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The Temple was Amazing! This is something you have to see to believe, photos just don't do it justice. The architecture and intricate marble carvings were absolutely beautiful!! Visiting this temple is a truly unique experience! Just a few notes you are able to take...More
I went here with children ranging in age from 8-20 and we all enjoyed it. We went during the day around 1000am. Pulling into the complex doesn’t give you a real feel for what you will see. While there are intricate carvings on the outside...More
During one of the prayers, my sister and I walked to the front of the room to join our father, and were yelled at by the security guard and women behind us- at first we were confused and didn't understand what we did wrong. But...More
Be prepared to drive through a security stop consisting of many speed-bumps. Once inside, remove your shoes if you are planning to visit the Mandir. The storage of shoes is sorted according to gender. There is a dress code. Use a shawl and sarong (located...More
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
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.