Bellevue Hindu Temple and Cultural Center

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Founded in 2011, Bellevue Hindu Temple and Cultural Center (BHTCC) is a spiritual center as well as a non-profit organization. The temple was established with the purpose of creating a religious and cultural space for the Hindu community of Bellevue. Currently under the presidency of Ravinder Sharma, the religious aspects of the temple are taken care of by Acharya Gopal Datt Sharma of Shimla, Acharya Manoj Datt Tripathi of Kashi, and Acharya Haresh Shukla of Gujarat. BHTCC also runs a Secular Program Mission, where the cultural goal is to provide educational lessons in yoga, music, and language to interested individual. The social aim of the program is to provide food, shelter, and medical services on a non-profit basis to anyone in need irrespective of race, nationality, or religion.

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Established : 2011

Address : 14320 NE 21st St #16, Bellevue, WA 98007

Hours : Monday to Friday - 08:30 AM to 01:00 PM and 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Saturday to Sunday – 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Deities : Sri Radha-Krishna, Sri Ram-Laxman-Sita, Sri Ganesh, Sri Sherawali/Durga Mata

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