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Beneficiary: Sree Ayyappa Seva Sangham CBD Belapur
Bank: Abhyudaya Co-operative Bank Limited
Branch: CBD Belapur
City: Navi Mumbai
IFSC: ABHY0065022
A/c: 022011100004068
Account Type: Savings

Temple Timing
Morning 5:30 to 10:30,
Evening 5:30 to 8:30

Holy 18 Steps
Morning 7:00 to 9:00 on 1st of Every
Malayalam month. Available only for
devotees with irumudi with ghee coconut


A place of worship is equal to nearness to God. As we love God, we love our kith and kin and fellow countrymen at large. Through the presence of a temple in our midst, we come to the memory of God in our heart of hearts. The realization of the presence of God in our own hearts, tempts us to love others. The concept of mutual love removes hatred amongst the masses. A temple is the epicenter to attract people from all walks of life and exchange love of each other. This phenomenon brings happiness and removes sorrow in human life. Thus, a temple is a great laboratory where human minds can be tested and progress of human lives can be established.

Shree Ayyappa Seva Sangham was formed in the year 1986 by few selfless devotees to cultivate “Bhakti Culture” among the residents of CBD-Belapur, which is one of the best townships developed by CIDCO - the Town Planning Authority. The meager population in existence at that time did not act as a hindrance to strive for fulfillment of their religious requirements. With the active support from many devotees of this metropolitan city, things had started moving. During the year 1986 a handful of Ayyappa devotees came together to celebrate the first Mandala Pooja in the township, in the form of Ayyappa Vilakku on the huge playground located at Sector-3, CBD Belapur. This was a chilling experience to the residents, who had not witnessed such function before. Hundreds of people attended this one day pooja which was blessed with a heavy downpour of unseasonal rains. It remains a misery that in spite of the heavy lash of wind and rain, the small wooden pandal which was erected for the pooja remained intact...Read More