The Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona was founded in 1987 by a group of visionary community leaders with the goal of keeping the community united. They helped support the Indo-American community’s social, cultural and religious activities in the metro Phoenix area.Construction of the Community Center (located at 2809 West Maryland Avenue in Phoenix) was completed in 1988. More than half an acre out of the total 2.5 acres of land was reserved for building a religious center. By the time the loan for the Community Center was paid off in 1994, the fast growing Indo-American community was drawing larger attendees for the events at the Center and it was becoming clear to us that we needed more space for parking and other facilities.The Foundation’s Board of Directors formed a “Temple Feasibility Committee” in 1999. The committee determined the financial requirements needed to build a temple and located suitable land as well.
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