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5/25/21

Out of the donation received by Vishwa Umiya Foundation for the construction of the temple, Rs. Used for 11 million corona patients


Jan Seva Edge Prabhu Seva: Out of the donation received by Vishwa Umiya Foundation for the construction of the temple, Rs. Used for 11 million corona patients





The construction of the temple will be delayed by one year, but the service of the people is required at the right time
More than 500 people were treated for corona at the institute's hospital



The Vishwa Umiya Foundation, the largest organization of the Patidar community, had collected crores of donations from philanthropists to make it a world famous temple. The Corona epidemic broke out just before temple construction began. Due to which the construction of the temple was delayed and out of the donations collected, approximately Rs. Out of the amount of Rs. 11 crore, the organization has started the service work in the time of Kovid with the slogan of Jan Seva Ej Prabhu Seva. RP Patel, chairman of the organization, says that worshiping God in the temple, as well as serving the people in the current difficult times, is a big and important service.

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The hospital set up an oxygen bank, provided a concentrator and
distributed ration kits to the needy in a lockdown last year from the World Umiya Foundation. In the second wave, a 120-bed hospital has been set up at DK Patel Hall in Naranpura area of ​​Ahmedabad in April. In which patients were treated for free covid in which more than 500 patients have been treated. At the same time when the demand for oxygen was very high, he arranged oxygen cylinders, provided oxygen cylinders for the patients through the oxygen bank, which benefited 1 thousand people. Not only that but 1 thousand oxygen concentrators have been provided in Gujarat by the leaders of the organization living in USA which were delivered to 15 districts of the state.

Khadpag was present at the hospital

The construction of the temple will be delayed for a year, but the
world's tallest temple of Umiya Mataji, the family goddess of the Kadva Patidar community, is to be completed at Jaspur in Ahmedabad with the readiness to serve the people . For this, the foundation stone laying ceremony of the temple was held in the month of February last year.


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But then the Corona epidemic stopped the world, and the lockdown came. Which has affected the construction work of the temple. The officials of the organization are aiming to complete this ambitious project within 5 to 6 years of the commencement of construction of the temple. However, given the current situation, the construction of the temple will take time to complete.



Volunteers working in the service under Oxygen Bank Service

Impact of the Corona and Lockdown on the
temple's fundraising Prior to the laying of the foundation stone of the temple, not only the state but also the leaders and people of the Patidar community in the country and abroad announced a large donation. The entire temple project cost Rs. 1000 crore, though the current situation has had an impact on donation consolidation. So far, Rs. 500 crore donations have been announced. 


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Out of which Rs. 150 crore has been collected. According to the founders of the foundation, if Covid had not been in a critical condition, he would have lost Rs. More than Rs 200 crore would have been raised and new donations would have been announced.

Were distributed by worshiping the concentrator





What is the specialty of the temple?

This project is not going to be limited to just the temple. Other dimensions have also been added to the temple complex to be built in an area of ​​100 bighas. These include Skill University, Sport Complex, NRI Bhavan, Kumar-Kanya, Working Woman Hostel, Training Center for Competitive Examination, Social Organization Bhavan and most importantly the hospital. The goal of the foundation is to become a world-class temple complex and be considered in the field of tourism.

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