It was a dream come true for the Sindhi community from all over Navi Mumbai as the sprawling 7000 sq ft Jhulelal Mandir at plot no 15-A near the Salsole bus depot at Nerul west has thrown open for public. The temple comprises of a satsang hall, library, dormitory and community hall that can be accessed by two elevators. The temple took almost three and a half years to complete and will take further six more months to get the final touch. A real treat to any art lover, the mandir boasts of a mammoth sized kalash made by Sanatan Dharma Murti bhandahar in jaipur and the exquisite marble idols and marble floors are also created by the artisans of Jaipur. The temple’s sanctum sanatorium will house 6 and half ft tall idols of Jhulelal Adidev along with Ganpati and Ma durga. Apart from spreading Sindhi culture, the chairman shared their other prgrammes for serving the society. This beauty of art encompassing the Sindhi culture has also been welcomed by the devotees. With cameraperson Vivek Gaekwad, Dhiraj Mishra for NMTV News.

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