श्री पशुपतिनाथ नेपाली क्यानेडियन संस्कृति केन्द्र, २००४ 

Pashupatinath Nepali Canadian Culture Centre (PNCCC), 2004

“आप्रवासी नेपाली भाषीहरुको धार्मिक संस्था”

Not for Profit Community based Religious Organisation

The Land of Lord Pashupatinath, and Muktinath!

Nepal, the meditation land of the Sages!!

Nepal, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha!!!

Shree Pashupatinath Nepali Canadian Culture Centre (PNCCC)

A temple establishing to protect and promote Hindu and Buddhist spiritual thoughts and values and transfer knowledge and practices to the next generations

General background:

Pashupatinath Temple located in Kathmandu, Nepal is one of the eight main pilgrimages of Hindus. Nepalese Community residing in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) plans to build a replica of the Pashupatinath Temple in Scarborough, Ontario. PNCCC is obliged to foster a mutual understanding, religious tolerance, friendship, and intimacy among all the Nepali speaking people living in Canada.

PNCCC was registered and established on January 26, 2004, as a non-profit organization under Ontario Corporations Act (R.S.O. 1990, CHAPTER C.38) and regularly performed religious activities (worshipping), conducted regular religious hymn, and opened for pilgrimage regularly. However, due to some unforeseen circumstances, the PNCCC was inactive from 2010 to 2018. It was officially reactivated on September 24, 2019, and now aims to restore all activities which used to be performed since it was first established. The re-establishment was initiated by the Hindu believers who are determined to establish a well-furnished temple. The present acting committee of PNCCC will eventually lead to forming a full-fledged executive committee of the Board of Directors (BODs) by conducting Annual General Meeting (AGM) following the Canadian Corporate Act.

Celebration of Religion

Enhancement of Events

Preservation of Culture