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Temple Worship

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Learning about Temples

The temple as a place of worship is important for all Saivites. It is a place full of symbolic elements that makes visible the concealed world of the gods. Frequent visits to a temple is a must for all Saivite. Below we describe a visit to temples organized by Malaysia Saiva Council recently.

Here Dr.K.Loganathan is pointing out to the 'Nalvar' the great four saints and explain briefly why they are installed in the Shivan Temple of Penang, Malaysia.
This photograph shows all the members of the group that visited the temples. They were strongly advised to wear the traditional dress. In addition to more than 100 children their parents were also invited to come along.


This photo shows a group of young ladies with the religious class teacher Suba. Please note the dress these young women wear which are saree and 'pavadai' with 'thavani'. They were thrilled to wear them because they looked very graceful.

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