JSOU Inc to Build First Digamber Jain Temple in New Jersey

News & Pics: Shekar Ajekar

Daijiworld Media Network – New Jersey (RD/VA)

New Jersey, Sep 16: Jain Samaj of USA Inc (JSOU Inc) has achieved a significant milestone with the blessings and the presence of Sri Charukeerti Bhattaraka Swamiji of Jain Mutt, Moodbidri in the southern state of Karnataka, India at Swaminarayan Temple, Secaucus, New Jersey (NJ) to sign the contract to build the first Digamber Jain Temple out of India in NJ recently.

Swamiji Bhattaraka offered his blessings to the entire community members for the success of temple construction.  He also solemnized the oath taking ceremony of all board members of trustees and executive committee to commit for the completion of the temple project as per schedule.

The works on temple project will begin by mid of October at a cost of US $ 2,750,000 and will be completed by April 2012.

JSOU Inc president Kumarpal A Shah outlined the temple project and vows for unity, dedication and co-operations to make the project very unique.

Secretary Rajendra Shah, trustee Nitinbhai R Shah, joint treasurer Dilipbhai K Shah, vice- president Vijay R Shah, trustees Kirtibhai V Shah and Dineshbhai N Shah and others were present on the occasion.

For more details one can contact:

Jain Samaj of USA Inc (JSOU Inc)
9017, First Avenue
North Bergen
NJ 07047

Mobile: 001-201-304-8334


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