Modi, the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the key Gulf nation, offered prayers at the Shreenathji Temple in Manama, the oldest temple in the region
Current Affairs:-Head administrator Narendra Modi on Sunday propelled the $4.2 million redevelopment task of the 200-year-old Lord Sri Krishna sanctuary in the Bahraini capital.
Modi, the main Indian Prime Minister to visit the key Gulf country, offered petitions at the Shreenathji Temple in Manama, the most established sanctuary in the locale, and furthermore the prasad’ that he purchased with the RuPay card in the wake of propelling it in the UAE on Saturday.
Head administrator at that point disclosed the plaque, along these lines formally propelling the redevelopment task of the notorious sanctuary.
Much obliged to you Bahrain for the glow and warmth. PM @narendramodi closes his noteworthy encounter with supplications at the 200 years of age Shreenathji Temple in #Manama, the most seasoned sanctuary in the area. The sanctuary mirrors the pluralism of Bahraini society, External Affairs Ministry representative Raveesh Kumar said in a tweet.
The facelift for the Shreenathji (Shree Krishna) sanctuary in Manama will commence not long from now.
The USD 4.2 million redevelopment venture will be on a real estate parcel estimating 16,500 square feet and the new four-story structure covering 45,000 square feet will have a general tallness of 30 meters.
The legacy and the 200-year-old heritage of the sanctuary will be featured in the redevelopment and the new famous complex will house the sanctum sanctorum and supplication lobbies.
There are additionally offices for customary Hindu wedding functions and different ceremonies, advancing Bahrain as a wedding goal and boosting the travel industry.
Modi touched base here on Saturday, the first ever by an Indian Prime Minister to Bahrain.