Shree Veeraboga Cultural Centre

As the congregation grew, the demand for a multi-purpose hall became apparent. On 21 December 1993, the additional land adjoining the temple was purchased. A two-level hall was built – the first floor serves as the main hall and ground floor as a dining hall, storage room and has rest rooms. The sod-turning ceremony took place on 11 June 2000.

During the construction of the Shree Veeraboga Cultural Centre, the chairman, Johnny Gounden wrote to Pujya Swami Sahajananda for assistance. Pujya Swamiji readily agreed and gave important spiritual instructions pertaining to the governance and administration of the temple and hall. These include not serving meat and alcohol and not allowing bhangras on the premises, as well as refraining from raising funds through lotteries, etc. Pujya Swamiji immediately provided some building materials and finance for the hall.

Fundraising initiatives and commercial ventures saw the Shree Veeraboga Cultural Centre through, with the ground floor completed in 2003 and the first event in the main hall taking place in 2007. To date, the hall is a major source of income for the temple, and a convenient one-stop venue for weddings and other family, social and cultural events. The main hall is fully air-conditioned.