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Sikh Temple to be constructed in Livadia to serve Indian community

Cyprus is becoming a preferred location for Indian nationals to study and work and a Sikh Temple is to be constructed in Larnaca district to serve their religious needs and not only.

The community boasts over 12,000 Indians who will also be able to socially meet with one another at the temple to be located at Livadia village where they bought the land for its erection.

The Sikh Temple is registered in Cyprus since 2012 under the name “Gurudwara Sangatsar Sahib ji and temporally is housed in a warehouse, said Paramjit Singh on behalf of the community.

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But now that the land in Livadia has been bought construction for a suitable building will start this year, he added.

 The gatherings in the temple comply with government regulations on Covid-19 and safety measures as per Cyprus law of churches & religions.

The proposed development consists of a ground floor space, first floor and mezzanine and has a capacity of 200 people/visitors at its total area of 1,218 square metres.

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