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Panchangam and Other Info
Thithi
Shashti 9:16 PM
Nakshatram
Reva 9:38 AM
Rahukalam
6:40 PM to 8:25 PM
Yamagandam
1:25 PM to 3:10 PM
Varjam
Yoga
Amr 9:38 AM 9:08 PM then
sunrise 6:25 AM
sunrise 8:25 PM
Temple Timings

IMPORTANT NOTE: We are experiencing problems with our main telephone number. In case if you are unable to reach our main number, please call 412-520-6327.



SV Temple Management is pleased to announce that S.V Temple is open for 'DARSHAN Only' to devotees in Pittsburgh and Vicinity starting July 31, 2020. The health and safety of our priests, temple staff and devotees are our prime concerns. With that in mind, the temple will be open ONLY on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

Please note: Online Appointment is required for Darshan. Your support and cooperation is highly appreciated.

Please take time to read the guidelines before you book online appointment and before you leave your residence as it contains very important information. For Guidelines, Click Here





Today's Services (Sunday, August 9, 2020) Upcoming Events

The Mission of Sri Venkateswara Temple in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania is to provide a place for Hindus to worship in traditional style and to provide religious, humanitarian, cultural and educational resources to all interested in Hinduism. In addition, Sri Venkateswara Temple shall propagate ideals for world peace, harmony, spiritual and personal health through the tenets underlying Hindu faith which is Sanatana Dharma. Sri Venkateswara Temple (S. V. Temple) is located in Penn Hills, an eastern suburb of Pittsburgh, PA, USA. It is one of the earliest traditional Hindu Temples built in the United States. Sri Venkateswara Temple organization was established on Aug 7, 1975. Assistance from Tirumal Tirupathi Devasthanam (TTD) for construction of the temple was requested on Sept 11, 1975 and granted on the same day. On June 30, 1976 ground breaking was performed and was followed by pratisthapana on Nov 17, 1976. Daily worship is being performed continuously ever since.

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