Hindu Madrid

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  • Hindus in Madrid
  • Hindu culture in Madrid
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  • Indian food

Although Hinduism isn’t a widespread religion in Spain, the Hindu community has existed in the country for more than a century. There are almost a thousand million Hindus around the world, that is, a sixth of the global population, some of them residing in Madrid.

In June 2013, a group of people interested in Hindu traditions planned their 1st Madrid meeting in the Jhulelal temple, on Calle Federico Moreno Torroba, in Retiro. This god is worshipped by the people from the region of Sindh, in the Indus Valley, in present-day Pakistan. The temple is open to the public.


Although Hinduism isn’t a widespread religion in Spain, the Hindu community has existed in the country for more than a century. There are almost a thousand million Hindus around the world, that is, a sixth of the global population, some of them residing in Madrid.

In June 2013, a group of people interested in Hindu traditions planned their 1st Madrid meeting in the Jhulelal temple, on Calle Federico Moreno Torroba, in Retiro. This god is worshipped by the people from the region of Sindh, in the Indus Valley, in present-day Pakistan. The temple is open to the public

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