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Pictures from the grand openind ceremony on sunday

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The view of San Jose from the Gurdwara

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FROM THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER (SJ MERCURY NEWS)

http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews...cal/9534135.htm

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Bay Area Sikhs enjoy the grand opening of the new San Jose Sikh temple on Sunday. The new temple, or gurdwara, officially opened its doors after 15 years of planning. Once all phases are complete, it will be the largest temple of its kind in the United States. PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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Thousands of worshipers came to inaugurate the $10 million temple on Murillo Avenue in the Evergreen district of San Jose. They joined a huge parade which brought the Holy Book from the old Quimby Road temple up the street to the new temple. PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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Sukhdev Singh Bainiwal (center), carries the Sikh Holy Book above his head to its new home at the new San Jose Sikh temple on Murillo Ave. PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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A woman prays at the new San Jose gurdwara, or Sikh "house of God." PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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Worshipers use the worship hall in the early morning hours during opening day of the new Sikh temple in San Jose. PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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A student at the Khalsa School sings the Sikh anthem with her classmates. The Khalsa School teaches children the Sikh culture and is a part of the temple services.

PHOTO BY GARY REYES / MERCURY NEWS

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