A several hundred years ago, a Japanese monk, Maha Bodhisattva Nichiren, had made a prophecy that humanity's only hope lies in India. Following that, in 1931, Japanese monk, Nichidatsu Fuji arrived to fulfill that divination and built a small temple in Worli Naka. Located on a crowded road, which witnesses traffic and honking sounds throughout the day, the temple is small yet spacious. The paintings on the wall depict scenes from Buddha’s life, and the marble statue of Buddha, with beautiful lamps lit all around it, brings an immediate sense of peace. Today, the temple is looked after by Bhikshu Morita, the resident monk who took to the streets in a peaceful manner even when the city witnessed its most violent riots in 1992-93.
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