Posts Tagged With: Temple Doors

Now, that’s Colorful!!

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India is lauded for its diversity!! Diversity that’s evident in pretty much every aspect including the deities communities pray to and the temples constructed in honor of the deities. This is a capture of entrance of a temple at Udaipur. The highly decorated patch with Om, Ganpatiji and auspicious Kalash is just the tip of the iceberg. The temple on a whole was richly decorated and colored and looked striking!!

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What’s on thy door?

There’s more to temples in India than the deity who adorns the walls and grants so much power to temple that culminates into fan following later. So many time we have heard such phrases –  Lord Krishna’s Maha Mandir; Mata ka bhavya Mandir or Shivji’s temple etc etc. The temple gets its identity and popularity from the deity it houses.

Though on our trips usually do not visit temples a lot but if some temple is known for commendable history to boast of as well as incredible architecture to induce awe we can’t keep it off our list 🙂

On our road trip to Spiti, we observed almost all the temples and monasteries had beautiful rather inspiring doors, sharing few glimpses via this post 🙂

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Categories: Sarahan, Kinnaur, Spiti Valley, Tour Spiti, Uncategorized, Untraveled Routes | Tags: , , , , , | 10 Comments

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