Milling a Mango Desk

Today the swamis are milling a massive desk for the Media Studio. It is being milled a full five inches thick, but what is truly special is that it is the mango tree that was felled (regrettably) last month. So the tree will have a new destiny inside the building that it shaded for 54 years.
The wood is extraordinary, with a dramatic black and brown vein of heartwood surrounded by pink and beige tones, which have a curly texture throughout. When finished this will be a gem. 


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  2. Anjali says:

    A magnificent piece of wood! What a grand desk it will become!

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  5. Leonora Orr says:

    wow! mango trees definitely have extraordinary properties and attributes! Jai Ganesha, aum namah sivaya, Leonora

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  9. Sarasvathi Iswarapatham says:

    You are indeed very very good in woodwork/carpentry Swami.And the Monastery is blessed to have you there to inspire esp the young monks & all youth all over the world who view this blog. Aum

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  12. Dhavala Shanmuga says:

    Recycling at it’s best! Can’t wait to see the finished product.

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