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Temple Overload! Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is the crown jewel of the GIGANTIC, and I mean HUGE, Angkor temple complex, which at its peak was occupied by 1.4 million people. 428 more words


Angkor Wat Sunrise, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Experiencing the sunrise on Angkor Wat seemed like a magical one. I wasn’t able to think about it much while we’re there but having the sun shone on the temples is like repeating a part of history itself every single day. 945 more words


Field Report: Old buildings and new blossoms in Fukuoka, Japan (28 March 2015)

It might come as a surprise to many of us – as it certainly did to me – that the very first Zen temple founded in Japan isn’t located somewhere in the ancient imperial streets of Kyōto or the time-hallowed precincts of Nara, but right in the bustling downtown of Fukuoka. 488 more words


“Ginibola Karakavima : Fire dancers”

Fire Dancers at the historic temple procession “Duruthu Perahera” a Cultural & Religious Parade held on the full moon poya day in the month of January at the Kelaniya temple.


Writing the Right Of Rites.

We Indians Give A Lot Of Important To Rituals …Visiting Temples On A Particular Day….Fasting  , now this is rather too generalized, harsh statement.

About visiting temples… well Indians who are Christians, Muslims, Jains, Buddhists, Jews and atheists do not go temples. 592 more words


Tips on what to do when having vistors

our last guests where actually our son and his lovely girlfriend and ever since, well, especially the last two days I have been homesick..I want to see our kids and their loved ones, I want to see how my mother is doing and I want to see our friends….so to put a smile on my face I decided to show you a medley from their visit…we did so many things in such short time and I enjoyed every minute of having them here…now I just can’t wait to see my whole family together… 27 more words


Las Vegas, Nevada Temple

Las Vegas, Nevada Temple:

43rd operating temple 873 more words