Temple in the Sea

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Temple in the Sea
Waterloo Temple, Trinidad.jpg
Temple in the Sea is located in Trinidad and Tobago
Temple in the Sea
Location within Trinidad and Tobago
Geography
Coordinates10°28′54.1″N 61°28′31.9″W / 10.481694°N 61.475528°W / 10.481694; -61.475528Coordinates: 10°28′54.1″N 61°28′31.9″W / 10.481694°N 61.475528°W / 10.481694; -61.475528
CountryTrinidad and Tobago
DistrictCouva–Tabaquite–Talparo
LocaleWaterloo
Culture
SanctumShiva Durga
Major festivalsDiwali, Phagwah, Ganesh Chaturthi, Maha Shivaratri, Kartik Poornima, Chhath, Navratri
Architecture
ArchitectureHindu Architecture and Indian architecture
ArchitectSewdass Sadhu
Number of temples3
History
Date established1947
Date built1952
CreatorSewdass Sadhu
Governing bodySanatan Dharma Maha Sabha
Temple in the Sea

The Temple in the Sea is a Hindu pilgrimage site in Waterloo, Trinidad and Tobago. It was built by Sewdass Sadhu, an immigrant who came to Trinidad and Tobago from India. It is similar to the Sagar Shiv Mandir in Mauritius.

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