$6 million Hindu temple planned in Connecticut

A Hindu temple is reportedly planned in Manchester town of Connecticut at an estimated cost of about $6 million, and is expected to complete in 2019. This will ease the woes of the Hindu community which is living in the vicinity as they wanted a Temple.

Planning and Zoning Commission of Town of Manchester, in its December 11 meeting, reportedly unanimously approved a place of worship to Om Foundation Inc.

Construction of this double-storey temple is expected to start during the upcoming spring on a 6.5-acre plot, which will include a 77-foot spire, reports suggest.

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Meanwhile, distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada yesterday, commended efforts of temple leaders and area community towards realizing this Hindu temple.

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Town of Manchester, incorporated in 1823, is the home of iconic restaurant Shady Glen and is known for Manchester Road Race. Jay Moran, Margaret H. Hackett and Scott Shanley are Mayor, Deputy Mayor and General Manager respectively. Notable people associated with Manchester include actress Astrid Allwyn, long-distance runner Alberto Salazar, ice-hockey player Doug Jarvis and memory disorder patient Henry Molaison.

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