Hindu-Mandir was established in 1990 to serve the Indo-Canadian community of Montreal. A religious, non-profit, charity, the primary aim of this society is to build a temple and a community centre to meet the spiritual, ritual, ceremonial and social needs of Hindus. Hindu-Mandir had the vision to build a grand temple, where people, believing in Hinduism could come together and pray according to our individual beliefs and traditions. Besides being a place of worship and spiritual guidance, this Mandir was intended to act as focal point for our community and a place of congregation. The population of Indo-Canadian community in Montreal has been steadily growing over the past twenty years. Of these, some 5000 people live in West Island of Montreal. In 1995, Hindu-Mandir purchased 107,000 sq. ft. of land in D.D.O. to build the temple / community centre project and obtained the services of a well-known Architect to prepare the master plan for the site and to do the design work for the project. The temple was built according to the architectural plans conceived under the guidance of Mr. Ramesh Khosla, the well known

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