Live streaming services to Hindu congregation during COVID-19
Internet service providers were unwilling to install internet connectivity to such a remote, mountainous location. The problem became critical when COVID-19 made it impossible for the temple’s devotees to attend services in person.
The Malibu Hindu Temple is now able to live stream worship services, classes, and festivals. In addition, devotees can now support the temple online, which helps make up for the contributions it has lost since the pandemic forced the end of live services.
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About Malibu Hindu Temple
Built in 1981, Malibu Hindu Temple is one of the largest temples in the Western hemisphere. Its congregation includes 6,000 followers of Hinduism in Southern California, and it has distinctive architecture that draws visitors, tourists, and filmmakers.
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