UAE: 200 representatives of different religions participate in Omsiyat celebration at BAPS Hindu Temple

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  • Within a month, lakhs of devotees visited the UAE temple
  • A program named Omsiat was organized in celebration of the cultural evening in the month of Ramzan.
  • Sheikh Nahyan of UAE said that there is intolerance and distrust in the world whereas this temple is a symbol of hope and faith among the people.

The first BAPS Hindu temple built in Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates, remains in the news every day. This time on Holi, lakhs of devotees came to visit in one month. At the same time, on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, an all-religion cultural evening was organized here. Not only Muslims but more than 200 people from different religions participated in this program named Omsiat.


These big personalities participated

His Highness Minister Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan is seen with Swami Brahmaviharidas at the BAPS Temple in Omsiyat. Apart from this, Minister of State for Foreign Trade, Dr. The event was attended by several prominent personalities, including Thani bin Ahmed Al Zyoudi and Dr. Mughir Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of the Department of Community Development.

It was held on this day

The program was organized on April 2. In which leaders of the local religious community were also present. Rabbi Jeff Berger of the Abrahamic Family House, Rabbi Levi Dutchman, Father Lalji of the Church of South India Parish and Bah Ai community leaders were in attendance.

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Unity in diversity is not just a principle…

“Unity in diversity is not just a principle, it is a practice,” said Rabbi Jeff Berger of the Abrahamic Family House. This is clearly demonstrated here tonight. This program symbolizes our shared journey towards understanding and respect.

Temple brings hope to people

Emphasizing the impact of the BAPS Hindu Temple, Sheikh Nahyan said, ‘When the world fears separatism, mistrust, intolerance and conflict, this temple gives people hope. I commend BAPS Hindu Temple for this interfaith program. The Hindu temple’s determination to work together on cultural and spiritual basis for the betterment of all mankind is truly commendable.’

Temple volunteers prepared food

BAPS Hindu Temple head Swami Brahmaviharidas thanked all the guests. The event concluded with a vegetarian ‘Suhoor’, which included Arabic and Indian food prepared by temple volunteers.

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