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November 20, 1999 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 40 local Hindus clapped, rang bells and chanted in unison on a recent Sunday morning in a private home while sitting cross-legged around a latticed shrine covered with roses, golden figures of Hindu deities and lit candles. More than 15 families gathered together in this Huntington Beach home--as they have every other week for the last 15 years--to study Hinduism together and then share a meal.
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November 20, 1999 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 40 local Hindus clapped, rang bells and chanted in unison on a recent Sunday morning in a private home while sitting cross-legged around a latticed shrine covered with roses, golden figures of Hindu deities and lit candles. More than 15 families gathered together in this Huntington Beach home--as they have every other week for the last 15 years--to study Hinduism together and then share a meal.
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December 13, 1992 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a recent weekday morning, with the sun spilling in through an open door, members of the Hare Krishna temple talked of the optimism that has reclaimed their worship center. It's been almost a year since an appeals court set aside a judgment that could have forced the closure of five Krishna temples, including the pink building rimmed with rose bushes that dominates the corner of Glenneyre and Legion streets here.
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December 13, 1992 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a recent weekday morning, with the sun spilling in through an open door, members of the Hare Krishna temple talked of the optimism that has reclaimed their worship center. It's been almost a year since an appeals court set aside a judgment that could have forced the closure of five Krishna temples, including the pink building rimmed with rose bushes that dominates the corner of Glenneyre and Legion streets here.
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October 16, 2013 | By Adolfo Flores
A jilted boyfriend turned into an obsessed killer when his girlfriend told him her parents wanted them to break up because he was Muslim and they were Hindus, an Orange County prosecutor told jurors in opening statements in a notorious 2007 double homicide. "He wanted to possess this woman," Deputy Dist. Atty. Howard Gundy told jurors. Iftekhar Murtaza, 29, of Van Nuys is accused of killing his former girlfriend's father and sister and burning their gasoline-doused bodies, which were found smoldering in a secluded area near UC Irvine.
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