BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – popularly known as the 'Neasden Temple' – is a traditional Hindu temple in north-west London. It is a vibrant place of worship, learning and community service.
Using 5,000 tonnes of Italian Carrara and Indian Ambaji marble and the finest Bulgarian limestone, the Mandir was hand-carved in India before being assembled in London.
Adjacent to the temple is a traditional cultural centre fashioned from intricately carved Burmese teak and English oak using environmentally friendly methods.
The ground floor also houses 'Understanding Hinduism', an educative exhibition explaining the origin, beliefs, values and contributions of the world's oldest living faith.
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