Situated at the intersection of Catherine Street and Gypsy Lane, the primary locating of this tremendous, white limestone Hindu sanctuary blows your mind. Including great sanctuary engineering found crosswise over northern India, the stonework was hand cut by skilled workers in Gujarat, and afterward brought over and amassed nearby,Impeccable carvings with both religious and social themes can be found all through the building and lotus blooms and peacocks, both symbolizing peace and excellence, are cut into the stonework.
The arches, columns and carvings all make this a sanctuary worked to awe and adding to the emotional impact are the three shikhar towers with gold painted apexes ascending out of the rooftop. These speak to the mountain pinnacles of the Himalayas.
It took about three years of eager endeavors by volunteers and fans to raise enough finances to change over this previous denim production line into one of the biggest and most radiant mandirs in the Midlands.