Random Images • Hindu Temple Singapore

Photography is my obsession and when traveling the world often images just present themselves. Most are random impressions with little context but some seem to suggest at a self contained story. Still others leave me wanting to find out more about what I stumbled upon. Here’s a glimpse of just why we travel…

Image from the Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple, a beautiful Hindu temple located on Ceylon Road in Singapore. This is one of sculptures that cover the temples facade. It is of the god Shiva’s avatar, Kali. The goddess’s earliest appearance is when she emerged from Shiva. She is regarded as the ultimate manifestation of the primordial cosmic energy, and the mother of all living beings. The goddess is believed to destroy evil in order to defend the innocent.

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