Project: Shree Sanatan Hindu Temple, London 

The temple was first opened in the 2010 after taking 14 years to build, and is made entirely of imported Indian limestone. 

Many of the temple’s component pieces were hand carved in the town of Sola, India – before being flown to London and assembled. There were 41 marble statues made in India. The interior is elaborately decorated with carvings on the pillars and walls, as well as the numerous shrines with painted figures of Hindu deities. The highest point stands at 66ft tall. 

Barwin were appointed to carry out a full conservation clean on the exterior of the temple. 

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