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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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86 Dale Rd

Dale Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.863803

30.976796

588 Bellair Rd

Bellair Rd

Durban

4138

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.874203

30.956359

Hindu Temples

Temples are a place of peace and communing for people of the same religion to gather and worship their shared beliefs and empower those beliefs amongst themselves. They help establish a sense of community between its members as well as strengthen its individual’s faith in those beliefs of their religion by providing a place to praise, reaffirm religious codes and practices.

Temples go with different names under different religions such a church in Christianity, a synagogue in the Jewish faith, a mosque in the Islamic faith, a temple in the Buddhist and Hinduism faith. Each religion has its own unique and characteristic designs for the temples and in the case of Hindu temples these are characterised by Indian architecture as it is the dominant religion of India. The temples commonly have icons of the Hindu gods or deity to which they are dedicated to and include altars with pictures or statues of the gods and goddesses. The temple will often have a shrine dedicated to the main deity as well. Hinduism is the predominant faith found in India, but is not only found in India as there are many Hindu followers found across the world co-existing with other religions.

The Hinduism main deity is known as Brahma and in their teachings they believe in the reincarnation of ones soul into a new body when one passes away. This teaching also believes that they live multiple lives depending on the lifestyle they lived previously. This will determine their new body which can be a person or animal and also determine how they will be rewarded in their new life. This is often known as karma. Hindu followers will commune at these temples to praise their deities and recite these beliefs amongst each other.

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Hindu Temples

Temples are a place of peace and communing for people of the same religion to gather and worship their shared beliefs and empower those beliefs amongst themselves. They help establish a sense of community between its members as well as strengthen its individual’s faith in those beliefs of their religion by providing a place to praise, reaffirm religious codes and practices.

Temples go with different names under different religions such a church in Christianity, a synagogue in the Jewish faith, a mosque in the Islamic faith, a temple in the Buddhist and Hinduism faith. Each religion has its own unique and characteristic designs for the temples and in the case of Hindu temples these are characterised by Indian architecture as it is the dominant religion of India. The temples commonly have icons of the Hindu gods or deity to which they are dedicated to and include altars with pictures or statues of the gods and goddesses. The temple will often have a shrine dedicated to the main deity as well. Hinduism is the predominant faith found in India, but is not only found in India as there are many Hindu followers found across the world co-existing with other religions.

The Hinduism main deity is known as Brahma and in their teachings they believe in the reincarnation of ones soul into a new body when one passes away. This teaching also believes that they live multiple lives depending on the lifestyle they lived previously. This will determine their new body which can be a person or animal and also determine how they will be rewarded in their new life. This is often known as karma. Hindu followers will commune at these temples to praise their deities and recite these beliefs amongst each other.

To find more about Hindu Temple, browse our Yellow Pages listings on www.yellowpages.co.za

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