The largest religious populations in Ghana are represented by the Christian and Muslim faiths. But the fastest growing population in the country is the Hindu population, which is changing from both an increase in immigrants and a wave of newly converted Ghanians.
Story reported and produced by Sravya Tadepalli.
The temple features a large room filled with various religious icons, with a rug dividing areas for men and women to stand. (Alec Cowan/Crossings)
Traditional iconography adorns all areas of the temple. (Alec Cowan/Crossings)
During worship times, attendees ring these bells in time with other drums and chants. (Alec Cowan/Crossings)
The temple accepts people of many faiths. Pictured here is a renown guru next to figures of Jesus and Mary, traditional Christian symbols. (Alec Cowan/Crossings)
Above the main temple room is another area designed for rituals. It overlooks the Accra skyline. (Alec Cowan/Crossings)