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Temple’s inaction allows ‘worship of money’ impression to grow

No one can accuse the trustees of the Hindu Temple of Las Vegas — at least those who are not in prison, or ex-cons, or under federal investigation — of being overly concerned about the questionable image they’re creating for the Summerlin temple.

As reported here on May 7, Dipak Desai, a convicted murderer and former physician who caused one of the greatest public health crises in the history of the United States, continues to work as a temple trustee from his prison cell, helping govern a temple with a mission of promoting religious, moral and spiritual growth for children, adults and seniors.


And former Las Vegas businessman Anil Gupta, who spent 30 months in federal prison after a 2002 conviction for a financial scheme involving the sale of worthless railroad bonds, also has an important say as a trustee in how the temple promotes moral strength in Las Vegas.  Click here for the complete story…


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