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HCCC was established in 1977 with the goal of offering religious services to Hindu community. In the last 40 years the HCCC has evolved into an established institution as a place of worship with the needed services for the community.
 
HCCC Historical Information
1977: HCCC was incorporated
1980 - 83: Land acquired in Livermore
1983 - 86: Interim Temple
1984 - 85: Idols donated by Tamilnadu Govt
1984 - 86:
  • Foundation stone laid by Sri. N.T.Rama Rao.
  • Shilpis arrive from India and major construction began.
  • Foundation ceremonies for cultural center by Pdt. Ravi Shankar and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
1986: Kumbhabhishekam in July
1992: Enclosure and roof completed
1992: Rajagopuram and other Gopurams completed
1997: Assembly Hall inaugurated by Livermore City Councilman.
  • Inaugural concert by K.J. Yesudas & Party.
1998: Mahakumbhabhishekam in July
  • Dakshina Bhoomi purchased
 
1999: Poorva Bhoomi purchased
2001: Temple Flooring completed
2002: 25th Anniversary Celebrations.
2010: Mahakumbhabhishekam in June
2011: Kanaka Durga Prayer Hall completion
2012:
  • Administrative Building completion
  • Multi-Purpose Building completion
  • Assembly Hall Extension in progress
2013:
  • Lakireddy Auditorium Completion
  • East Parking Lot Completion
2016: Solar Canopy System Opening by Livermore City Mayor
2017-18: Bought three priest houses

 
Services Offered by HCCC
Religious Services at temple and devotee residences
Renting of Facilities
Spiritual Services
 
Youth and Education Classes and Programs
Human Services Events
Cultural Events

 
HCCC Campus
The HCCC campus comprises of 12 acres with multiple buildings for various services and ample parking.
Temple: Main temple with all the deities except Kanaka Durga. Most of the religious services and events are held in the temple.
Kanaka Durga Prayer Hall (Behind Lakireddy Auditorium): Home of Kanaka Durga deity.
Neivedyam Kitchen: Neivedyam preparation for all the deities.
Akella Annadana Kitchen: Food for weekend annadana, food for temple events and maha prasadam for the devotee personal events.
Hanimi Reddy Admin Building: Front office, Shoe room, Library, Board room, Meeting room, Tirumala hall and Palani room for Youth and Education classes.
Peraiah Event Building: Badrinath hall, Kedarnath hall, Gangotri room, Yamunotri room and Health advisory clinic. The halls are utilized for temple and devotee events.
Akella Hall (300 seat capacity with a sound system): Annadana food serving, Kalyana Bhojanam fserving, Health Fair, Seminars, Youth & Education programs, Human Services and Cultural events.
Lakireddy Auditorium (500 seat capacity acoustically designed event hall with professional sound and lighting system): Weddings, Dance, Drama, Gran-in-Aid, Annual Fund Raising, Meetings.
From 2011 to 2013, HCCC expanded facilities for the growing needs of the devotees. The expansion was funded with operational reserves and a bank loan. HCCC went green by installing a Solar System in 2016. In 2017- 18 bought three priest houses with an outstanding mortgage loan. HCCC depends upon the generosity of devotees and seeking your valuable donations for the operations, to make HCCC debt free, grow endowment account stronger, buy additional priest houses, other capital projects to enhance temple facilities and other devotee services.


 

   
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