Bangladesh Canada Hindu Mandir (BCHM)
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Bangladesh Canada Hindu Cultural Society (BCHCS) was formed in 1995 with a goal to provide a common platform for local Bangladeshi Hindu community members to practice spiritual and cultural activities. since then, BCHCS is providing social support to the community and integrating the socio-cultural values of Hinduism in diversified Canadian societies. In 2005, Bangladesh Canada Hindu Mandir (BCHM) was formed as an associate organization of BCHCS to accommodate the need of a Temple where local Hindus can practice their rich religious activities and festivals. BCHM got the status of registered charitable organization from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on 25th January in 2005. The twin organizations are promoting and maintaining rich philosophy and traditions of Hinduism since then, also enriching socio-cultural life styles of the community including youth and seniors.
With the blessings of God and the restless efforts of devotees, the organizations became owner of the property at 16 Dohme Avenue in Toronto on 28th March in 2011 and the Temple moved to this permanent location on 31st July in 2011.
হরে রাম হরে রাম রাম রাম হরে হরে
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare