An Indian priest decorated Hindu idols of gods and goddesses with toffee and chocolates at Kadambaranya Ashram temple in Bangalore on Monday.
A priest decorates Hindu idols of gods and godesses with toffee and chocolate. Pic/AFP
The dieties are decorated with sweets on the occasion of its founder Krishnaalwar Swamigal's birthday every year.
An Indian priest performs an 'aarati' blessing to Hindu idols of gods and godesses at Kadambaranya Ashram temple in Bangalore. Pic/AFP
The temple was founded 26 years back by Swami Krishnaalwar Swamigal. Every year, his birthday is celebrated by his devotees on the occasion of Guru Jayanthi.
Around 120 packets of chocolate were donated to the temple by devotees. Each packet weighed around 1 kg and these chocolates were used for decorating the sanctum sanctorum and the main deity, Pratyangira Devi.
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