Our Temples

Skanda Vale Ashram is home to four beautiful multi-faith temples. We also run a mountain retreat temple in the Swiss Alps, known as Somaskanda Ashram.

Lord Murugan Temple

Established in 1973, the Lord Murugan Temple was the first temple at Skanda Vale. Open for darshan every day at 05:00, 13:30 and 21:00.

Sri Ranganatha Temple

The Sri Ranganatha (or Lord Vishnu) Temple was inaugurated on the millennium. Open 24 hours a day, with daily pujas at 09:30.

A white marble statue, or murthi, of Shirdi Sai Baba at Skanda Vale

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

The Shirdi Sai Baba Temple was inaugurated on 12th June 2023, and is open all day for darshan, with daily pujas at 09:30.

Maha Shakti Temple

Consecrated in 1991, the Maha Shakti (or Kali) Temple was the second temple at Skanda Vale. Open for darshan every day at 06:30 and 18:00.

Somaskanda Ashram

Inaugurated in 2016, Somaskanda Ashram is our mountain temple in the Swiss Alps. 

An large shaligram or lingam with flower garland and aarthi at night time in Skanda Vale Monastery UK

Sacred Sites

There are several sacred sites in the ashram grounds including the Samadhi (final resting place) of our founder Guru Sri Subramanium. Near the Sri Ranganatha temple are shrines for Lord Dattatreya, Durga and Nagaraja.

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