Shri Krishna Mandir, Malviya Nagar




Shri Krishna Mandir, Malviya Nagar:



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Shri Krishna Mandir, Malviya Nagar
 
Shri Krishna Mandir, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi is a Registered Body established in 1979 under the Delhi Society Registration Act. The members of this body are primarily Punjabi Hindu with roots in Dera Ghazi khan which at present is located in West Pakistan. Our forefathers migrated from Dera Ghazi khan and settled in and around Delhi after the partition.

The day to day operations of the Sabha are run by an executive body elected from among the members (Punjabi Hindu roots in Dera Ghazi Khan) of the Sabha. The members of the body work on an honorary basis with the Annual General Body meeting.

Dera Ghazi khan Sabha, Malviya Nagar undertook renovation of a small temple of Lord Shri Krishna in 1978 situated in K-15, Khirki Extension Malviya Nagar, New Delhi. At that time the temple was in ruins and housed only one small idol of Lord Krishna. The Sabha with the help of devotees began an overall renovation of the Lord Krishna Darbar and established a new Lord Ram Darbar as well. Over the years, the temple expanded with additions of a Shivalaya (Parvertee Ma, Gauri Ma, Lord Ganeshji & Lord Kartikaye) & Durga Mata Darbar. The temple has continued to expand with Idols of Lord Hanuman & Laxmi Narayan Darbar being established in the past decade. In 2009, a magnificent idol of Sri Sai Baba was also established.

In addition to above, the temple also houses a big AC hall on the ground floor complete with a stage and sound setup for all congregations. The expansion went on with rooms being created for devotees and charitable services.

With the lord’s grace and active help of devotees a huge Hall for Yoga, Bhandara etc. has also been built over the years on the second floor having its own separate kitchen to serve upto 500 devotees at a time.

The temple is open as per established time schedule. All Poojas are performed in adopting all the established rituals by experienced and knowledgeable Vedic Pandits.
The Sabha also regularly organizes events on all major festivals including Janmashtami, Deepawali, Navaratas, Bhagwat Gita Katha & Ramayan Paths.
Every Thursday a Sai Baba Langar is organized by the Sabha for the underprivileged and poor people.

The Sabha also runs charitable and social services such as Homeopathy, Ayurevedic, Acupuncture, Yoga, Dentist & Physiotherapy and Pathology Lab (Sample Collection Center).
Facilities of Hall and rooms are also available for Religious and Social services such as Satsangs, Pagri ceremonies & various Medical Camps as per Sabha terms & conditions.
Recently the Sabah has started an Online Marriage Service Center which provides matchmaking services as per rules & regulations of the Sabha.

Future plans include continued efforts to expand Charitable Services and establishment of lift services for the old & disabled persons, The maintenance and construction of this temple is a continuous process and the devotees are requested to provide help and support in any form possible (TAN, MAN & DHAN).