Thursday, February 22, 2007

Making of a Shiva Temple in a remote village in North India...



The Shiva Temple I was involved in making in one of the most remote villages in India in state of Bihar. Its based on the temple architectural style of south india and from Madurai's famous temple architecture heritage this came about. this was in the making for an year by artisans from Madurai and we brought in the priests of Kumbakkonam (Thanjavur) to consecrate it. I was there for the same for some time and hence could not be online for some time ... and then I left for the sacred bath in one of the most prominent fairs in the world which comes after 6 years called Ardha Kumbha... and in those holy waters of the confluence of Ganges, Yamuna and Sarawati, I felt the achievement of life time.... I will write about the whole experience in detail following this ... Please read this blog occasionally if you would like to know more about it...


Om Namah Shivaya
Virtual

4 Comments:

Blogger Vami said...

happy to see you blogging again. please write the rest of the experiences! i am reading them.

9:25 AM  
Blogger nandi said...

It is indeed a beautiful temple _nandi

6:28 AM  
Blogger Shashi said...

Thanks Vami and Nandi

I will try to complete this journey as now I do find that some people are interested in this blog.

:-)

Om Namah Shivaya
Virtual

11:44 AM  
Blogger Luz MarĂ­a said...

Hi Virtual!
A deep work you have been doing, and it's impressive to see such fruits.
Congratulations and blessings, I also would like to read more about the experience.
Warm Hugs from Chile.
Luz Maria

8:28 AM  

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