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Mission Statement

The Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago is an Illinois general not-for-profit corporation, established in 1977.

The purpose of HTGC is:

  • To establish and maintain Hindu Temples build and serviced in the traditional Hindu style.
  • To promote Hindu Dharma (religion and traditions) and culture.
  • To promote inter-religious, social, and cultural understanding.
  • To support humanitarian causes.

Description

Welcome to the Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago, located in Lemont, Ill., approximately 25 miles southwest of Chicago.

The HTGC complex includes two separate temples:

Rama Temple:


The Rama Temple, which includes Sri Rama, Sita and Lakshmana; Lord Ganesha, Sri Hanuman, Lord Venkateshwara (Balaji), Mahalakshmi, Sri Krishna and Radha.

The Ganesha-Shiva-Durga Temple, which includes, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, Durga Devi, Lord Subrahmanya, Devi Parvathi, and Navagraha.
Ganesha-Shiva-Durga Temple

The complex provides a congenial atmosphere for worship and spiritual advancement. It also serves as a focal point cultural and educational activities.

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http://www.htgc.org

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