More and more Indians want to have
homes in religious centres. Whether it is the peace of Vrindavan, the serenity
of Haridwar or the tranquillity of Shirdi—devotees want to be very close
to their place of worship. But while developers seem gung-ho about buyer
activity in these places, experts are of the view that religious hubs have been
impacted by the slowdown. So is it really as good a time to buy in these
Here’s why property around ISKCON temples always goes up… and some investment advice for those wealthy enough to afford it.