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Hindu Temple at Wembley in United Kingdom - Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir at Ealing Road in North West London

Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir, the new Hindu Temple at Wembley (at Ealing Road north-west London) in United Kingdom, opened on May 31, 2010. The temple which took nearly 14 years to complete is believed to have cost more than £16m. The temple has been built using the ancient temple architecture methods mentioned in the temple building scriptures associated with Hinduism.

Majority of the portion of temple are hand carved in limestone. The hand carving was done at Sola Town in Gujarat, India. The hand carved pieces were transported to England and was pieced together at Wembley.

The temple houses 41 hand carved Hindu deities all made in pure marble.

The temple has murtis of all the important deities in Hinduism including Shiva, Sita Ram, Srinathji, Radha Krishna, Ambaji, Ganesha, Hanuman, Mahadevi or Durga and Tirupati Balaji.

You can find more details about the Hindu Temple at Wembley here at the official website.