Hi Ladies, Dont get surprised to see so many temples in Gaborone, Botswana. I really miss them here in Dubai. Temples- i mean proper temple with gopuram, temple architecture, God's statues, we can do avishegam, archanai, celebrating of all hindu religious festivals and functions like in India. We have the following temples in Botswana: - 1) Hindu Hall - Temple with all marble statues - Lord Ram, sita, lakshman, Lord Krishna and radha, Lord Hanuman, Lord Ganesha, saraswathi, lakshmi, Durga mata,......and seperate sanctum for stone statues of Ganesha when you enter the temple then Navgraha- seperate area, then another place for lingam, hanuman. The call it hall but its a temple. This hall also is used for poojas like villaku pooja and other north indian and south indian prayers, poojas, etc. Catering area for prasadam, lunch during prayers etc and also bathroom, toilets. The priest house inside the temple compound. 2) Sai temple - There are many many sai devotees here in Gaborone. Most of them are telugu people. They conduct weekly bajans, balavikas, celebrating of imprtant days - Ishwaramba day, sai baba birthday,.... 3) Suryanarayana Temple - The temple architecture is very beautiful. There are some restrictions in this temple for ladies, so i didnt have a chance to go when i was there. It is satyanarayana/suryanarayana temple, mainly i have seen gujaratis in this temple.I cant write more here as i have not gone inside myself. 4) Balaji temple - This is newly built and they did Kumbavishegam. But i saw it when the construction was going on. So, please ladies in Botswana, correct me if i am wrong and please tell us about the new Balaji temple.