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Hindu Temple & Cultural Center Bothell, WA (A Non-Profit Organization) Dream Come True……… Successfully launched – Nov. 9 th , 2002. Deities Installed – Feb 7, 8, 9, 2003. Approx. 2000 attendees over 3 days. Over $400,000 raised in deity sponsorships.

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dream come true
Dream Come True………
  • Successfully launched – Nov. 9th, 2002.
  • Deities Installed – Feb 7, 8, 9, 2003.
    • Approx. 2000 attendees over 3 days.
    • Over $400,000 raised in deity sponsorships.
  • Hindus in Pacific Northwest, have a place of worship.
historical perspective
Historical Perspective

PHASE I

  • 1980’s: HTCC effort began.
  • 1994: Land purchased.
  • 1999: Phase I plans reviewed & approved.
  • 2000: Applied for permit.
  • 2001: Permit approved.
  • 2002: Phase I opened.
  • 2003: Deities Installed
phase i plan cultural center with temporary place of worship
Phase I Plan: Cultural Center With Temporary Place of Worship
  • Total area: approx. 6000 sq. ft.
  • Pooja room with all approved deities
  • Main assembly hall for 280 people
  • Priest quarters
  • Kitchen
  • Office room
deities installed charasthapana
Deities Installed (Charasthapana)
  • Subramanya
  • Durga
  • Ganesha
  • Shiva Lingam
  • Venkateshwara
  • Lakshmi
  • Ram Parivar
  • Radha –Krishna
  • Navagrahas
  • Digambara Jain
  • Swetambara Jain
  • Shirdi Saibaba
future plans
Future Plans
  • Main temple planning launched in 2003.
    • Preliminary study started
    • Architectural drawing for full temple being worked on
  • Phase-II Fund raising in progress
    • $1000-by-1000 program lauched
    • Other fund raising events planned
costs
Costs:
  • Phase I $ 1.65 million
  • Main Temple estimate $ 6.5 million
suggested donation levels
Community Leader $100,000

Grand Patron $50,000

Patron $25,000

Grand Donor $10,000

Donor $5,000

Life member $1,000

Suggested Donation Levels
current donors
Patron Members & Above

Vijay& Sita Vashee $181,000

Dr. Manhas Family $104,000

Rao & Kumari Remala $131,000

Anonymous $ 101,000

Sunil & Davita Saluja $62,000

Surya & Mala Raman $61,000

Naveen & Anu Jain $60,000

Satish & Anitha Chittamuru $36,000

R & Meera Suresh $ 36,000

Anil & Anita Butail $ 25,000

Shirish Nadkarni $25,000

Current Donors

Other members

  • 42 Grand Donors (10K & above)
  • 42 Donor members (5K & above)
  • 186 members between $1000- 4999
  • 90 members between $500 - 999