Ireland, and especially Dublin, has a vibrant culture which has attracted various economic emigrants from all over the world who have settled here in recent times including the Indian diaspora. There is a ‘gap’ for this diverse group in terms of having a place to follow their traditions and culture which is fundamentally built on the concept of vasudhaiva kuṭumbakam (वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम्) which means the whole world is one family.
Project Apurva was born with a clear goal and objective of building a community centre and Temple with a core principle to involve and engage all like-minded people to make this happen.
Apūrva (अपूर्व) Objective: Acquire land design and build a traditional Hindu Temple.
Spiritual Harmonious Traditions
Helping The Community
Reinforcing our Commitment
The Hindu temple which is planned by Apurva Charity will be built according to traditional values. Our architectural blueprint will consist of a dome (Kalasa), which is like a mountain peak, representing the Supreme. Below the dome deities are place for idol worship (Garbhagriha). This leads to the main hall (Mandapa) where devotees will sit and pray. The main entrance (Ardhamandapa) with a central aisle leads to the dome.