Nepalese Canadian Heritage Centre (NCHC) at a Glance

Background: Historically, the Nepalese religious tradition evolved through the amalgamation of Hindu and Buddhist beliefs. Hinduism and Buddhism share common values, tradition and shrine for worship and believe in peaceful co-existence, compassion, forgiveness and religious harmony. The people of Nepalese origin take immense pride in this religious heritage and traditions that significantly define the Nepalese way of life. In light of the growing Nepalese Canadian populace in Canada, particularly in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and its surrounding areas, it is prudent to communally own a place for congregating, practicing and celebrating Nepalese religious rites, festivities, and traditions.

THEREFORE, WE THE PEOPLE OF NEPALESE ORIGIN come together to establish a place of worship called the Shree Pashupatinath Mandir with the goal of advancing Hindu and Buddhist religious heritage and traditions in Canada and thereby enrich the Canadian multiculturalism.

Mission: Advancing Hindu and Buddhist religious heritage respecting the Canadian multiculturalism enshrined in the Canadian Multiculturalism Act.

Objectives: NCHC’s objectives are as follows:
  • To establish and operate a place of worship for Hindus and Buddhists
  • To provide ritual services for observing and celebrating Hindu and Buddhist religious events and ceremonies


Board of Directors: NCHC has a Board of Directors. The Directors are elected by members. Board has a Chairperson and a Vice-Chairperson responsible for chairing and smooth running of Board meetings. The Board is responsible for making policies of the Corporation.

Executive Committee: Executive committee is appointed by the Board of Directors and it consists of the following office bearers:

  1. Chairperson 
  2. Vice Chairperson
  3. President
  4. Secretary
  5. Joint-secretary
  6. Treasurer
  7. Spokesperson
The Executive Committee is responsible for implementing the strategic plans and policies of the corporation.

Sources of Funds: The following are the sources of funding of the corporation:

  1. Revenue from worships
  2. Membership fees
  3. Donations 
  4. Revenue from religious events

Short Term Priorities:

  1. Conduct fund raising campaign by exploring all potential sources.
  2. Provide services of rites and rituals ranging from birth to death, e.g., naming (christening) ceremony, Annaprasan (child food initiation ceremony), Bratabandha (rite of passage), wedding ceremony and Shraddha (last/death rites), among others.
  3. Conduct religious discourses.

Long Term Goal:

Purchase bigger size land to construct a grand Shree Pashupatinath temple with a worship hall that can accommodate over 500 people.

How Can You Get Involved?

Participation and contribution of each and every community member is very important for the success of the NCHC project. You can get involved in the following ways:
  1. Participate in NCHC events and activities and inspire others to get involved
  2. Donate regularly through pre-authorized monthly payment. You can donate as low as $10 per month and encourage your family members, friends and colleagues to donate.
  3. Secure the membership of your interest and participate in its management roles
The Pre-authorized Debit payment form is available at  Resources Section of the web site.

How to Secure Memberships

  1. Become a Patron - $7,500
  2. Become a Life Member - $1000.
  3. Become a General Member - $108 per year 

Membership application form is available at Resources Page For more information please email to

Nepali Bhajans

Old Nepali Bhajans

Om Jai Jagadish Hare AARATI
Durga Aarati - Om Jaya Durge Ambe
Jai Jai Durge Durgati Harini
Jai Jai Ganesh Bhajan
Jai Shiva Shambhu
Om Namo Bhagawate Basudeva
Narayana Narayana
Milijuli Gaau Aarati Hariko
Radhey Radhey Govinda
Shamba Sadashiva
Shree Krishna Govinda Hare Murari
Timro Ghumrieko Baal Krishna
Tan Man Bachan Le
Kun Mandir Ma Janchau Yatri

 NCHC offers the following worship services:

  • Daily morning worship - 9:00 AM to Noon (excludes first and third Sunday)
  • Lord Ganesh community worship - First Sunday of every month from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM followed by free community food.
  • Lord Shiva community worship - Third Sunday of every month from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM followed by free community food.
  • Shiva Sandhya Aarati - Every Monday from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

 NCHC Daily Puja Bidhi (15 Minutes)

Puja Bidhi in PDF
Puja Bidhi in Video

 Donate Generously using Paypal

 Donate by Interac e-Transfer

By way of your online banking web-page, you can send your donation by email. No processing fee will be deducted from your donation. Your bank may, however, charge a service fee. If you wish to donate via Interac e-Transfer, please do the following:
Go to your Online Banking site and click on the link for an Interac e-Transfer. Fill in the required information, including the amount of your donation. Where you are asked to provide the Recipient’s email address, enter You will be asked to create a Security Question; such as “What was the password I provided you?” Send the answer to your Security Question to us in a separate email with the address: This will allow us to transfer your donation to Nepalese Canadian Heritage Centre's bank account. Don’t hesitate to contact us at if you have any questions.

 Donate by Cheque

Make your cheque out to Nepalese Canadian Heritage Centre and send it to:
Nepalese Canadian Heritage Centre
Unit# 21, 7955 Torbram Road, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Please be sure to mark the project you are supporting on your cheque.