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What is seva?

In Hinduism, seva means selfless service and is often associated with karma yoga, disciplined action, and bhakti yoga, disciplined devotion. Seva is also connected to other Sanskrit concepts such as dāna (gift giving), karunā (compassion), and preman (kindness).

Looking to make a difference in your community? Kasi Temple is seeking donations to support their programs. If you have the heart to contribute, please get in touch with us today. Your generosity can make an increadible impact.

If you encounter any error paying online towards any temple services, this may be due to a change in your name or email. In case of an error, please send us your information via email:

Annapurna Nilayam - The Kitchen

Annapurna Nilayam is our very own community kitchen, constantly buzzling with the sound and aroma of prasadams. Join our team of dedicated volunteers here! We're always in need of helping hands to serve visitors and devotees alike. Sign up today to become a volunteer and start making a positive impact in community.

Subscribe to Temple Mailers

Would you like to be in loop of all the upcoming poojas, offering and events at the Kasi Temple? Feel free to subscribe to our weekly mailers.

Become a member

Annual membership - $125.

Kasi Temple is a nonprofit organization 501(c)(3). Donations to the temple are tax deductible. The temple is open to all members and non-members. In order to sustain operations, the temple requires funds. All devotees are welcome to be members of the temple. However, only residents of the counties Genesee, Shiawassee, Saginaw, Tuscola, Lapeer, Oakland, Livingston, or Ingham can be voting members. Annual membership is from January 1 to December 31. Annual members eligible to vote based on the county of residence need to ensure they pay their membership dues on or before March 31, of that calendar year. All devotes are welcome to become members of Kasi temple and help sustain the temple into the future.

Become a volunteer

High-schoolers will be awarded certificates for volunteering.

​Volunteering Options:​

  1. Assist at the kitchen on Saturday or Sunday in any one of the shifts (11.00 am - 3.00 pm, 3.00 pm - 7.00 pm). 

  2. Volunteer New years day at the temple 

  3. Mahashivarathri at the temple and kitchen

  4. Ganesh Chaturthi at the temple and kitchen

  5. Navarathri at the temple and kitchen

Please fill in the volunteering form if you wish to volunteer your services to the temple. 

Thanks for your interest!


We would love to hear from you! If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to reach out. Our dedicated team is here to assist you.

Phone: (810) 336-2461, (810) 336-2462

Kitchen Telephone: (810) 733-5790


Kasi Temple, Flint, MI

1147 South Elms Road,

Flint, Michigan 48532

Thank You!

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