Hindus are looking forward to the first Hindu temple of Abu Dhabi, which is claimed to be open for devotees within a year.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, thanked Abu Dhabi for its support to the Hindu temple and urged all the countries of the world, which do not have a Hindu place of worship, to provide help in raising a Hindu temple.
Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, stated that in view of their considerable numbers all over the world; various national governments should step forward and respond to the requirements of its Hindu residents to help raise a temple for rituals, quiet reflection, festivals and spiritual exercise; which would help in their personal growth.
Rajan Zed noted that it would be a step in the positive direction signaling inclusivity and freedom of religion. It was important to meet the spiritual needs of Hindu residents. Moreover, governments should actively promote interfaith understanding.