The History of The Temple
The Samaj was conceived by a few like-minded devotees of Lord Subramania in the mid-forties in the central suburb of Matunga, the then ‘mini-Madras’ of Mumbai. These God-loving migrants from the south cherished their cultural heritage based on the bhakti-cult propounded by our ancient sages and saints. The bhakti-movement of south India culminated in the propitiation of divinity in all its forms and expression, involving the community as a whole.