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    Notice of Opening of the Temple to devotees from Saturday 4th July 2020.
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    Shri Venkateswara Balaji Temple of UK
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    Goddess Padmavathi, Sri Venkateswara (Balaji), Lord Hanuman
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    Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Murugan
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    Brahmotsavam 2020 - Unjal Seva, Main Ratham (Charriot) and Sesha Vahanam
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    Brahmotsavam 2020 - Hanuman Vahana, Garuda Vahana, Gaja Vahanam, Ashwa Vahanam

LIVE WEBCAST - Balaji Abishekam and puja on every Saturday at 8:00am during the lockdown.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) : NOTICE TO DEVOTEES - Temple opening during the Lockdown from Thursday 5th November 2020.

The temple will be open to devotees for private, individual or household prayers during this lockdown period. Read full statement

Devotee/Visitor guidelines have been updated and effective from 5th November 2020. Weekdays vist and Weekend visit guidelines are different. Please read relevant sections prior to your visit to the temple. Weekdays Weekends or Bank holidays
Opening Hours
Weekdays Weekends & Bank Holidays
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM and 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Please note that the temple will close at 8:30 pm from November to March (Winter Time)

Aerial view of Temple

Faith Hills

Seven hills on the site are to show our respect to seven major faiths and to reflect the seven peaks in Tirupati Temple.

Balaji School

Balaji School for Culture & Education provides strong spiritual and cultural foundation for young children for their future and the future of our culture.


Temple and its activities are primarily supported by much needed army volunteers who work in the spirit of ‘Sewa’. Please come forward and become a volunteer to be blessed.

Shrines in the Temple

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    Lord Ganesh

    Lord Ganesh also known as Ganapathy, Vinayaka and ---



    Lord Murugan

    Lord Murugan or Lord Karthik was born by the di---



    Lord Venkateswara (Balaji)

    Lord Venkateswara, also known as Balaji is the ---



    Goddess Shri Padmavathi

    Goddess Shri Padmavathi is the consort of Lord Bal---



    Lord Hanumaan

    Shri Hanuman is the greatest devotee of Lord Rama.---



    Lord Shiva

    Lord Shiva represents the aspect of the Supre---




    The Hindu astrology is based on the nine celestial---



    Lord Ayyapan

    Lord Ayyappan or simply Ayyappa is a popular Hi---



    Shiridi Sai Baba

    Sai Baba of Shirdi was an Indian guru, yogi, ---



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Sponsorship Opportunities

Ample opportunities are always available to contribute towards the realization of our vision in full. Contact temple office over phone or in person. The Staff will be able to guide you.


Devotee Experience


The guide was brilliant. Best visit till date.

Shool Visit, Lyndon School

Thank you for letting us visit your temple. I enjoyed seeing the priests praying to the gods. The poppadums and the yoghurt rice was scrumptious.

Shool Visit, Stafford
St. Thomas More School Catholic Primary

We received a great welcome.

Shool Visit, Birmingham
- Pippa, Student of Stafford Preparatory School

Thank you for letting us visit your temple. We really enjoyed looking at all the gods, especially when the priest said a little prayer for us. Eating the Indian food was extremely lucky. My favourite two gods were Ganesha and Hanuman.I was very lucky to come to the temple and also had the time of my life.

Shool Visit, Stafford
Anonymous - Devotee

The Arrangements that is made during the COVID times are excellent and well organised, I feel very safe visiting the temple and also very delighted to visit the temple after a lockdown.

Darshan at COVID times, Midlands
Galton Valley Primary

A lovely visit, very welcoming and thoughtful. Refreshments a big plus.

Shool Visit, Smethwick
Oakham Primary School

We really enjoyed it. The guide was excellent.

Shool Visit, Oldbury
King Edward VI Five Ways School

 Our year 8 pupils thoroughly enjoyed their Multicultural day and felt that your temple was certainly one of the highlights. They also commented on how interesting it was to observe real Hindus participating in prayer and worship, and felt it our experience of religion more realistic. We particularly liked listening to our guide. The children liked listening to his humorous stories. He clearly had a wealth of knowledge.

Shool Visit, Birmingham
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