Dubai is known for countless reasons, for instance, it is known to offer the best food, sightseeing experiences and metropolitan atmosphere. However, the crowning jewel of Dubai is its awe-striking religious buildings that make anyone who passes by to stop in their tracks and appreciate the spectacle before them. It is indeed an absolute privilege to get a residence near these architectural sites, so you could wake up to a human miracle created in the name of god just across your window and reinforce your faith in human courage and help of God in realizing the things that seemed impossible to achieve. Getting villa for sale in Dubaiclose to the religious sites mentioned below is not only soul-refreshing but is also a profitable investment in terms of real estate.
Shiva and Krishna Mandir
In the year 1958, Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed al Maktoum gave permission for a temple to be built and even in modern-day the United Arab Emirates, it still stands proudly as an only Hindu temple. Initially, the temple was built on the top floor of a shopping centre known as Bur Dubai Old Souk, but as the time progressed the temple took over all the floors of the entire shopping center.
As the name suggests, the grand mosque is known for its grandeur in the world for inhabiting over 50 domes. Other than religious sermons and other sacred practices, the grand mosque is also a hub for cultural life in Dubai for the Muslim community.
Ali Ibn Abi Talib Mosque
This breathtaking mosque has architectural roots in Iran. Built 1979, it still bewitches anyone who steps inside, due to its exuberant colourful interiors.
Guru Nanak Darbar
Constructed as late as 2012, Guru Nanak Darbar is a Sikh temple that hosts over 50,000 Sikh residents currently in Dubai. It constitutes a mixture of ancient and contemporary architecture and is built on the prototype of India’s Golden Temple. This Temple is also an emblem of harmony as it greets people belonging to different traditional backgrounds.
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church
Sheikh Rashid himself laid the foundation of this church, however, the catholic population in Dubai quickly outgrew the church and there was eventually a requirement of a bigger church. Therefore Saint Mary’s Catholic Church was brought into existence.
A very famous project by Sheikh Mohammed, “Open Doors, Open minds’ ‘, has been realized in Jumeirah Mosque which opens itself to individuals belonging to any faith. Adorned with white stone exterior, this mosque looks extremely pristine.
Derasar Jain Temple
With a growing Jain population in Dubai, this temple was built to commemorate Jain deities. For the Jain population in Dubai, this temple holds a very high place, as it is the only place where they could go and express their gratitude to their gods. It is known to everyone that not all people give religion equal importance that is why, it is utterly impractical to assume that everyone would readily buy villas or homes near these religious sites, knowing this, the landowners have started greeting people irrespective to their affinity for religion, therefore, you can always get villa for rent in Dubai, in the close neighbourhood.