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Navagraha Sri Kathirgaama Yogi Yogishwara Yoga Dhandayuthapaani Swami Temple
(Sharavana Baba Community Centre)
Legion Way (off Summers Lane)
N12 0QF
+44 20 8445 6881

How to get to the temple

by bus

Nearest Bus Stops:

Sunny Way (Stops W and E)

Woodgrange Ave (Stop Q)

These bus stops are served by bus route 382

by train

Nearest Tube Stations:

Finchley Central (Northern Line)

Arnos Grove (Piccadilly Line)

From Finchley Central, take the 382 bus towards Southgate

From Arnos Grove, take the 382 bus towards Mill Hill East

by rail

The nearest main rail hubs are Kings Cross St Pancras International and London Euston

These stations provide connections to most parts of the UK, as well as Europe via Eurostar rail services.

From either of these stations, you can take the Northern Line towards Finchley Central and use the 382 bus service towards Southgate

by air

London is well connected to most countries.

The nearest international airports are:

London Heathrow (19mi)

London Luton (29mi)

London Stansted (34mi)

London Gatwick (63mi)

There are fast connections to London St Pancras International from these airports, from which you can continue your journey to the Temple.

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Navagraha Sri Kathirgaama Yogi Yogishwara Yoga Dhandayuthapaani Swami Temple

Sharavana Baba Community Centre

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