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Union Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who is on a visit to Abu Dhabi on November 2 paid a special visit to BAPS Hindu Mandir and took stock of the construction of one of the largest and most beautiful Hindu temples which is being built in the country and is scheduled to be completed in 2024. Swami Brahmavihari Das gave a tour of the temple site to the minister and briefed him about the progress of the construction. BAPS Hindu Temple is a reflection of the graciousness of the UAE government, which has gifted 17 acres of land for the temple complex. In addition, 3.5 million Indians, who have made UAE their second home, are eagerly awaiting the completion of Temple, which will remain a symbol of India-UAE friendship. Speaking with ANI, Pradhan expressed his gratitude to the leaders of the UAE for their support in making the temple a reality.

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