Europe's largest Hindu temple was opened in Britain UK - the site of a former landfill. Over 10,000 visitors are expected from £ 6.5 million Sri Venkateswara Balaji Temple in Tividale, near Dudley, West Midlands, The complex is built on 12.5 hectares of wasteland in an industrial area near the M5 motorway.
Lord Venkateshwara Temple in Birmingham, UK
The temple is built in the style of the ancient and sacred temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara in Tirupati, India. The site was funded by a £ 3.3 lottery funds from the Millennium Commission and took more than three decades to materialize.
Sri Venkateswara Hindu Temple (Balaji) in Tividale is the culmination of deeply felt spiritual aspirations and one of the most remarkable achievements of Hindu communities in the United Kingdom. The temple is located at 21.5 hectares, with a number of different shrines and other facilities and raised in a period of 10 years to be physically largest temple in southern India city of Europe. Much more complex than just physical, which brings together a outstanding series of section of Hindus in an organization alive and thriving and is now recognized as a leading Indian Hindu institutions in this country.
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