Leytonstone temple

Shri Vallabh Nidhi  UK

In June 1980, Leyton Shrinathji Mandir was inaugurated with the hymns of Bhagwat Katha. The ceremony was attended by Shree Krushna Shankar Shastriji, Acharya Kanubhai Dave, Indira Betiji and her sister Nikunjlata Betiji. This was the first katha in UK for Indira Betiji and she was delighted to attend the same.

Leyton Ram Khat Murat saw the laying of the foundation stone for Leytonstone Ram Mandir by Pujya Moraribapu in June, 1980. Pran Prathistha with Katha by Pujya Chote Moraribapu was organized which was presided by Dadaji Shri Krishna Shankar Shatriji in the honour of Leyton Ram Mandir Staphna in June – 1982

With the ardent reverence of people towards Godliness, two other temples are constructed in the vicinity of Leytonstone Temple which is dedicated to Shri Ram and Shrinathji and many other deities such as Shiv Parivaar, Amba Mataji, Jalaram Bapa and Hanumanji.

Due to the untiring efforts and determination of the executives of Shri Vallabh Nidhi UK, a beautiful place was selected in East London for the temple. Thus, the temple received momentum and the process was sped up by the inspired people. Though the institution had only £130,000 on hand, the challenge was accepted of collecting £130,000 more for the fund.


Shrinathji Temple – Mandir timings
Open: 7:00am to 8:30am, 10:00am to 11:00am, 5:00pm – 5:30pm,
6:00pm – 6:30 pm, 7:30pm – 8pm
Aarti: Mangla aarti at 8:00am, Shayan Aarti at 8:00pm
Aarti at 12:30pm except for weekends and festival days Aarti at 1:00pm – Mandir closes after aarti

Sita Ram Ramandir – Mandir timings
Open: 7:00am to 8:30am, 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Aarti: 8:10am, 7:15pm
Raj Bhog aarti: 12:00 noon
Mandir closes: 1:00pm