United Arab Emirates Hindu Temple Ships Oxygen Assistance to India in Crisis

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AP) —The world, including the Hindu Temple in the United Arab Emirates, as the Indian government fights for oxygen and other emergency assistance to control the outbreak of the raging coronavirus. The donor inside came to the rescue.

On Monday, volunteers from the country’s Hindu community gathered here at the port of Jebel Ali at the northern end of Dubai to ship hundreds of cylinders of liquid oxygen and huge containers of compressed oxygen, where the ship was at stake. Head to India. The organizer, the Indian owner of the helium plant in Dubai, shifted production to oxygen when the recent surge in virus cases hit India.

As requests for assistance to his hometown increased, the factory commissioned BAPS Shri Swaminarayanmandir, a major Hindu temple based in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. COVID-19 patients are choking in the Indian capital, New Delhi, and other cities due to shortages.

Hindu spiritual leaders in saffron robes celebrated before sending oxygen, bathed in rose petals at the time of shipment, and marked the cylinders with traditional orange dye.

The economy of the United Arab Emirates is supported by millions of foreign workers from Southeast Asia. Indians make up nearly 30% of the population.