Sheetal + Guru | Hindu Indian Wedding Photos | Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida | Reception: Harborside Event Center

Sheetal + Guru | Hindu Indian Wedding Photos | Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida

Hindu temple of Fort myers wedding photos

Garba/Sangeet: Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida
Wedding Ceremony and Reception: Harborside Event Center
DJ: Firoz Dudha
Drummer: Dholi Mitul G

Hindu temple of Fort myers wedding picturesHindu temple of Fort myers wedding picturesHindu temple of Fort myers wedding pictures getting readyHarborside Event Center hindu indian weddings best indian weddin photographers in floridabest indian weddin photographers in florida best indian weddin pictures floridabest indian weddin photos floridared indian wedding dress inspiration groom headpiecered indian wedding dress inspiration groomred indian wedding dress inspiration florida first look imagesred indian wedding dress inspiration florida red indian wedding dress inspiration floridabest indian wedding photography studio in floridaindian wedding baraat ideasindian wedding baraat photo ideasindian wedding baraat photo ideasindian wedding bridesmaids dress ideasindian wedding groom dress photosindian wedding photographyindian wedding puja before ceremonyindian wedding groom dress photosindian wedding puja before ceremonyindian wedding puja before ceremonyindian wedding groom outfit photosindian wedding groom outfit photosindian wedding puja before ceremony indian wedding photography candid imagesindian wedding photography candid images photosindian wedding photographers candid indian wedding dress ideas green scianindian wedding photographers candidcandid indian wedding photographer naturalistic candid indian wedding photographer naturalistic candid indian wedding photographer south florida hindu pandits bridesmaides wedding dress ideas pink blueHarborside Event Center hindu indian weddingsHarborside Event Center hindu indian weddingHarborside Event Center hindu indian wedding photosHarborside Event Center hindu indian wedding photographerHarborside Event Center hindu indian wedding photographersHarborside Event Center hindu indian wedding photographyHarborside Event Center hindu indian weddingHarborside Event Center weddingHarborside Event Center wedding venueHarborside Event Center wedding photosHarborside Event Center wedding photographer best fort myers indian photographers best fort myers indian photographer best indian photographers in fort myersbest indian photographer in fort myersbest indian photographers in floridabest indian photographer in floridabest indian photography in floridabest indian photographers in floridabest candid indian photographers in florida best candid indian photographers in floridafort Myers indian weddings decorators fort Myers indian weddingsHarborside Event Center fort Myers weddingsHarborside Event Center fort Myers weddingsHarborside Event Center fort Myers weddingsHarborside Event Center fort Myers weddingsHarborside Event Center fort Myers weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings Harborside Event Center hindu indian weddings hindu temple of southwest florida indian wedding pictures hindu temple of southwest florida indian wedidng photos

Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida

Story of the Hindu Temple of Ft Myers:

In 1990, a group of Hindu people started gathering with prayers organizing small meetings in individual’s homes. They had always dreamed of having their own temple one day. As the community developed, funds were raised for the purchase of land. Land was finally purchased in 2004 and the group gathered on the land to pray in an outdoor Temple.

In 2008, enough funds were raised to begin construction of large Hindu temple. The ground breaking ceremony took place in January 2008, an unusually chilly day for southern Florida.

It was decided to install 3 deities : Shiva Parivar, Ganesh and Sri Krishna. Expert Shilpis in India worked on each section of the granite mandaps designed by Padmashree Muthia Stapathi for the deities. The mandaps were then assembled on site. After a 3 year wait the 8,500 sq ft Temple building was finally completed and Pranapratishta / Kumbhaabhishekam took place on 11 June 2011.