Welcome to Shree Radha Krishna Mandir

Welcome to Shree Radha Krishna Mandir, Manchester’s oldest Hindu Temple.

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Dedicated to the needs of our community

Our Mandir is located inside Gandhi Hall, Withington Manchester. Our purpose is to meet the needs of Manchester’s Hindu Community.

Our History

Upcoming Event

  1. HAVAN

    July 3 @ 10:30 am - 2:00 pm

Shivratri 2016

the two distinguish Guests that our HRS Committee has invited them for two days – Sunday 6th March & Monday 7th March 2016. Sadhvi Sushri Bhakti Priya Ji Swami Kabir... read more

Meet Our Shastri Ji

Our Temple Priest (“Pujari” in Hindi) is Shastri Shree Krishan Joshi. He has been serving our mandir and the local Hindu community since 2000. It’s an understatement to say he’s a very active figure in the running of the mandir!


The Mandir is free for all to attend. But if you’d like to show your support, please consider becoming a member of our Hindu Religious Society. As a member we will notify you by post and e-mail about our upcoming events and you also get a vote in the Executive Committee elections. Our Mandir has thrived for all these years due to the generous contributions of our members.

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Meet the Team

There is no doubt that our Mandir would not be a valuable community asset if it wasn’t for the tireless effort and dedication of our volunteers. Members vote for the Executive Committee each year and the commitee, together with a small army of invaluable volunteers and our Pujari ji, bring regular events to our community. Finances are also overseen by our Trustees.

Meet the Exec Committee

Meet The Team

Where to find Us

Brunswick Road, Withington, Manchester. M20 4QB

Gandhi Hall, Brunswick Road, Manchester

Shree Radha Krishna Mandir is located inside Gandhi Hall.

Opening Times

Monday to Friday:
9am to 11:30am (Aarti at 9:30am)
5:30pm to 7:30pm (Aarti at 7:00pm)


10:30am to 1:30pm (Aarti at 1:00pm)

Every Tuesday:
6:30pm to 7:00pm Hanuman Chalisa Recital

Last Sunday of each Month:
Preeti Bhojan after Aarti