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All reviews italian marble intricate carvings new jersey remove your shoes no photography food store spacious grounds wearing shorts an open mind wraps beautiful structure currently under construction words cannot describe my cousin swaminarayan mandir indian snacks men and women
What you will see here rivals any great temple or house of worship anywhere else in the world. The Mandir is constructed with marble quarried in Italy, sculpted in India and assembled in the United States. It it truly amazing and definitely worth the visit.
This was my first visit to a Mandir, so I wasn’t sure what to expect or if I would feel I was out of place. My young daughters and I were warmly welcomed by staff yet in no way pressured to donate funds or act...More
BAPS is a Hindu spiritual complex. The architecture is stunning. Most of the building and all of the shrine is built from Italian marble. Each pillar is about 20 feet in height and crafted on average by four sculptors over a period of 90 days....More
My cousin and I visited on a Friday morning. We removed our shoes and placed them in the ladies shoe room. We were greeted warmly by a man that explained to us we could tour ourselves wait for a tour or use the free audio...More
This exquisitely decorated temple is so unexpected in NJ; I felt transported to India. Its interior is so colorfully patterned and sculpted, which enhances the spiritual experience. Do stay for a worship service while you’re there; all are welcome. Be sure to take a guided...More
This is an impressive building and an interesting outing. Near Princeton. This is a Hindu spiritual place of worship but also most interesting for visitors. The beautiful building is made of hand carved marble from Italy. The interior is intricately hand painted in many colors....More
Visited this large and ornate Indian temple and was amazed by the beauty and detail in the architecture both inside and outside. Free parking and tours are provided. I was surprised that a man was walking around with a “Silence Please” sign but it was...More
What can I say this is a must if you are visiting New Jersey. The guided tour was very informative even being a Hindu. I've posted photos with this review they do no justice. No photography allowed inside so just external photos. Be prepared to...More
This is a lovely place to visit if you're in the area. You can easily visit it in under one hour. We didn't take the tour, but did enjoy looking around and shopping for some of the foods in their store. They're building a new...More
You will need more time than 1/2hr. There's a 10 min. intro movie, a audio tour that takes at least 45 minutes & that's w/o visit to the food court & gift store. I would say you should allow at least 1 1/2 hours... More
You will need more time than 1/2hr. There's a 10 min. intro movie, a audio tour that takes at least 45 minutes & that's w/o visit to the food court & gift store. I would say you should allow at least 1 1/2 hours minimum.