In December 2004, Lohana Community West London (LCWL) bought property at Repton Avenue, Sudbury, Wembley, Middlesex HA0 3DW under the Charitable Trust “Lohana Mahajan (UK) Trust” – LMT. Property remained unused till October 2008 mainly due to dilapidated state. Girish Mashru, Mahendra Gokani, Dhiren Gadhia and Dhiren Popat are currently Trustees for LMT(UK) Trust .
Late C J Rabheru was the Advisor to the Trust and Trustees.
On 12th August 2010 Trustees and Late C J Rabheru decided to open Mandir at the venue known as Shree Jalaram Jyot Mandir. Mandir became operational gradually and now it is a fully functional Jalaram Bapa’s Mandir attracting thousands of people on event days. Mandir serves Prasad – Sadavrat daily from 1.00pm till 2.00pm daily. Freshly cooked food is served daily by qualified cooks. Daily over 80 people have Prasad, and on Thursday’s around 300 plus people have Prasad from 1.00om till 3.00pm.
Thursday’s evening Bhajans are very popular and attracts hundreds of devotees and Prasad is served to 600 plus devotees every Thursday’s.
21 Hanuman Chalisa every Saturday’s are popular, and venue is generally very busy with devotees serving Prasad to 300 plus between 1.00pm till 3.00pm.
Mandir also hosts other Religious Events such as Holi, Shivratri, Ram Navami, Hanuman Chalisa, Mataji Lota and many more events which attracts 2000 plus devotees who are also offered Prasad.
Other Regular Events such as Mataji Lota, Janmashtami, Saptah, Bhajans, Birthday Parties and Civil Weddings are also organised. Mandir serves pure vegetarian Prasad on all the events regardless of number of devotees. One unique service Mandir provides is that of supplying Prasad to deceased family and hold Barmu or Termu vidhi and Prasad at the Mandir.
Mandir also provide parking facilities up to 150 cars at one time.
Mandir also has an open ground facilities where Kathas and any other functions can be hosted by erecting a marquee subject to conditions.