Hinduism is usually very poorly understood. In Little India, you can see large and small temples, and the Sri Lankan Temple is one of them. This temple is not big. But like other Hindu temples, they are very gorgeous and worth visiting
The exotic Hindu temple has a history of more than two hundred years and is small in scale, with colorful statues on the outer walls. I saw the flowers enshrined by the believers in front of the Buddha statues. You need slippers to enter the temple. You can't wear it too casually. There is a large golden tripod outside the door with continuous incense. The worshippers are very religious. Just walk by and take a look.
This is a very old and beautiful temple in Singapore. The temple is very well preserved, and the atmosphere has a very sacred feeling. The priest solemnly held the service, and the tourists came in to visit, and they all spoke lightly and quietly visited. No one is making noise. There are many Indians living in Singapore. This small Hindu temple is located next to the Chinese Guanyin Temple, but the colors are much richer. The idols of various shapes are very colorful. Just looked at the door, but did not go in.
I came out of the Queen’s Hotel and walked along the four roads. It was originally Bugis looking for delicious food, but I ran into the Indian Temple, which I rarely see, and the Guanyintang next to it. At first I felt incredible. Many Indian-looking people came at the door. Pray in this temple! After that, I stayed for a few days to slowly experience the multiculturalism here! Po County did a great job!
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.
It is said that Krishnan may have many friends who will feel "unfamiliar", but if you mention the incarnation of the god who likes to play the flute in an Indian movie "Oudi", I think there will be more friends who treat him. Feeling cordial. In fact, Krishnan has not only appeared in the movie "Ouchi God", but also in the movie "Once Upon a Time in India" starring Amir Khan, one of the gods holding a flute who is worshipped in the countryside. The handsome Krishnan. . . There is a very beautiful Hindu temple of the Indian tribe: Krishnan Hindu Temple, not far from the Guanyin Hall on the Four Horse Road in Singapore. The main god of this temple is the eighth incarnation of the patron god Vishnu: the god of good-Krishnan. Hinduism is also known as Hinduism, and it has three main gods: the Great Brahma (everybody knows that the Four-faced Buddha in Thailand is the Great Brahma). The patron god of the universe, Vishnu, and the god of destruction, Shiva. The blue body statue sculpture above the gate of the Hindu Temple of Krishnan is Krishnan, and the overall sculpture describes the ‘scene’ of Krishnan’s marriage. On the right hand side of the temple gate is the monkey god Hanuman, and on the left is the mount of Dapeng Bird, the patron saint of the universe, Vishnu. Generally, Hindu temples do not have the'tradition' of incense and worship. However, as the Krishnan Hindu Temple is adjacent to the Guanyintang, the temple allows the pilgrims of the Guanyintang to pray for safety and prosperity after they pass by the Guanyin. Therefore, an incense burner and incense sticks were placed outside the temple for the passing pilgrims to worship. If you travel to Singapore to worship at the Guanyintang on the four roads, you might as well come to give an incense to the eighth incarnation of the patron saint Vishnu: Krishnan after worshipping Guanyin. . . Finally, I wish all travel friends: a smooth and happy trip, safe and auspicious! !