What is a Hindu temple?
A temple is a sacred place and is built of pure and holy stone.
The worship of deities is a central part of Hinduism.
Its worship is celebrated in temples throughout the country and across the world.
According to official data, the number of people living in India has increased from around 6.6 billion in 2010 to over 8.2 billion in 2020.
While the number is higher in India than the US, China and Australia, India’s population is also more than twice the size of the US.
The number of Hindus is increasing rapidly.
As per census data from 2011-12, India had a population of 7.6 crore people.
This is a very high number.
But the number in 2020 was around 7.2 crore.
While that is a substantial increase, it is not enough for a temple to be polluted.
It has to be built of a pure and pure stone.
If a temple is built with materials from a country that is not part of the world, it may cause a serious health problem for the community.
In this case, the pollution is caused by soil that is contaminated by the people who live there.
A lot of temples in India are built of concrete and wood.
It is not a good thing to build a temple with such materials.
The pollution is also caused by the dust that is left by the construction.
According the data, in the last five years, nearly 2,500 temples in the country have been contaminated.
A lot of these temples have no functioning toilets.
The construction of the temples causes an increase in the pollution.
The toilets in the temples also contribute to the pollution of the environment.
The data shows that the number who died due to pollution of sacred places in India was 6,906.
This number was higher than the total number of deaths due to the World Health Organisation (WHO) as of 31 December 2016.
In order to avoid the problems caused by pollution of temples, the government is implementing the Clean India campaign in different parts of the country.
The campaign aims to ensure that no sacred place in India is polluted.
The government has taken steps to provide facilities and equipment to clean up the pollution caused by temple construction.
The government has also started building temples in several countries, including Indonesia, Thailand, India and China.
These temples are to be inaugurated in the coming months and will be able to hold thousands of people.
The temple is also expected to be used for the public and religious rituals, which are expected to occur regularly throughout the year.