$14 mn temple to be built in Trinidad and Tobago

An Indian born seer has announced the construction of a $14 million temple at Trinidad and Tobago’s Freeport city.

‘The Laksmi Narayan Mandir will reflect the ancient Vedic tradition dating back to between 5,000 and 10,000 years. It will be patterned along the Vashti Shastri tradition reminiscient of the spirituality, moral and ethical values of that period,’ said Jyoti Shacharya Sri Sri Gajendra Kumar.

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