Embrace the Divine

Our temples are more than just structures; they are portals to a world of empathy, understanding, and spiritual awakening. At the heart of the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence in Australia lies a profound spiritual haven, where empathy and divinity intertwine. Our temple complex invites you to embark on a journey of self-discovery, inner peace, and universal love.

Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha, venerated at the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, is not just revered as the remover of obstacles but also as the embodiment of ‘Para Brahma’, the supreme consciousness. In Mohanji’s words, Lord Ganesha represents the infinite, all-encompassing cosmic energy that pervades the universe, transcending physical form and worldly challenges.
This aspect of Lord Ganesha as the supreme consciousness resonates deeply with the teachings at the Centre, emphasizing the journey towards a higher understanding and unity with the universal spirit. Mohanji elucidates that Lord Ganesha’s presence in our lives is not merely for worldly success, but to guide us towards the realization of our true, boundless nature, aligning us with the rhythmic harmony of the cosmos.

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

Shirdi Sai Baba, enshrined at the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, represents a pivotal figure in the Avadhoota lineage, embodying the essence of divine simplicity and profound wisdom. Mohanji, deeply connected to Shirdi Sai Baba, reveres him as the grandfather of our tradition, embodying unconditional love and the highest state of detachment.
Sai Baba’s teachings, emphasizing unity and compassion, continue to guide and inspire seekers on their spiritual journey. The eternal Dhuni, a sacred flame that burns continuously at the centre, symbolizes this unending spiritual legacy and serves as a constant reminder of Baba’s eternal presence and guidance, illuminating the path towards self-realization and inner peace.

Lord Dattatreya

Lord Dattatreya, revered in the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, stands as a symbol of the Raja Yoga path, epitomizing the union of the physical and spiritual realms. Esteemed as an incarnation of the Holy Trinity – Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, Lord Dattatreya’s significance lies in his embodiment of detachment and enlightenment. He teaches through the simplicity of nature and the profundity of silence.
The Raja Yoga path, deeply influenced by his teachings, guides seekers beyond conventional methods, focusing on the direct experience of spiritual truth. This path fosters a deep inner connection that transcends physical boundaries. In embracing Lord Dattatreya’s principles, the path of Raja Yoga becomes a journey of self-realization and universal consciousness. It unlocks the potential within each individual to attain peace and harmony with the cosmos.


Anaghalakshmi, revered at the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, embodies the unique trinity of Parvati, Lakshmi, and Saraswati, blending the divine attributes of strength, prosperity, and wisdom. This rare form of the Goddess, not widely represented in temples around the world, holds special significance for its all-encompassing nature, symbolizing the holistic empowerment and enlightenment of the seeker.
Her presence in the Centre is a rare privilege, offering devotees a unique opportunity to connect with the feminine divine in its most complete and multifaceted form. Anaghalakshmi’s blessings are sought for not just material and educational prosperity but also for the inner strength and clarity to navigate life’s journey with grace and purpose.

Walpole proudly hosts the first Hindu temple
in the southern region of Western Australia.

Embrace Divine Significance


What are the temple opening hours?

Our temple is open from 6 AM to 10PM throughout the week.

What services are offered at the temple?

We provide a range of services, including:

  • Abhishekam (bathing ceremony)
  • Archana
  • Offering clothes
  • Offering oil
  • Offering incense
How can I contribute or donate to the temple?

You can contribute by:

  • Offering clothing
  • Donating oil
  • Providing wood for dhuni (sacred fire)
  • Participating in abhishekam (bathing ceremony)
  • Participating in archanai (ritual worship)


Visiting the temples at the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence provides several enriching benefits:

Deep Spiritual Connection

The temples serve as serene sanctuaries for connecting with the divine, fostering a profound sense of spiritual awakening and enlightenment.

Inner Peace and Harmony

Immersed in a tranquil atmosphere, these sacred spaces offer a haven for visitors to find inner peace, aiding in stress reduction and mental well-being.

Guidance in Self-Realization

The presence of deities, coupled with Mohanji’s teachings, offers invaluable insights and guidance on the path of self-discovery and personal growth.

Enhanced Mindfulness and Concentration

The environment and spiritual practices at the temples encourage mindfulness, leading to improved mental clarity and focus.

Sense of Community
and Belonging

Visitors often experience a strong sense of community, fostering connections with others who share similar spiritual journeys and values.

Exposure to Rich Spiritual Practices

The temples provide a unique opportunity to engage with diverse spiritual rituals and practices, enriching the personal spiritual journey of each visitor.
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