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... complex religion. The top floor included numerous statues of Vishnu, his consorts and reincarnations, another floor contained dancing Sivas on top of nasty demons, and a third floor of various status of Siva with his wife Pravati and their two sons Ganesh and Kartikeya and various devotees such as Hanuman (John's favourite because he is a monkey). It succeeded in giving us a little more insight. There was also a natural history exhibition, coin display, Indian ...
... than the 48 hours we gave it. It has a nice waterfront to stroll and lots of temples. We stayed at a old budget guesthouse in Triplicane called Broad Lands. An eccentric maze of concrete and wood that seemed to be 2 or 3 adjoining buildings with several inner courtyards. Our room was dark and musty with old peeling walls - but it had 2 serious ceiling fans and its own bathroom. No hot water but hot enough outside that it ...
Worst travel night. So ill Walked through slum and fish market in chennai Basilica- st Thomas- one of only 3 churches built over burial ground of a disciple Drove to mumulaburam So ill we stayed in. Got henna done on my leg Bit of shopping Dinner on the roof- soup Bed- so cold although it was 23 ...
... the streets to get there, some coming from 4km away.
Over 200 boys were attending that day and all were very excited. We soon found out that the area behind the pitch was where the local men go for their morning ablutions. Some were very proud to have a toothbrush tucked in to their lungi and we were pleased to see a few
had shovels! A centre line was marked but there were no side line markings so there were ...
... and big. Shops were just opening up for the day. We walked along
looking at the sculptures displayed and as always I was eyeing all the Buddha sculptures in various sizes. We
stopped at a shop (Kamachi Amman Sculptures) where a cheerful
shopkeeper (Mr. Sampath) was sitting with a welcome smile. His small
shop, filled with ...