SRI DARMA MUNEESWARAN TEMPLE
17, Serangoon North Avenue 1, Singapore 555894 Directions
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Darma Muneeswaran Temple has existed for over a century. A group of 30 Indian families living at Jalan Hwi Yoh built a simple shrine at this site. The temple conducts several major poojas throughout the year, and the congregation has 600 to 800 devotees. Inside the temple are a statue of Dharma Muneeswaran and his consorts Mariyamman, Vinayaka and Murugan. The temple provides a variety of other social-economic, educational and welfare services. They conduct Tamil class, dance, musical instruments, yoga, chess & mandarin. The temple has more than 800 participants, young and old alike, taking part in the weekly non-religious activities.
Ubayam, Santhana Kappu, Engagement, Education, Ganapathy and Lakshmi Homam, Child Naming Ceremony, Pillai, Thithi, Special Puja, Thathu Koduthal, Monthly Parihara Archanai, Wedding, Abishegam, Tharpanam, Punniathanam, Other Homams & Housewarming