We had a wonderful visit here very recently after the recommendation of a friend and colleague from Gujarat. Thank you Drupad! This really is a must-see, not only in London but in the UK, a beautiful and truly inspirational Mandir (Hindu Temple) and compound 10 minutes from Wembley. We spent the whole afternoon here, visited the Mandir twice, as we were kindly informed by the gentlemen on security when leaving to come back at 3.30 to see the opening of the doors to the shrines containing the exquisite Murti's. What a truly splendid experience. We also enjoyed the Understanding Hinduism exhibition, the wooden carving in the reception and prayer halls, as well as the stunning carving in Bulgarian white limestone and marble in the Mandir.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and were treated with nothing but kindness and the utmost professionalism by all the staff we encountered, and one must be mindful that one of the associated Mandir's in Indian was attacked, so security is pretty tight (and rightly so). This includes airport style entry, x-ray of small bags and walk-through metal detector. No camera's or large bags allowed in the complex, no shoes, and no-entry fee either (although there is a token £2 fee for the Understanding Hinduism exhibition). We also enjoyed the wonderful souvenir shop and left laden with incense, before eating at the Shayona restaurant just across the road. We will most certainly return and highly recommend it to all.
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