We gather to make our commitment to become free from suffering, help people with their spiritual growth and provide a safe and friendly space for nurturing holistic well-being.
Our Derasar is a popular visiting place for devotees.
This is a hub from where we spread good and auspicious vibrations. These in turn help raise money for other humanitarian and educational caused as well.
Adherents of Jainism first arrived in the United Kingdom (UK) in the 19th century. The UK, mainly England, has since become a center of the Jain diaspora. Oshwal Association of the UK Potters Bar Hertfordshire…
Dravya Puja Deva puja means worship of tirthankaras. It is usually done in front of images of any liberated soul (Siddha) such as Tirthankara, or Arihant. In Jainism, the Tirthankaras represent the true goal of…
Satsung is a Sanskrit word that means ” Gathering together for the truth” or more simply, “Being with the Truth”.
This is a nine-day festival that comes twice in the year when the devout Jains do special type of fasting.
There are many ways to volunteer at the temple. You don’t need a special skill or experience. We have many volunteer opportunities which can be undertaken by anyone without training.
If you do have a special skill, please let us know, as this would be a wonderful way to benefit the Dharma community.