Happy to see one of my oldest posts shared by Sally Cronin. The post was written so long ago that I had forgotten about it. Seeing it now brings back memories of when my journey on WordPress began. I might not have written the way I have today. I may want to edit parts but this is history and I’d rather leave it unchanged.
This is the first post from the archives of Smitha Vishwanath who shares poetry, wonderful travel posts and life experiences on her blog. This week I have selected a travel post from 2016 to share with you and the wonderful Kerala Temples.
Kerala Temples (2016) by Smith Vishwanath
Kerala temples are different from the temples anywhere else in the South or North of India. They do not necessarily have exquisitely carved walls like the temples in Chennai or Mangalore nor are they colorful like the little roadside temples in Bangalore.
The temples are built in black stone, may be painted or not, with a spacious courtyard around it and a pond where one can take a dip. There may or may not be an elephant depending on the wealth,size of the temple and it’s stature. Every village has a temple.
Even a village temple like the one close to home…
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