BAPS Swaminarayan temple in Neasden, a few minutes ride from Wembley stands impressive and majestic white marble gleaming in a rare bright London sunshine - Once you step inside you are transported to a different world of cleanliness, intricate designs the Super impressive Woodwork carvings inside the prayer halls - of course how many trees would have seen their end but the work is worth admiring - impeccable symmetry and fine art work. I was told that the entire marble piece was carved back in Rajasthan and Gujarat by craftsman and transported and assembled in London. The idols of the dieties are so beautiful that it gives you a pleasing smile and soothing effect - just wanted to sit cross legged in the spotless white marble floor and keep seeing the idol for ever. There is a nice small museum depicting various Hindu mythology works and a short video on the temple construction.
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