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PM Modi and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed in Dubai. Without Zayed.

Abu Dhabi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday inaugurated the first Hindu temple of Abu Dhabi. During this, the Prime Minister repeatedly thanked President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed for the land given by the UAE government for the temple and for its grand construction. PA Modi said that it is a symbol of the common heritage of humanity. He said that he thanks the UAE for writing a new golden chapter of human history. Speaking at the inauguration of the temple built by Bochasan resident Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS), the Prime Minister thanked the President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Sheikh Mohammed Zayed Al Nahyan for making the grand temple in Abu Dhabi a reality and said that he Along with the Indians living in the country, it also won the hearts of 140 crore Indians.

Addressing a gathering, Modi said, “I hope that the BAPS temple will become a symbol of communal harmony and global unity for the whole world.” During this, UAE Minister of Tolerance Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan and leaders of different religions. The spiritual master was present. The Prime Minister said, “We do not see hatred in diversity, we consider diversity as our specialty. In this temple, we will get a glimpse of diverse faiths at every step.” He said that the UAE has now added another cultural chapter to its identity which till now has been limited to Burj Khalifa, Future Museum, Sheikh Zayed Mosque and other high-tech buildings. Was known.

Devotees will come in large numbers to UAE

The Prime Minister said, “I am confident that a large number of devotees will come here in the coming times. This will also increase the number of people coming to the UAE and will also increase people-to-people contacts between the two countries. Praising the UAE President’s contribution in making the grand temple a reality, he said, “If this grand temple is made a reality. If anyone has the biggest and most important role in India, then it is none other than my brother Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed. Modi said that the UAE government has worked wholeheartedly to fulfill the aspirations of crores of Indians. He said that the UAE government has won the hearts of not only the Indians living in the UAE but also all the 140 crore Indians. The Prime Minister also recalled the consecration ceremony of the newly constructed Ram temple in Ayodhya last month. He said, “Our immense happiness in Ayodhya has been further increased by the wave of happiness received in Abu Dhabi today. It is my good fortune that I have been a witness to the grand Shri Ram temple first in Ayodhya and then to this temple in Abu Dhabi.

Swami Narayan Temple is built on 27 acres of land

Before starting the process of inaugurating the temple, built at a cost of about Rs 700 crore in an area of ​​27 acres near Al Rahba on the Dubai-Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed Highway, the Prime Minister immersed himself in the artificially created rivers of Ganga and Yamuna in the temple. Also did. The Prime Minister also inscribed “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” on the stone at the temple using a hammer and chisel. According to the temple authorities, the grand temple has been built as per the ancient style of construction mentioned in the craft and architecture scriptures and Hindu scriptures. Despite the extreme temperatures in the UAE, devotees will not face any problem in walking on these tiles even in summer. Non-ferrous materials have also been used in the temple. Swami Brahmaviharidas, head of international relations for BAPS, told PTI, “Here architectural methods have been combined with scientific techniques.

More than 300 sensors are installed for earthquake

More than 300 high-tech sensors have been installed at every level of the temple to measure temperature, pressure and motion (seismic activity). The sensors will provide live data for research. If there is any earthquake in the area, the temple will detect it and we can study.” No metal has been used in the construction of the temple and the concrete mix used to fill the foundation uses ash instead of 55 per cent cement. Has been used. Madhusudan Patel, construction manager of the temple, told PTI, “We have used temperature-resistant micro tiles and heavy glass panels while combining traditional aesthetic stone structures and modern-day craftsmanship. Considering the extreme temperatures in the UAE, these tiles will be convenient for visitors to walk on.

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