Indo American Cultural Center & Temple

Temple Calendar 2014 available for download

November Newsletter available for download

Temple Events

Wishing you all a Very Happy Diwali and a Happy New Year.
LAKSMI POOJAN AND DIWALI CELEBRATION will be held at IACCT on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 with pooja, archana, and dinner prasadam

program will held on Saturday, November 1, 2014. The program is being sponsored by Swaminarayan Group. Sants from BAPS (Swaminaryan Temple) will be here. Program begins at 5:00 pm followed by Dinner prasadam at 7:00 pm.

ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16. All of the IACCT members should have received a notice for nomination and election of new Board members from Virendra Sood who is serving as a Chairman of the Election Committee with Om Jolly and Chandrakant Patel as members. The term for current three Board members – Hari Bhargava, Vijay Mehta, and Jayesh Sharma will expire on December 31, 2014. Voting for election of Board members shall be administered through their committee. They will manage the distribution of ballots for members and proxy votes as needed. Please be sure to bring signed proxies included in the Election Notice. If you need a copy of the election notice or blank proxy form, you may contact Virendra Sood at 327-2846 or at We urge all members to participate in IACCT governance and activities.

Only three satsangs remain – November 9, and 16 (No satsang on November 23 due to Thanksgiving), and December 14 (No satsang on December 28 due to Christmas). We are still looking for families to sponsor those satsangs. Please contact any of the Satsang committee members or any of the Board Members listed in this newsletter.

Gita Study
Those who are interested in participating in Gita Study led by Mr. Sunder Hattangadi and Mr. Pradip Sagdeo can send an email to and you will be informed about the schedule. Usually Gita Class is on a Sunday from 10.30 am to 11.20 am in the Temple.

For information on Temple Fund Raising Initiative please contact:
Brij Bhargava: (269) 375-6474

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