The Temple of All Religions or the Universal Temple is a special building complex in the Staroye Arakchino Microdistrict of Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia. It comprises of a few sorts of religious design including an Orthodox church, a mosque, and a synagogue, among others. It is right now under development since 1992, began by neighborhood craftsman and altruist Ildar Khanov. The structure fills in as a social focus and a habitation for Khanov and his aides. Khanov is known for his endeavors in the treatment of liquor addiction, medicate habit, and different diseases. His previous and flow patients assist him with maintaining and build up the Temple, either by coordinate contribution in the development work or through sponsorship.
The structure isn't a functioning sanctuary of any religion, but instead, as Khanov portrays its main goal, a "sanctuary of culture and truth". It has turned into a prominent point of interest in the city of Kazan, which takes pride in the serene mix of ious societies Islamic Tatar culture, Orthodox Russian, and others. The Temple is gone by both by voyagers and by individuals looking for Khanov's assistance. Khanov says that in the end the structure will have 16 vaults, comparing to the 16 noteworthy world religions including past religions that are never again rehearsed.