Embracing tradition, fostering community: The story of Helenelund Hindu Mandir Society

Come, be a part of our journey, and discover the depth of spirituality and community that Helenelund Hindu Mandir Society has to offer.

Establishment of the Hindu Mandir Society

The society was founded to serve the Indo-Swedish community of Stockholm. A religious, non-profit charity, it aimed to meet the spiritual, ritual, ceremonial, and social needs of Hindus in the region.

The Vision Takes Root

With a vision of building a grand temple, Hindu Mandir envisioned a space where believers of Hinduism could unite and pray according to their traditions and beliefs.

Inauguration of the Temple in Helenelund

After years of dedication and perseverance, the dream was realized. The temple in Helenelund was inaugurated, marking a significant milestone for the Hindu community in Stockholm.

The Heartbeat of the Community

Since its inauguration, the Mandir has thrived as a hub for local Hindus. From worship sessions and cultural events to gatherings for both the young and elderly, it ensures the continuation of Vedic traditions while seamlessly integrating with the broader Swedish society.

Our people

The Hindu Mandir Society was established in 1980s to serve the Indo Swedish community of Stockholm. A religious, non-profit, charity, the primary aim of this society is to build a temple and a community centre to meet the spiritual, ritual, ceremonial and social needs of Hindus. Hindu Mandir had the vision to build a grand temple, where people, believing in Hinduism could come together and pray according to our individual beliefs and traditions.

The dream came true in September 1998 when after many years of struggle the temple in Helenelund was inaugurated. Since than the Mandir has become the centre of attraction for the local community. The Hindu Mandir secures the hindu way of life based on vedic traditions at the same time being the integrated part of swedish society. The Hindu Mandir on regular basis has worship, cultural events and events for elders as well as youths.