Nadi Temple
Fiji Islands

Nadi Temple Fiji Islands
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Indian craftsmanship





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Located just outside Nadi Town is the impressive Sri Siva Subrahmanya Swami Temple (daily 6am-7pm; tourists are charged F$3.50 to enter and take photographs).

In 1994 this Hindu temple moved from beside the flood-prone Nadi River to the southern end of town where an evocative three-tower complex was finely created over a ten-year period by eight specialist craftsmen brought from India.

The Dravidian temple is dedicated to the deity Murugan whose statue, specially carved in India, is housed within the twelve-metre-high main pyramidal vimanam with a rectangular roof. The two towers at the rear of the temple with colourful domed shaped roofs are dedicated to Ganesh and Shiva.