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The entrance to this temple is crowned with a Rajagopuram adorned with several stucco images depicting legends from the Skanda Puranam. In front of the temple is the temple tank. The eastern tower rises to a height of 40.8 meters. The 108 Bharata Natyam dance gestures can be seen on the eastern tower as well.
Daily Pooja Times:
0500 am: Nadai 0530 am: Palli Arai 0700 am: Milk Abhishekam 1000 am: Vibhuti Abhishekam 1100 am: ...
Today was our last full day in the office at Cognizant - we definitely don't feel like it's been a month since we arrived here in India and I think we can safely say that tomorrow will be emotional! Thankfully Ruha will be joining us in John Lewis in March so we won't be too long without her infectious sense of humour but we'll definitely miss making Vijiy laugh and debating football and cricket with Sriki. The day ...
... were no signs). Hindu holy men were chanting, there were flames in the middle of the shrine and red substance was being sneered on people's heads. A guard soon escorts me out and as I intruded. I pick up a couple of books in the store, as it would be interesting to find out more about Hinduism to explain some of the rituals. There are chalk patterns drawn outside on the floor in front of many buildings. I also walk past the slums ...
... inside a computer whilst someone was playing one of those crazy racing games. As we neared Colombo the traffic built and our driver became even more erratic. In addition, he suddenly started to make little detours from the main road, which meant weaving speedily around very narrow lanes and bumping over pretty sizeable sleeping policemen. The last half an hour was spent with Elaine and I clinging on for dear life and wondering whether these little deviations were all ...
... inside and very busy!
There were families having picnics next to big parties of people blessing tiny
new born babies next to single old men meditating in quiet corners. We even saw
a wedding. The bride looked incredible in her fancy sari and gold bling chains
dripping from her hair line to her nose and then on to her ears! (She obviously
didn’t look half as stunning as the last Indian Bride I saw though…). The
statues and shrines were breathtaking. ...