COVID-19 - Support

Submitted by vimal.kumar@br… on Mon, 04/06/2020 - 19:40

Namaste Members of BTCA family,

Considering the current global COVID-19 pandemic, BTCA managing committee has decided to make a charitable donation of £1000 each to two charitable funds on behalf of the community.                                                                                          

We believe in times like these we all must come together and help the most vulnerable in society. 

Dandiya and Garba dances during Navratri Utsav 2019

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Sun, 07/14/2019 - 15:32

Get ready for non-stop-fun, dance and festivity in the town !

On-popular demand, Bromley Mandir are organising Dandia on following evenings  from 730pm (follow the links to reserve your places):

1. Dandia Night 4 Oct 2019 - Bollywood

2. Dandia Night 5 Oct 2019 - Traditional

Family Fun Run

Submitted by vimal.kumar@br… on Sun, 06/16/2019 - 23:37

Join BTCA’s first ever family fun race, a fun way to engage whole family in exercise and get active. Limited places, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Stroll, walk, jog or run your way around Norman Park to fund raise for your local charity.

Open for participants of ALL AGES AND ABILITIES !!

For more information visit any of our event pages

Slides presented at 10-mar-19 Public consultation meeting

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 03/11/2019 - 15:47

Here are the slides from 10-mar-19 Public consultation meeting.

Thanks a lot to all who could join in this meeting, it was hugely engaging open discussion and fabulous ideas were presented and discussed. Can’t thank you enough for all the pledges many of you made for the project.

We aim to consolidate your feedback very soon and will be back in touch with you all with an action plan and next steps.



Reflections by: Ayushi Bhat - Year 11 Student - Newstead Wood School

Submitted by alka.kaushik on Sat, 09/22/2018 - 10:01

Bromley Mandir is a fantastic place to celebrate, praise and appreciate our religion; Hinduism. The mandir gathering, held once a month, gives Hindu families- living in and around Bromley- a chance to come together and pray- through performing poojas and singing bhajans. It also provides a platform to discuss religious, cultural, spiritual as well as current issues.

Our first Six years: from tiny beginnings to exciting developments

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 09/10/2018 - 16:35

Welcome to all new joiners !

Since the start of initiative in 2012 with a few friends and their families, Mandir has made excellent progress, and became a UK registered charity in April/2016, please take a moment to review our first official annual report until period end Oct/2017 available at the charity commission’s web site:

Kerala Floods - Appeal for Help

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Wed, 08/22/2018 - 21:59
click to see the progress of this campaign here. People in Kerala have been hit by the worst floods in few decades. More than one million people have been displaced, many of them taking shelter in thousands of relief camps across the state. As the monsoon rains begin to ease, efforts are being stepped up to get relief supplies to isolated areas. Help has been pouring in from around the world (from a range of organisations, community foundations, charities, ....

Fundraising for Mandir

Submitted by vimal.kumar on Mon, 04/30/2018 - 03:10

It is in a temple that we remember who we really are, and see with clarity, who we really can become!

Each one of us have our reasons to visit a temple, the occasions to visit a temple, the gods we feel close to. Some go for solace, some to seek answers, some for the positive energy, some quiet and peace and some because their parents have asked them to!

For many of us, a regular visit to the temple has been an integral part of growing up, of bonding with friends, of celebrating festivals. Seeking God’s blessings in happiness and in sorrow, whether it be a birth in the family, a marriage or the loss of a dear one – we go to the temple, to re-affirm our belief that all that happens is part of God’s plan!

An overwhelming majority at recently conducted public consultation session emphasised that our community needs a specific venue for faith and cultural activities in an accessible location.  A place that can be part of our daily lives – for our families, children and elderly to pray, meet, celebrate and learn!

We now have the opportunity to create such a place – having recently identified a potential location for the temple. Like all great temples in India and elsewhere – bringing this task to fruition will completely depend on active participation and financial support from all of us – hence this appeal.

For further details and to find how to help please visit Fundraising for Mandir page.