Project Bhakti


What is Project Bhakti?
Project Bhakti classes are conducted by a group of youth volunteers under the aegis of the Hindu Endowments Board. Since its inception in 2001, Project Bhakti has catered to the religious needs of Hindu children in Singapore. The English-medium classes are taught to children between the ages of 5 to 16 years old. Each year, more than 500 children partake in these Hinduism classes, which are conducted at some of the local Hindu temples.

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What is the aim of Project Bhakti?

Project Bhakti aims to share the rich Indian culture and ancient spiritual wisdom using the medium of stories, dramas, games, hands-on activities and discussions. Such activities help to inculcate values for right thinking and action in children, and inspire them to live up to those values with correct understanding.

Project Bhakti classes provide a platform for children to appreciate the richly diverse culture of Hinduism as well as the positive attitude that Hindus have towards other religions and cultures. Such understanding will help children to relate to their roots and expose young minds to all that is best in Hindu culture and values.

Why have Project Bhakti?

In Singapore’s fast paced environment, children have minimum exposure to our rich culture. The temptations of the environment are also becoming more and more sophisticated to lure the young minds and there is an urgent need to educate our young to develop a healthy resistance.

Character building starts from young and it is every nation’s and parent’s responsibility to ensure that the child is given the right atmosphere to grow with noble ideals, healthy emotions and physical discipline. Let us work hand in hand to achieve this for our trend-setters of the future generations.

Who conducts the classes?

The teachers are youth volunteers who have a keen interest in Hinduism and have a passion for community service. Youth volunteers are engaged to teach in the programme so that the children are better able to relate to them as it narrows down the generation gap.


2pm to 4pm
5 to 12 year olds


Little India

Siddh Peeth Shree Lakshminarayan Temple




Sri Siva Krishna Temple 



9am to 11am
5 to 12 year olds



Darma Muneeswaran Temple 



Sree Ramar Temple 


Depot Road

Sri Ruthra Kaliamman Temple 


Little India

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple 


10am to 12nn
13 to 16 year olds


Little India

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple 


Registration has closed.

  • Siddh Peeth Shree Lakshminarayan Temple (Little India)
  • Sri Siva Krishna Temple (Marsiling)
  • Darma Muneeswaran Temple (Serangoon North)
  • Sree Ramar Temple (Changi)
  • Sri Ruthra Kaliamman Temple (Depot Road)
  • Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple (Little India)


Can I volunteer to teach in the classes?

Project Bhakti is run by a group of youth volunteers and is always looking out for people to join us. So if you:

  • are a Singaporean / Permanent Resident
  • are 21 – 40 years old
  • are fluent in English
  • are interested to enhance your knowledge of Hinduism
  • enjoy working with children
  • are keen to inspire, lead, teach as well as learn
  • are able to attend weekend teacher trainings
    (lasting approximately 2 hours per session)

then we would like to hear from you. Click here to download the form.


Online registration is compulsory. Fee: $30 per child.
Registration closing date: 5 March 2023


Completed forms can be sent via:



Hindu Endowments Board
397 Serangoon Road
Singapore 218123
Please note that volunteers who register will be interviewed. Training and materials will be provided.