Hinduism in Ireland

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The spread of Hinduism in Ireland is increasing. The 2011 Irish Census reports 10,688 Hindus resident in Ireland, Three times the number in 2000 (when 3,099 Hindus were recorded).[1]

The following is a list of known Hindu temples in Ireland, alphabetically listed by county:

Belfast
  • Hindu Mandir, Clifton Street, Carlisle Circus, Belfast
  • Sri Sri Radha Madhava Belfast Temple (ISKCON), 140 Upper Dunmurry Lane, Brooklands Grange, Belfast BT17 OHE[2]
Donegal
  • Hindu Temple and Indian Community Centre, Unit 14, Bonagee Business Park, Bonagee, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal[3]
Dublin
  • Hare Krishna Cultural Centre (ISKCON), 83 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
  • Vinayaka Temple, 22, Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4[4]
  • Sarv Sampradaya Hindu Temple Ireland,HCCI, Rossecourt, Balgaddy Road, (Beside Rossecourt Resource Centre), Pink Building, Lucan, Co. Dublin,[5]
Fermanagh
  • Sri Sri Radha Govinda Govindadwipa Temple Inisrath Island (ISKCON), Lake Island of Inis Rath, Lisnaskea, BT92 2GN[6]
Meath
  • B.A.P.S. Swaminarayan Sanstha, 26, Glen Abhainn Lawns, Enfield. County Meath. Ireland Tel.: 0035386 3693447[7]

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