Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate a Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi on 14 February. Before this, on January 22, he will consecrate the idol of Ram Lala in the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya. UAE Ambassador to India Abdulnasser Alshali has termed the inauguration of the BAPS temple as a memorable and historic day to “celebrate tolerance and acceptance”. “We are looking forward to the inauguration on February 14,” Alshali said. This will be an unprecedented day. This will be a special occasion to celebrate tolerance, acceptance and further strengthen this relationship.”
In fact, the first Hindu temple is ready in Abu Dhabi, the capital of UAE. The inauguration will also be done by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on 14 February 2024. BAPS Swaminarayan, the organization that built the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi, has invited PM Modi for the inauguration ceremony, which he has accepted.
The temple has been prepared in modern style
This is the first Hindu temple of Abu Dhabi, which is going to open on 14 February, which is built on a land of 20,000 square meters at Al Wakba place. This temple has been designed in a very modern style. The carving of this temple made of a combination of ancient art and modern architecture is unmatched. The temple is built with royal, traditional hand-carved stones.
Preparations in full swing
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had laid the foundation stone of this temple in 2018. In such a situation, before the inauguration, preparations are in full swing here on the lines of Ayodhya. People from India will also participate in the grand program going to be held in Abu Dhabi. This temple will prove to be very effective in establishing better relations between India and UAE.
Before this, preparations are being made all over the world for the consecration ceremony of Ramlala to be held in the Ram temple in Ayodhya. According to the report, a big effort is being made to connect the NRIs living in 55 countries in this event. Before the event, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) has prepared a plan to celebrate this event in foreign countries.