Greater Cleveland Shiva Vishnu Temple20 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 7733 Ridge Rd, Parma, OH 44129, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4408889433
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
Greater Cleveland Shiva Vishnu Temple in Parma is dedicated to the two important Hindu Gods, Lord Shiva, and Lord Vishnu. Spread over an expanse of 32 acres, the gorgeous temple is surrounded by lovely grasslands. The temple is open to all, and aims to serve all. A proud structure symbolizing the efforts of the community, the temple is of the people, made by the people to serve the people. Various community activities are hosted here for adults as well as the youth. It also houses a library open to the public. Whether it be the devotional music, the pleasant surroundings, or the mesmerizing idols, this temple is sure to take you on a spiritual tour.
How to Reach Greater Cleveland Shiva Vishnu Temple
- By Bus: 51-A-B-C to stop - Ridge Rd & w Pleasant Valley Rd
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Greater Cleveland Shiva Vishnu Temple Reviews & Ratings
Great place to visit. There will be preachings and prayers everyday. Also they have many special events.
Nice ambience of the temple. Almost all gods are available here. It's been there for so long time. All in one place kind of. Enough parking space. One of the closest temple in Cleveland. If you cannot drive to Pittsburgh, you can come to this temple. Very good
Nice place for worship. Sunday lunches are awesome (totally managed by volunteers and sponsoring families).
Temple is very well laid out with multiple pandits in attendance. Almost all major deities are present. Great place to visit with the family and experience authentic Indian culture.
One of the best temples to visit in Cleveland. Doors open for everyone and temple is very vast. Many idols including Balaji, Shiva, Jagannath are highlights among others.