The new Hindu temple is taking shape in Dubai, which will be opened to devotees by Diwali next year. The temple complex is being built in 75 thousand square feet. The main temple will be in 25 thousand square feet, where 11 deities will reside. The temple is estimated to cost around 150 crores. It is being built near Guru Nanak Durbar in Jebel Ali area.
The temple is an extension of the Sindhi Guru Durbar Temple at Sauk Baniyas, Burj Dubai. This temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the UAE. Raju Shroff, the trustee of the Sindhi Guru Durbar Temple, said on Sunday – “We are preparing to open it on Diwali in 2022. After the construction of this temple, the church, gurudwara, and temple will be in one place. ‘
Two basements, one floor also in the structure of the temple
Temple complex is being built in 75 thousand square feet
• The main temple will be in 25 thousand square feet
• The temple will have a height of 24 meters (including the summit)
• 150 crore rupees are being spent on the construction of the temple
• 775 people will be able to sit together in the banquet hall
• The temple structure will have two basements. Apart from this, there will also be a ground floor and a first floor.
A temple is also being built in Abu Dhabi
A Hindu temple is also being built in UAE’s Abu Dhabi, which will be the city’s first temple. It is being built on 16.7 acres. It is estimated to cost around Rs 900 crore. It is claimed that it will be ready in two years i.e. by 2023.