The first thing that will strike you at this Hindu temple is the conspicuous presence of a joss stick urn at the main entrance and Buddhist devotees praying there. The reason being that it is located next to the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Buddhist temple and many of the devotees there also pray at this temple so much so that an alter dedicated to Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy was erected in the temple grounds to accommodate the Buddhist devotees. Even the Indian devotees have learnt a few words of Mandarin to communicate with their Chinese friends. Only in Singapore will you see such racial and religious harmony.
Hindu Chris Nan Hindu Temple is also a protective building in Singapore. The portraits on the temple gate are colorful and vivid. It's nice to take pictures, but I went to play by myself without the guide's explanation. I don't know who the statues are and what stories they have.
Sri Krishnan, a large incense burner with gold lacquer in the middle of the door of the Indian temple, is a place where Hindu prayers are never incensed, whereas the Chinese here light incense candles, gather their hands together, worship and worship the Indian temple in front of it....
There is a statue of Monkey God in the Hindu Temple of Kris Nan. It is said that this is the origin of Monkey King.
Chris Nan Hindu Temple is a small temple. It belongs to a Hindu temple. What distinguishes it from other temples is that you can see the colorful God statues here. There is also a Guanyin Hall beside it. The two kinds of temples are integrated and have a beautiful scenery.
Very traditional Hindu colours. Coloured sculptures on walls and roofs are particularly beautiful and colourful.
Chris Nan Hindu Temple is a Hindu temple, which has a history of 100 years. This is the belief center of Hindu in Singapore.
Next to this Indian temple is the Guanyin Temple in China. It has many beautiful colors and two different beliefs.