Heavy rain in UAE, first Hindu temple will be inaugurated tomorrow, 35 thousand people will be present, glimpse of Indian culture will be spread.

By Pooja Bhardwaj February 13, 2024 11:26 AM IST

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Heavy rain in UAE, first Hindu temple to be inaugurated tomorrow

UAE Rain: The first Hindu temple is ready in Abu Dhabi, UAE. This temple built by BAPS is very huge and grand. The consecration of this temple is to take place on 14th February. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a visit to UAE on 13 and 14 February. He will inaugurate this Hindu temple on Wednesday 14 February. During this, PM Modi will address the Indian community in UAE. The name of this program is ‘Ahlan Modi’. It means ‘Welcome to Modi’ in Arabic. However, before this program it is raining heavily in UAE.

It is raining heavily in UAE before the inauguration program of the temple. However, even this rain is not able to reduce the enthusiasm of the Indians living here. There is huge enthusiasm about this program among the people of the Indian community. Traffic jams and waterlogging were seen due to overnight rain on Tuesday.

35 thousand people expected to be present

According to media reports, preparations for this event are being made at Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi. An official related to this said that due to bad weather the number of people has been reduced to 35 thousand. Earlier about 80 thousand people were expected to come. 60 thousand people had registered to participate in this program. However, even after the rain, 35,000 to 40,000 people are expected to attend the inauguration program of this temple, including participants presenting colorful cultural programs. According to reports, more than 500 buses will run, with more than 1000 volunteers assisting at the venue.

Alert in UAE after rain

A security alert has been issued across the UAE due to heavy rain, hail, thunder and lightning. Speed ​​limit has been fixed in UAE. There are approximately 35 lakh Indian expatriates living in UAE, which is 35 percent of the total population of the country. Highlights of the event include an exhibition of over 700 cultural artists, bringing alive the vast diversity of Indian arts. There is huge enthusiasm about this program not only in UAE but also among Indians around the world.

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