A living celebration of Bhakti

The Bhutabhrteshwarnath Mandir is the most beautiful Hindu temple in all of Europe. The temple is a living celebration of Bhakti: heartfelt devotion to God. The name means ‘the Lord who nourishes the whole universe’ and refers to the aspect of Lord Narasimha (the half-man/half-lion Divine manifestation) that creates balance and gives protection to all.

Now the largest Narasimha temple in all of Europe, our prayer services are morning and evening, every day. Attending these beautiful ceremonies, you’ll get to hear great music, sing, chant, enjoy the sight of the pujas and aratis being performed, and view over 10 special deities (one that is unique in the entire world).

You’ll also enjoy over 100 original wall paintings and sculpted reliefs created by artists from all over the world. This extraordinary art is designed to nourish your heart with the Leelas of Krishna, the stories of the Lord and His devotees from the Shreemad Bhagavatam, and the lives of the saints — all in a way you’ll never forget.

Take a look inside the mandir

Daily Livestream

Join us every day by livestream for Morning Prayers and Evening Arati, direct from the Sri Bhutabhrteshwarnath Mandir. Central European Time:

  • Morning Prayers: 7:00 to 8:20
  • Sunday Morning Prayers: 9:00 to 11:30
  • Evening Arati: 20:00 to 20:10

Temple Services

hindu monk performing puja

Open to All Public

  • Prasad Distribution After Prayers.
  • Public Prayers & Kirtan: 7 AM, 6:00 PM, 8:00 PM, 8:45 PM
  • Spiritual Discourses: 7:30 AM, 7:00 PM
  • Vedic Chanting: Fridays at 7:30 AM and Saturdays at 8:00 AM
tempe services

Paid/Donation Services

  • SIMPLE PŪJĀ – 50 Eur
  • KALAŚA-PŪJĀ – 150 Eur
  • YAJÑA-PŪJĀ – 100 Eur

Daily Activities

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  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    07:00 – 08:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

  • Morning Prayers
    09:00 – 11:30

  • Evening Prayers
    18:00 – 19:00

  • Evening Arati
    20:00 – 20:10

  • Mukunda Mala Stotram Chanting
    20:10 – 20:30

  • Mantra Chanting
    20:30 – 20:45

  • Shayana Arati
    20:45 – 20:55

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Daily satsangs audio recordings

Join the SPN Daily Temple Satsangs Channel for access to daily audio recordings of Shrimad Bhagavatam and Bhagavad Gita satsangs given in the Bhutabhrteshwarnath Mandir.

This is a great way to deepen your understanding of these profound scriptures and our spiritual path through the sharing of personal experiences given by a wide variety of speakers.

Daily Satsangs channel

Learn more about the Deities

hindu deity, varaha

Lord Varaha


Before the temple inauguration, Paramahamsa Vishwananda spoke about the various deities of the Bhutabhrteshwarnath Mandir. Watch it below.

Serve a deity

Serve those who serve humanity

Now you can connect to the Divine through The Serve A Deity Program at Shree Peetha Nilaya. With this new program, you can actively assist the pujaris who serve the deities every day by sponsoring the deities. For every puja conducted for the deity, the blessing goes to the sponsors. In this way, you are helping the deity to be served while gaining benefits for yourself as well.