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The rock-hewn temples of southern india overlook the shimmering Bay of Bengal hidden artisan shops craft Venus string instruments there’s. So much here to see that.

I would. I could stay for a very long time but see things every day. I just think if, it’s someplace.

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I’ve never seen. I want to see us. I want to see what it looks like and I want to see. How do people live from thousand-year-old Chola temples surrounded by devout worshippers to local markets were ginger, and tamarind spices are sold what discoveries await you in search of the soul of India passing through the granite go piron’s or gates reveals the UNESCO World Heritage Site of brief against para India’s largest temple you can’t imagine. How they could build us today let alone hundreds, and hundreds of years ago beautiful carving great detail just amazing this sacred bull statue is the temple gate keeper known as Nandi cut from a single rock Nandi measures feet long, and feet high, it’s something that you take in a little by little bit you have to think about it.

I think. This is the feminine goddess form of wild boar, and it is believed to be the most powerful, and family date we also enjoy getting to know the leader of the group Sudha whereto gives me a free passport to show my own country that way. I’m very happy he has a deep love of his region in his country, and it comes through in everything that he says you characteristic of southern India these chola dynasty bronze statues depict shiva dancing in an Oriole of flames balancing over a demon who symbolizes ignorance fascinating.

Because its historic themes that are approached in a different way please come inside look at the carving here. This is a work done by this family. This is the first piece, and they carve out like this.

This is the jackfruit tree, and the next two pieces you can see here this one is on the piece and This is the third piece you can see here complete carving, and either special wood walk. This is a traditional walk he said the neck, and faceplate of a veena a traditional Tamil Nadu instrument are made of teak wood the instruments bridges can be made from deer horn for ebony there are three things yeah one is the school up to one with great first, and then we have the main of bridge, and then we have the old-age home, it’s fun going to the schools, and meeting children, and seeing. How teaching is different around the world but. How very much it is the same along with other orphanages throughout India the Venkateshwara orphanage provides a home in schooling to some of India’s astounding twenty five point seven million children without coins. This is not an orphanage like.

I’ve ever seen, it’s an orphanage where the old look after the young is there able at an orphanage for the young look after each other, it’s an orphanage for children about families make the family of each other very happy that someone is taking care of these children, and it’s all your support, and with all your motivation you can see from the teachers eyes the this gets transformed into their young kid size, and it’s. Because you come here they get motivated, it’s not anything else. I enjoy seeing kids being taken care of they could be abandoned in the streets, and they’re not, it’s heartwarming they are generous warm-hearted, and in every way with dignity welcomed us, it’s only as.

I step out of my routine, and out of my regular life that. I’m challenged to imagine other lives, and it helps me to understand my world better, and to feel more empathy for the rest the world on a journey through a land of spirit, and spice southern India is a feast for all the senses you.

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