Outside of Afghanistan
|Asamai Temple||Flushing, New York USA||Managed by Afghan Hindu Association in New York.
Established in 1991.Schedule:
7:00PM – 8:30PM – Sundarkand and Hanuman Chalisa followed by Prasad and Langar
|Hindu Community Center||Hicksville, New York USA||Managed by Afghan Hindu Association in New York.
Established in 2005.80 East Barclay Street,
Hicksville, Long Island, New York
Every Sunday at Community Center, Hicksville.
Every Monday at Community Center, Hicksville
Hindi and Religious classes for kids started on April 10th 2005.
The center is also open for birthday functions, weddings, mundans, kirtans, chhands, family gatherings, lectures, classes, conferences etc. It is also available for anyone, including seniors and teenagers to simply get together!
Professional basketball court, and other facilities, such as computers with internet access and video and audio equipment in the classroom.
(516) 433 -4388 or (516) 433-4394.
|Afghan Hindu Temple||Hamburg, Germany||Afghan Hindu Association, Hamburg, Germany (Afghanisher, Hindus Gemeind E.V. – Hamburg)The association of Afghan Hindus was established in 1991 with a membership of sixty families. In March of 1994 the first Hindu temple was opened in Hamburg under the association in a rented building (3000 DM / Month). There were 200 Afghan Hindu families living at that time in Hamburg. The association purchased a building for the temple in 1996 with the price tag of 1,700,000 DM. The temple was moved into the new building in June of 1997. With the generous help of Ram Baba (from London, UK), the deities were established in 1998.
Afghan Hindu Temple, Hamburg
Address: Bill Strasse 77, 20539 Hamburg, Germany
Hours: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM everyday
Special Events: Ladies satsang on Tuesdays and weekly service on Sunday from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM (with tea and langar).
|Hindu Tempel||Essen, Germany||Kultureller Verein afghnischer Hindus in Deutschland e. V.
Tel. 0201. 248 72 20
|Hari Om Mandir||Cologne, Germany||Managed by Kandharis.
Afganische Hindus Gemeinde in Köln e.V.
Wikingersttr. 62, – 51107
Köln (Rath/ Heumar) Germany
Tel. (0221) 8300009
Info line 0221. 830 08355
Fax . (0221) 802 78 15
|Hindu Temple||Kassel, Germany||Hindu Temple
|Sanatan Hari Om Mandir||Cologne, Germany||Managed by Kabulis.
Afghan- Hindu – Kultur- Verein e. V. 1993
Rheinstein Str. 2
50968 Köln .
Tel. 0221. 340 44 84
Fax. 0221. 720 03 22
|Aasamai Mandir||Frankfurt, Germany||Salzschlirfer Street 12
Established on January 20th 2002 by Afghan Hindu culture Society of Frankfurt.
|Gurdwara||Stuttgard, Germany||Managed by Afghan Hindu Sikh Verein e. V.Gurudowara Singh Saheb
Tel. 0711. 336 11 02
|Asamai Netherlands||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Stichting Asamai
1102 AA Amsterdam
|Aasamai Temple||Faridabad, Haryana, India||facebook page|
When many Hindus and Sikhs were living in Afghanistan before the war, they enjoyed freedom of religion, they practiced their religion and celebrated their festivals, there were many temples, dharamsalas, and gurudwaras in Kandahar and Kabul. Following is a list of temple, dharamsalas, and gurudwaras. Some have been destroyed, others are being rebuild and some survived the destruction.
Kandahar – Shikarpuri Bazaar
|Center||Comments||Devotees – Family Names|
|Narsing-dwara||Deity: Narsing Bhagwaan||Khanija, Jagga, Gosai, Pawa|
|Vadi-Dhramsal (Big Dharamsala)||Srichand Gurudwara (Srichand was Guru Nanak’s son)||Sindhi, Other Kandhari, Pawa|
|Akhara||Managed by Thakar Maharaj|
|Thaan-sahib||Deity: Jyoti Swaroop||Busri|
|Lalji-dwara||Deity: Krishna, Gopi-nath||Goswami, Chabra, Gawri, Muthreja|
|Mahabeer||Deity: Shiv-ji, Managed by Chuchi Maharaj||Sharma|
|Choti-dharamsal (small dharamsala)||Gurudwara, Managed by baba Parma|
|Sham-ji-dwara||Managed by Gurden Narula||Marocha|
|Than||Managed Parsa Maharaj|
|Thakar-daira||Deity: Jyoti Swaroop|
Kandahar – Kabuli Bazaar
|Shiv-prasad-dwara||Deity: Shiva (metalic murti)|
|Rati MaRi (red smadhi)|
|Devi Mandir||Deity: Vishnu Devi
Navratra was celebrated here
|Vyas Maharaj Mandir|
|Dharamsala (Baba Jagdish)||Gurudwara|
|Bhola-nath MaRi (smadhi)||Jogi|
|Shiv-nath MaRi (smadhi)||Jogi|
|Maha-dev Mandir (Shwala)|
Kandahar – Outside of City
|Jhampeer Sahib (near Sarpooza)||Deity: Jyoti Swaroop
People visited on Sundays and nine days in summer.
|Devi-dwara (near Dand)||Deity: Vishnu Devi
People visited on Wednesday’s and on Ashtmi
Kandahar – Ziarats
|Baba-wali Ziarat||Hindus and Muslims both visited this Ziarat. Most possibly a Sufi|
|Khalqa Sharif – Ziarat||Hindus and Muslims both visited, some hindus believe Guru Nanak’s Chokha (overcoat) was in this Ziarat.|
|Dargaa||old city||Major Hindu temple|
|Asaamai||old city||Vishnu mandir|
|Srichand Gurudwara||Shor Bazaar||Srichand was Guru Nanak’s son|
|Mansa Singh Gurudwara||Shor Bazaar|
|Khalsa Gurudwara||Shor Bazaar|
|Guru Hari Rai Gurudwara||Shor Bazaar|
|Bhairo Mandir||Shor Bazaar|
|Mangalwar Mandir||Shor Bazaar||Mahabeer|
|Gurudwara Baba Nanak||Jade Mawaind|
|Gurudwara Koth Sahib||Kabul-Tashkent Road|
Jothi Sorup Mandir (Thaan)
|Darwaza Lahuri||Containing Attal Joti of Baba Johti Sorup and Darbar Sahib|
|Gurudwara Khalsa Diwan||Chasma Sahib, Sultanpur||Guru Nanak had lived part of his life in Sultanpur.|
|Gurudwara Nanak Dev Ji||Jalalabad|
|Gurudwara Bhai Nand Lal Goya||Gazni|
|Panchayatie Gurudwara||Helmand (Lashkerga)|