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Video : Grand Opening of Europe’s Largest Shiva Temple In Estonia

Situated in Lilleoru, near the Estonian capital of Tallinn, this grand temple complex spans an impressive 5500 m², promising to be a beacon of spiritual guidance and devotion

The spiritual landscape of Europe on June 10, 2024 will witness a significant milestone with the opening and consecration of one of the continent’s largest Shiva temples.

Situated in Lilleoru, near the Estonian capital of Tallinn, this grand temple complex spans an impressive 5500 m², promising to be a beacon of spiritual guidance and devotion.

The visionary behind this monumental project is Ingvar Villido Acharya Ishwarananda, a revered teacher of Kriya Yoga and the founder of the Kriya Yoga Center in Lilleoru. His dedication to the eternal teachings of Sanatana Dharma has been the driving force in realizing this temple. “The Shiva temple symbolizes our dedication to the eternal teachings of Sanatana Dharma, following the footsteps of the great Rishis and Siddhas,” said Ishwarananda.

Designed by Shilpa Ratna Sthabadhi Dhanabal Mayilvel and Manivel Mayilvel from Tamilnadu, India, the temple’s construction adheres to the ancient Indian architectural principles of Aagama Silpa Saasthra. This design ensures that the temple is not only an architectural marvel but also a spiritually potent site for devotees.

The consecration ceremony, known as Maha Kumbhabhishekam, will be led by Shrila Shri S Boopathi Shivacharya Swamigal and priest Venkatesh Jayaram from Tamilnadu, India. This sacred ritual, which sanctifies the temple and infuses it with divine energy, marks the culmination of a week-long process that began on June 4 and will conclude on June 13, with the main event on June 10.

The temple will house numerous sacred statues representing deities such as Lord Karpaga Nadhar, Mother Brahand Nayagi, Shri Ganapathy, Shri Bala Murugar, Saptha Rishis, Navanaths, 18 Siddhas, and Navagrahas. These statues are intended to provide devotees with a profound connection to divine energy.

The week-long consecration process includes traditional rituals, prayers, and cultural festivities, expected to draw hundreds of guests from India and Europe. This temple stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of Sanatana Dharma, emphasizing the eternal essence (atman) within everyone.

For those unable to attend in person, the consecration ceremony will be broadcast globally via Facebook Live, allowing devotees worldwide to partake in this spiritually significant event.  by Huma Siddiqui

It’s good these Hindus are building temples everywhere but let’s be honest, will any of these temples raise the persecution of Hindus past and present or the rise of extreme Hinduphobia ? We know the answer is the Hindu Zero.

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