The goal of the HTGC library is to provide devotees with the education and knowledge about Hinduism and Hindu culture. All participants, including children, teenagers, adults, and elders, have access to educational materials and services at the HTGC Library, which helps them on their path to spiritual and cultural progress.
HTGC Library Membership
We have been making an effort to inspire children to visit the library. The dedication of many of our volunteers ensures that the library is open on the weekends. We encourage visitors to the HTGC temple to make the most of the library.
Visitors can join the library and borrow books. Members can either return or renew the books they have checked out at the conclusion of the lending period. To join, you must fill out an application and make a one-time payment.
Additionally, reading is permitted in the HTGC library for guests. Meetings and discussions can be held in the main library room. Please contact the library to schedule your appointment.
Children are urged to go to the library. Kids are given activity materials like coloring pages. Every time you go to the temple, kindly allow the kids to visit the library.
HTGC Library Activities
Throughout the year, Vidyalaya organizes a number of events through the HTGC Library. Through these events, both children and adults can interact with the temple and learn about our traditions.
Please visit the Registration page if you would like to take part in the HTGC Vidyalaya Activities to earn rewards. Unless otherwise stated, participation in all events is FREE.
Basavanna Essay/coloring Contest
Middle school, High School and Adults participate by writing an essay on Life and philosophy of Basavanna, as well as the significance of Basavanna and his co-sharanas.
Elementary school students color a picture of Basavanna.
Submit your entry by June 17th
Bhagavad Gita Sloka Recitation
Practice Chapter 12, 20 slokas of Bhagavad Gita. Memorize and recite the sloka. Get the Activity card stamped each time you recite a sloka Once you recite all 20 slokas win a prize. Please use the registration page to register for the event.
Previous Activities / Contest
- 2023 - May- Basavanna Essay/coloring Contest
- 2023 - April - Muruga Day Drawing/coloring Contest
- 2023 - February - Mahashivratri Lord Shiva Mosaic
- 2023 - January - Bhagavad Gita Sloka Chapter 12
- 2022 - December - Handwriting contest
- 2022 - October - Diwali make and take diya decoration
- 2022 - September - Navratri coloring Contest
- 2022 - May - Quiz on Carnatic music
- 2022 - April - Quiz on Muruga/Subramania
- 2022 - March - Holi - sketch, paint, crafts.