By the grace of GOD and support of devotees like you, we are very excited to announce the appointment of Pundit Srinivasan Aravamudan Ji as the new full-time priest of the Hindu Temple of Northeast Wisconsin.

Pundit Srinivasan Ji comes from Bharatiya Temple, Chalfont, PA where he served as senior priest for four years. He also served as the priest of Sri Mahalakshmi Devasthanam, Delaware for two years. Before coming to USA, Pundit Ji served as priest for eight years at various temples in India (Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh & Tamil Nadu).
Pundit Ji is fluent in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu languages. He is an expert in performing all types of pujas including Sakala Devata Pooja, Punyahavachanam, Namakaranam, Kesh Khndanam, Annaprashanam, Ayushya Homam, Upanayanam, Vivaham (Marriage), Navagraha Santi, Gruhapravesam, Vastu Santi, Satyanarayana Vratam, Varalakshmi Vratam, Kedareshwar Vratham, Shasthi Poorthi, Pitru Karma, Sakala Vidha Santi and all types of Homams (Havans). He is well qualified to perform Nitya Archana and Alankaram for all devthas (deities). Besides being a well-qualified priest, Pundit Ji is also a very good singer. He learned Carnatic Music for two year from swami KT. Vidyanathan Pammal. He is very talented in singing Bhajans, Sunderkand, Hanuman Chalisa, Matha Ki Chowki and Ram Amruthwani.
Pundit Srinivasan Ji is only 40 year old and comes from a very devoted religious family of Iyangar Brahmin (Vaishnava). His father was the Head Priest of Pushkar Temple (Ajmer, Rajasthan) for 35 years. He is blessed with a wonderful wife - Rama Devi, and two sweet daughters – Subhiksha (13 years) and Sameeksha (8 years). He will be living in Kaukauna WI, very close to the Hindu Temple.
We are extremely blessed to have such a qualified Pundit Ji join the Temple. We are sure that with his devotion, knowledge & guidance, the Temple will flourish to new heights. Please join us in welcoming Pundit Srinivasan Ji and his family to Northeast Wisconsin and extend your full support to the growth of our Temple in coming months. We will be publishing the new temple timings soon.