Not a Hindu Temple. A Jewish Temple.
Well, the Temple Institute in Jerusalem started production of 120 sets of linen garments for Lay Priests and the specially prepared flaxen thread, wound into six-ply strands, according to the Torah-prescribed requirement, is being imported from India.
The individual spools of thread then are spun into larger 1.7 meter long spindles in order to accommodate the next step: the weaving of bolts of fabric 1.7 meters wide. The prepared spindles are then transported from the textile factory in the town of Gedera to a second factory in the city of Tel Aviv. There they will be woven into kilometer (3,280 foot) long bolts.
The first orders have already been received.
Seems India is graduating - from the 2004 controversy over strands of hair now to Temple threads.