The main Deity of this temple is God Shiva in form of Gauri Shankar, who is one of the principal Deities of Hinduism. The temple contains shrines of various avatars (reincarnations) of God Vishnu and Goddess Parvati as well.
Names of Deities in the temple are 1. Ganeshji, 2. Shree Radha Krishna, 3. Tirupati Balaji, 4. Laxmi Mata ji, 5. Shree Shivji Pariwar, 6, Shivlinga, 7. Nandiji, 8. Kalimata, 9. Durga Mata, 10, Saibaba, 11. Jhulelalji, 12. Hanumanji, 13. Murganji, 14. Ayyapa, 15. Jalaram Bappa. 16. Cluster of Nav Graha Statues.
Shiva’s Relief Work Carvings on Walls: 1. Panchmukhi Shiva, 2. Dudhadhari Shiva, 3. Natraj Shiva, 4. Ardhanareshwar.
Temple Paintings on Walls: Char Dhams: 1. Dwarka, 2. Badrinath, 3. Jaganath Puri, 4. Rameshwar.
The temple is planned as per ancient principles of Hindu Temple Architecture and Vastu Shastra. The main structure of the temple Vaastu is east facing and octagonal in shape. The design of this temple takes inspiration from the Somnath Temple in Gujarat, India, which is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites for Hindus.
With high respect to Shri. Vasu Dada Shroff and Shri. Rajkumar Shroff along with Shree Gurudarbar Sindhi Temple’s Trustees and who worked & helped to build this temple work heartly; we dedicate this Temple Vastu to all supreme powers of the Universe irrespective of caste, creed, race or religion.
Temple Architect: Ar. Subhash Govind Bhoite - Mumbai, India
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