Consecration Ceremony at the Murugan Temple on January 29

Muragan Temple in Mays Hill is holding its consecration ceremony on  Sunday at 10.30am.

The event, at one of Sydney’s largest Hindu temples, only occurs once every 12 years. The deeply spiritual ceremony calls for rejuvenation in the temple and within the local Hindu community.

Federal MP Ms Julie Owens will be attending the ceremony of which she says,  “The consecration is a one in 12 year event. I feel very grateful for having the opportunity to witness it first hand and get in touch with members of the community.”

“I’ll be proud to support the local Hindu community. The Murugan Temple does so much great work with young people in my Electorate of Parramatta,” Ms Owens also expressed her gratitude at being a part of such a unique religious ceremony.

Event organisers are expecting a turnout of 4-5000 devotees.

The consecration of the Sydney Muragan Temple starts at 10.30am on Sunday Janurary 29 at 217 Great Western Highway, Mays Hill 2145

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