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A Hari Mandir is a building converted into a mandir. Sometimes with one concrete pinnacle and in many cases just a plain building where small Murtis and painted images are ritually installed. Normally, sadhus visit them and stay for a day or two but do not permanently reside. Only two artis - morning and evening are performed. But halls and other facilities for weekly assemblies, activities and festivals are ample. The Sanstha has over 400 Hari Mandirs worldwide, of which the majors are listed below:
For the list of Hari Mandirs in India, click here.

Kenya South Africa Tanzania Uganda
Mombasa Johannesburg Dar-es-Salam Kampala
Nakuru Durban Mwanza Jinja


Far East (Australia)
Perth Sydney    
Far East (New Zealand)


To look for a mandir in India, kindly click on the letter with which the town name begins. For example, to look for 'Kolkata', click on K in the
table below.


Ashton-U-Lyne Birmingham Leicester London
Preston Wellingborough    


Atlanta Atlantic City Augusta Birmingham Boston
Charlotte Cherry Hill Cleveland Clifton Columbus
  Corpus Christi  Dallas  Detroit Edison Fall River
Fresno Indianapolis Jackson Jersey City Los Angeles
 Memphis  Miami Minneapolis   New York Orlando
 Perry Philadelphia Phoenix  Portland   Raleigh  
San Antonio  San Francisco San Jose  Savannah St. Louis
Tampa Tucson    Victorville Washington D.C.   Westchester 

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