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Pictures of Final design of Hindu Temple in Abu Dhabi released

Gulf News reported that these stones have been engraved with scenes from Hindu epics and scriptures and ancient stories in the temple.

Yogita S.

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Published on 11 Nov 2020 9:26 AM GMT

Pictures of Final design of Hindu Temple in Abu Dhabi released
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New Delhi: The final design of the first Hindu temple stones under construction in Abu Dhabi has been prepared. Gulf News reported that these stones have been engraved with scenes from Hindu epics and scriptures and ancient stories. A video of carved stones and pillars for the Hindu temple has also been released by the Swami Narayan Sanstha (BAPS) in Abu Dhabi.

Hindu Temple in UAE:

Last month, UAE Minister for Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan reviewed the progress of the Hindu temple under construction in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Abdullah also held discussions with the Brahmabihari owner of the temple builder social and spiritual organization BAPS Swami Nayaran.

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30 Percent Indian people in UAE:

During this time Indian Ambassador Pawan Kapoor was also present in the UAE. In this meeting Brahmabihari said that it is an ancient art. This is a unique opportunity not to preserve the architecture but to create new art and a new heritage. During this time the temple was gifted to Sheikh, a golden monument. Explain that the total population of the Indian community in the UAE is 30 percent. It is the largest expatriate community in the Gulf countries.

'The work on the historic temple is progressing with the support of the community and guidance from the leadership in India and the UAE. While navigating the challenges produced by Covid-19 and adhering to local best practices during the pandemic, according to reports.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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