We visited the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir. ‘Mandir’ means ‘temple.’
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The temple you visited looks to be a nice one and the elephant statues are great. Hope all is well.
Gorgeous photo, I love the water……wish I could jump right in (still boiling here).
This is such a beautiful photograph. I love the way the light plays on the water.
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I’m scrolling down to read several of your entries here.Lovin’ what I’m seein’.
Forgot to ask–is this Temple, the one in Lilburn area, that I am going to go see soon? I asked a pal, Franklin, to accompany me. My friend Vim(from India) may go, and a writer-friend, Estelle, mentioned wanting to go, too.
I’ve been planning the trip for several weeks now.
Looks GORGEOUS in this photo!