India Cultural Center and Temple (ICCT) officially born in 1982 to provide a place of worship and be the spiritual resource center for the community of Memphis and surrounding areas. To provide young members of the community with facilities for cultural activities, religious education and learning.
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Annual Poshaka branch provides an opportunity for our community to serve the needs in the form of monetary and material contributions. Annual poshaka term typically starts on 1st January of the calendar year and ends on 31st December of the...Read More
Priests services are available at the Temple, in your home, or your place of business. The prices shown are minimum suggested donations payable to ICCT. Priest Dakshina is not included. For services rendered at home: Devotee must provide necessary pooja...Read More
[su_tabs style="modern-blue"] [su_tab title="Yoga" disabled="no" anchor="" url="" target="blank" class=""] ICCT Yoga Training Yoga (Sanskrit: योग, or 'union') is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India that aim to control and still the...Read More
Performing Abhishekam, Ashta Nagadevatha puja, & Rahu-Ketu puja under the guidance of a qualified priest rectifies Kuja Dosham and Kalasarpa Dosham. A monthly schedule of Rahu-Ketu puja will be performed on every last week Sunday of every month. Devotees can conveniently participate in the prayers to alleviate the astrological maladies, and lead peaceful and healthy lives. Please consult with priests for more information.
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