Thursday June 22, 2017 08:04 AM EST

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The Austin Gurdwara Sahib completed construction in April 2010 only to have a court order its distruction in July 2010. The 4,400-square-foot stucco building is nestled on a wooded lot in a Bee Cave, Texas, a suburb of Austin.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The Austin Gurdwara Sahib opening ceremony on April 18, 2010.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The sangat prepares the Nishaan Sahib.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The sangat installs the Nishaan Sahib.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

Austin Gurdwara Sahib has a new Nishaan Sahib.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The Austin Gurdwara Sahib sangat does Ardaas during the opening ceremony of the gurdwaaraa on April 18, 2010.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

The darbaar hall inside the new gurdwaaraa.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

Harnek Singh Bains, left, is president of the Austin Gurdwara Sahib.

Austin Gurdwara Asks Texas Supreme Court to Stop Its Destruction

Langar is served outside the gurdwaaraa, under canopies.

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