Hindu Temple of Kentucky

Source: The Courier-Journal

On June 19, 1999, The Courier-Journal reported that the
final day, June 20th, of the dedication ceremonies at the new Hindu
Temple of Kentucky will be a ceremony to “energize” the deities.


Hindu Temple of Kentucky

Source: The Courier-Journal

On June 16, 1999, The Courier-Journal reported that there
will be five days of ceremonies and celebrations from June 16-20 to
dedicate the new Hindu Temple of Kentucky in eastern Jefferson
County. The new building, which took 12 years and $1.2 million to
construct, consists of 6 large and 7 small interior temples. The
first Hindu Temple of Kentucky, which opened in 1989, is adjacent to
the new complex and will be used for social gatherings. About 80
percent of the 400 Indian families who live in the Louisville area
are Hindu, and approximately 100 of those families belong to the
Hindu Temple of Kentucky.