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The original plan was that the couple, their son, daughter, family and friends would worship there.
Three decades later, and thanks to word of mouth and reports in some newspapers,
Britain's most unlikely temple has been visited by Hindus from as far away as Canadaand , and by tourists from other religions. Nepal
In the room, 17 gods and goddesses of the religion are represented in statue form.
Everything a Hindu pilgrim might want is available here - peace, prayer, friendship and happiness - and of course, Mrs Karia's tea.
All visitors are requested to respect the tranquility of the neighborhood by talking quietly, and queuing in an orderly fashion.
Hindus carry their faith and the idols of gods to any place they go. They will find a small neat corner for the idol in the home and from here the Hindu directly communes with god and shares burden, joys and sadness. Such a place set up 29 years ago by Dhirajlal and Sushila Karia in a spare bedroom in Essex in
England is today a popular and hundreds of people daily visit to pray and get blessings. Hindu Temple