Living Place of Worship
The Mandir’s daily ceremonies, weekly assemblies and year-round festivals are dedicated to the worship of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and the ancient practice of the Hindu faith.Learn more
Wooden Cultural Centre
The Haveli adjacent to the stone temple is fashioned from harvested Burmese teak and English oak with exquisite traditional craftsmanship and environmentally friendly features.Learn more
Situated on the lower floor of the Mandir, the exhibition presents the values and wisdom of the world’s oldest living religion through 3D displays and traditional craftwork.Learn more
Open to All
The Mandir is open to people of all faiths and backgrounds, all year round. Entry is free.Learn more
Popularly known as the 'Neasden Temple’, the Mandir is a traditional place of Hindu worship designed and constructed entirely according to ancient Vedic architectural texts – using no structural steel whatsoever.