhi Budhi Ambal Sametha Vinayakar 
State DL 
District DELHI 
StreetAB Block, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi, New Delhi
PIN code110023
Opening Time6 IST
Closing Time21 IST
Maintened bySree Vinayaka Mandir Committee (Regd)
contact phone/mobile9811346932
Builed year1950
Builded bySVMC


About templeSree Vinayaka Mandir Committee ( Regd)Sree Vinayaka Mandir Marg, AB Block, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi 110023Ph : 24670924PRESS RELEASEThe South Indian Community of Delhi as far back as 1950 felt the necessity to have a temple in the National Capital for reflecting their rituals and rites. To this end certain Philanthropists and Citizens of Delhi formed themselves into a Committee known as SREE VINAYAKA MANDIR COMMITTEE which was later registered with the Registrar of Societies Delhi on the 16th Day of April 1953. The Primary objective of the Committee was to install Lord VINAYAKA in the Capital.A Small temple with a “Garbha Griha” for Lord Vinayaka and Prakarams around it was built out of the contributions from the public. With the blessings of His Holiness Paramacharyal of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam and His Holiness Sree Sankaracharya Swamigal of Sringeri Sharada Peetam, the idols of Sree Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Karpaga Vinayakar was installed on the 24th August 1961 in Sarojini Nagar, built by the Sthapathis from the south India.The Kumbabhishekam was performed in the traditional South Indian style in the presence of a number of Divotees from different parts of the country. From this humble beginning the Mandir has grown steadily with the ardent devotion and manificence of the public. It has the Vigrahas for Lord Hanuman and the Navagraha devatas and they attract the attention of the entire devoted public of Delhi. In June 1983 to meet the wishes of the Local devotees a temple for Lord Siva was also consecrated. Here the Swayambhu linga brought from the Narmada river in Omkareshwar has been installed with the Murthis of Parvathi, Ganesh and Karthik along with Nandi. Now the temple is celebrating its 50th Year known as ‘GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR’ and the temple is celebrating the year as “SWARNA JAYANTHI MAHOTSAVAM”. During this Swarna Jayanthi Mahotsavam the temple management have conducted various types of Vedic , Religious and Cultural Programmes befitting the occasion. On conclusion of the year long programmes, with the Blessings of Lord Vinayaka, SWARNA BHANDHANA KUMBABHISHEKAM,was performed on 19th June 2011. Kumbabhishekam is a ritual required to be performed after any major repairs by pouring Holy water on the Kalash installed on the top of the temple tower.The Temple authorities have conducted various types of Maha Yagnas in the past ……..as Maharudram every year for past more than 23 years, Athirudram 4 times Sahasra Chandi and Rig Veda Samhita Homam and Athrava Veda Samhita Homam which are Unique and rate in nature in the temples of Delhi. Here we need to mention that the Maharudram Book is being published by the Temple committee. This book is very popular among the Vaideegals and Rithviks all over the world. This is the only Vinayaka Temple wherein the Swapageetham is recited at the end of the day when Lord Ganesha goes to sleep. There about 8 slokas are recited after the Pooja and these are available on our website www.vinayaka.org.Also This was the first Vinayaka Temple wherein the Sidhi Budhi Vivaha paddhathi was formed and now other temple is also following the same. The Vivaham is being performed every year after Vinayaka Chathirthi celebrations. It is being followed for more than 30 years. The Temple has brought out the The Sidhi Budhi Vinayaka Vivaha Paddhathi in a book form.These achievements have been possible only with the blessings of Lord Vinayaka and the full cooperation of the Devotees. Significance of the Worship of Sree Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Karpaga Vinayaka.In addition to the eighteen puranas known as the Ashtadasa Puranas, there are eithteen other Minor Puranas which are known as Upa Puranas. One among them is the Bhargava Purana also known as Vinayaka Purana or Ganesa Purana. Sage Veda vyasa is the author of the Major and minor Puranas. In fact, there is no Puranas which does not have a reference to Lord Ganesa. But only in Bhargava Purana and Upa Purana by name Mudgala Purana which recounts in detail about the birth and Leelas of Maha Ganapathi. We learn in the Bhargava Purana that when Vinayaka attained adolescence, Mother Parvathi Devi as all other mothers do, began to think about celebrating the marriage. When she was considering the question with Her Lord Maheswara, sage Narada visited Kailash and paid his respects to them. He suggested that Siddhi and Buddhi, the two daughters of Brahma would be the ideal brides of Ganesa. In the Hindu Pantheon of Gods, Ganesa occupies of a most important place. No worship begins without Vigneswara Puja. Vinayaka represents Pranava (Omkara) He is the remover of all obstacles. The combination of the elephant head and human body signifies the Jeeva Brahma unity. Although more popularly Lord Ganesa is worshipped as Brahmachari, there are very few places worship in India where Vinayaka is worshipped as Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Vinayaka. Sree Vinayaka Mandir at Sarojini Nagar is one among them While the elephant head deity by himself represents the Pure Pranava, with his consorts by his side, he reminds us that he is the bestower of SIDDHI and BUDDHI. Having seated with Devis of Siddhi and Buddhi this Vinayaka is believed to be more Powerful as compared to other Vinayakas.SIDDHI is nothing but signifying Fulfilment and BUDDHI the Wisdom.Though the temple is managed by South Indians, several visitors belong to all the Northern states only. Certain days other religious visitors also can be seen to perform Poojas. From those unusual feature public can form their opinion about the power of the Diety in Vinayaka Mandir, Sarojini Nagar.The importance of the temple grows day by day due to the system and methods followed in performing various types of Pooja.Many people raise a question, how it is possible to perform Mega programme when sufficient space is not available in this temple. Lord Vinayaka himself replies with a smile saying … let any number of people visit, I shall accommodate .May Lord Vinayaka bless all.

FestivalsVinayaka Chaturthi, Athirudram, Maharudram, Hanumath Jayanthi, Annabhishekam, Shankabhishekam, Shivarathri, Vasantha and Sharad Navarathri, Chandi Homam, Sri Suktha Homam, Atharvaseersha Homam, Medha Dakshinamoorthy Homam, Maha Mrityunjaya Homam, and many

HistorySree Vinayaka Mandir Committee ( Regd)Sree Vinayaka Mandir Marg, AB Block, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi 110023Ph : 24670924PRESS RELEASEThe South Indian Community of Delhi as far back as 1950 felt the necessity to have a temple in the National Capital for reflecting their rituals and rites. To this end certain Philanthropists and Citizens of Delhi formed themselves into a Committee known as SREE VINAYAKA MANDIR COMMITTEE which was later registered with the Registrar of Societies Delhi on the 16th Day of April 1953. The Primary objective of the Committee was to install Lord VINAYAKA in the Capital.A Small temple with a “Garbha Griha” for Lord Vinayaka and Prakarams around it was built out of the contributions from the public. With the blessings of His Holiness Paramacharyal of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam and His Holiness Sree Sankaracharya Swamigal of Sringeri Sharada Peetam, the idols of Sree Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Karpaga Vinayakar was installed on the 24th August 1961 in Sarojini Nagar, built by the Sthapathis from the south India.The Kumbabhishekam was performed in the traditional South Indian style in the presence of a number of Divotees from different parts of the country. From this humble beginning the Mandir has grown steadily with the ardent devotion and manificence of the public. It has the Vigrahas for Lord Hanuman and the Navagraha devatas and they attract the attention of the entire devoted public of Delhi. In June 1983 to meet the wishes of the Local devotees a temple for Lord Siva was also consecrated. Here the Swayambhu linga brought from the Narmada river in Omkareshwar has been installed with the Murthis of Parvathi, Ganesh and Karthik along with Nandi. Now the temple is celebrating its 50th Year known as ‘GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR’ and the temple is celebrating the year as “SWARNA JAYANTHI MAHOTSAVAM”. During this Swarna Jayanthi Mahotsavam the temple management have conducted various types of Vedic , Religious and Cultural Programmes befitting the occasion. On conclusion of the year long programmes, with the Blessings of Lord Vinayaka, SWARNA BHANDHANA KUMBABHISHEKAM,was performed on 19th June 2011. Kumbabhishekam is a ritual required to be performed after any major repairs by pouring Holy water on the Kalash installed on the top of the temple tower.The Temple authorities have conducted various types of Maha Yagnas in the past ……..as Maharudram every year for past more than 23 years, Athirudram 4 times Sahasra Chandi and Rig Veda Samhita Homam and Athrava Veda Samhita Homam which are Unique and rate in nature in the temples of Delhi. Here we need to mention that the Maharudram Book is being published by the Temple committee. This book is very popular among the Vaideegals and Rithviks all over the world. This is the only Vinayaka Temple wherein the Swapageetham is recited at the end of the day when Lord Ganesha goes to sleep. There about 8 slokas are recited after the Pooja and these are available on our website www.vinayaka.org.Also This was the first Vinayaka Temple wherein the Sidhi Budhi Vivaha paddhathi was formed and now other temple is also following the same. The Vivaham is being performed every year after Vinayaka Chathirthi celebrations. It is being followed for more than 30 years. The Temple has brought out the The Sidhi Budhi Vinayaka Vivaha Paddhathi in a book form.These achievements have been possible only with the blessings of Lord Vinayaka and the full cooperation of the Devotees. Significance of the Worship of Sree Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Karpaga Vinayaka.In addition to the eighteen puranas known as the Ashtadasa Puranas, there are eithteen other Minor Puranas which are known as Upa Puranas. One among them is the Bhargava Purana also known as Vinayaka Purana or Ganesa Purana. Sage Veda vyasa is the author of the Major and minor Puranas. In fact, there is no Puranas which does not have a reference to Lord Ganesa. But only in Bhargava Purana and Upa Purana by name Mudgala Purana which recounts in detail about the birth and Leelas of Maha Ganapathi. We learn in the Bhargava Purana that when Vinayaka attained adolescence, Mother Parvathi Devi as all other mothers do, began to think about celebrating the marriage. When she was considering the question with Her Lord Maheswara, sage Narada visited Kailash and paid his respects to them. He suggested that Siddhi and Buddhi, the two daughters of Brahma would be the ideal brides of Ganesa. In the Hindu Pantheon of Gods, Ganesa occupies of a most important place. No worship begins without Vigneswara Puja. Vinayaka represents Pranava (Omkara) He is the remover of all obstacles. The combination of the elephant head and human body signifies the Jeeva Brahma unity. Although more popularly Lord Ganesa is worshipped as Brahmachari, there are very few places worship in India where Vinayaka is worshipped as Siddhi Buddhi Sametha Vinayaka. Sree Vinayaka Mandir at Sarojini Nagar is one among them While the elephant head deity by himself represents the Pure Pranava, with his consorts by his side, he reminds us that he is the bestower of SIDDHI and BUDDHI. Having seated with Devis of Siddhi and Buddhi this Vinayaka is believed to be more Powerful as compared to other Vinayakas.SIDDHI is nothing but signifying Fulfilment and BUDDHI the Wisdom.Though the temple is managed by South Indians, several visitors belong to all the Northern states only. Certain days other religious visitors also can be seen to perform Poojas. From those unusual feature public can form their opinion about the power of the Diety in Vinayaka Mandir, Sarojini Nagar.The importance of the temple grows day by day due to the system and methods followed in performing various types of Pooja.Many people raise a question, how it is possible to perform Mega programme when sufficient space is not available in this temple. Lord Vinayaka himself replies with a smile saying … let any number of people visit, I shall accommodate .May Lord Vinayaka bless all.

Special features10 different Ganapathy Homam during Vinayaka Chaturthi Brahmothsavam followed by Sidhi Budhi Vivaham which is unique in the entire world.

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