Vedic Cultural Center

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<p>The two-story, pink Vedic Cultural Center sits on 228th Avenue Southeast and is home to those who believe in the Vedic tradition, which dates back 5,000 years. Vedas are ancient scriptures from India and center around the belief that everyone comes from one great family with a common origin.</p>
<p>Vedic culture has been described as Hinduism and a way to live daily life. Vedic beliefs stress harmony, non violence, dignity, helping others and participating in activities that assist individuals and society. At the center, members participate in festivals, hold classes and sponsor meetings, including interfaith ones.</p> <p>The center is a community service project of ISKCON of Washington. ISKCON stands for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. The center opened in 2008 and has 11,438 square feet of space.</p> <p>Center members help distribute "mercy" meals to seniors. They also give free food daily at the center. One of their beliefs is that no person within 15 miles of the center should go hungry.</p>
1420 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075
(425) 246-8436
  • Fax: 770-592-6965
  • Hours: Daily, 5:30am - 9pm
  • Hours: Daily, 9am - 4:15pm
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