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Palm Beach Hindu Mandir

  • To create a place of worship and offer spiritual resource to promote Sanatan Dharma and its cultural values in support of all spiritual seekers.


Palm Beach Hindu Mandir

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Palm Beach Hindu Mandir

  • To strive for spiritual richness and human excellence by incorporating the principles and values of Sanatana Dharma into our daily lives.

  • To preserve and promote Hindu traditions and cultural values. 

  • To become a focal point in the South Florida area for worship, prayer, teaching, and education, as well as for family and community services within the axiom of Hinduism and in the traditional role of a Hindu Mandir (Temple).

  • To reach out to youth and teach them the history and philosophy of Hindu religion in order to instill them with a pride of their heritage, and also to encourage their participation and involvement with daily activities of the Temple

  • To adhere to the Principle of One Universal God advocated in the teachings of Vedanta (Upanishads) and the Bhagavadgita.

  • To provide a forum for scholarly discussions of the Hindu philosophy and Hindu cultural heritage

  • There is only One God, whom our scriptures describe as the Brahman or Paramaatman (the Supersoul), who is formless, limitless, all-pervasive, and eternal, with no beginning nor end. Brahman is not an abstract concept; it is a real entity that encompasses everything (seen and unseen) in the universe.  Hindu scriptures describe God as Sachhidananda, a composite of Truth, Conscience, and Bliss. 

  • Truth, Non-Violence, and Love are the Tenets, Pillars and Foundations of  the Sanatan Dharma.

  • The numerous deities Hindus worship are different Manifestations, representing different Aspects and Characteristics of the same God.

  • We believe in individual Atman (Soul), which just like the Paramaatman, is neither created nor destroyed; it has been, it is, and will continue to be.

  • The Atman constantly strives to become one with the Paramaatma, failing which it will be reborn as one of the 8.4 million species of life. 

  • If Atman succeeds in reuniting with the Paramaatman, it is called Moksha, which is a total liberation from the cycles of birth & death.

  • The actions(Karma) of the current body where the Atman resides will have the direct consequences on the future body of the next life surrounding the same Atman.. 

  • The process of movement of the atman from one body to another is known as transmigration. The kind of body the soul inhabits in the next life is determined by Karma (the cumulative actions of previous lives).

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