|#||Event Date||Event Time||Event Details|
|1||Jun 16, Sunday||
|Father's Day Celebration - All day Special Pooja & Archana
Samuhik Satyanarayan Katha
|2||Jun 22, Saturday||5:00 PM||Mata Ki Chowki followed by Mahaprasad & Aarti|
|3||Jun 23, Sunday||9:00 AM||Balaji Abhishekam|
|4||Jun 29, Saturday||6:00 PM||Sunderkaand Path followed by Aarti & Mahaprasad|
3623 W Lake Ave, Glenview IL 60026
Phone: (847) 832-4444
Monday - Shiv Abhishek (Utsav Murti) - 7 PM
Tuesday - Hanuman Chalisa - 7 PM
Wednesday - Ganesh Atharvasheersh Chanting - 7 PM
Thursday - Vishnu Sahashranamam - 7 PM
Friday - Lalita Sahashranamam - 7 PM
Every Sunday - Bhajan Sandhya - 6 PM
1st & 3r Saturday - Sunderkaand Path - 6 PM
2nd & 4th Saturday - Mata Ki Chowki - 5 PM
With the grace of divine blessings of Hanuman ji Maharaj, on December 14, 2013, over 170 dedicated devotees of Hanuman ji assembled to celebrate the Bhumi Shudhi (land sanctification). The holy occasion marked the acquiring of a 4.1-acre parcel of land situated in Glenview, Illinois, for the construction of Hanuman Spiritual and Community Center, now popularly known as Hanuman Mandir of Greater Chicago.
The memorable moment marked the beginning of realization of a noble and long cherished dream of Indian community residing in the northern suburbs of Chicago. In view of the growing number of Indian population and their spiritual needs, it was long felt to have a facility that could serve as the source to provide support for the fast aging people. The project will include a Hanuman Mandir and a community center.
The Community Center will serve the long standing desire of the community to have a multi-facet public place to celebrate various cultural, spiritual and educational programs. The Center will benefit the members of all the communities and will offer a very broad-based opportunity of social interaction.
A slide show was presented to show the engineering details outlining the architectural features of Mandir. Impressed with the details, a large number of devotees made their hearty contributions for the project and also assured a continued support in future.
The Village of Glenview has granted the approval for the construction of this holy project which is expected to be completed in about a year. The Mandir would have two distinct areas for the performance of spiritual activities; and organizing various community programs.
The devotees of Hanuman Spiritual and Community Center, now popularly known as Hanuman Mandir of Greater Chicago, share the pleasure of announcing that a significant progress has been achieved towards the establishment of a Hanuman Mandir in Glenview. Various volunteer committees have been formed to undertake specialized roles.