Sai Baba temple in New Zealand

August 01, 2012 10:07
Sai Baba temple in New Zealand

The doors of Sai Baba temple, which was constructed in New Zealand, will be thrown open to the devotees for the first time in the country on August 13. The temple officials have said that Sai Baba statue of 5.5 feet tall would be erected in the temple. Nearly 500 persons can gather in the hall, where the statue will be erected, said temple authorities. Notably, this temple happens to be first of its kind in New Zealand. The temple chairman Bhaskhar Reddy has said that the sansthan (trust) was planning for giving accommodation to Indian students in New Zealand.

Meanwhile, Indians in New Zealand have expressed their happiness that a Baba temple is going to be popped up in their place. It has to be mentioned here that Saibaba of Shirdi (who is considered as the guru/teacher) is being worshiped by Hindu and Muslim brethren for over 100 years.

More to follow...

(AW Phani)

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