Milling Progress

Recently Acharya Kumarnathaswami has been working hard to mill wood so that it may be saved and used for future monastery projects. With the help of Jnanideva, the wood from a large monkeypod tree was cut. Monkeypod is a wonderful dark wood that is often used for carving. The monastery was gifted these giant logs, which came from a historic, island tree that was cut down last year.


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  1. Ramsamy says:

    Good work.

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  14. Gayatri Rajan says:

    Wow~Monkeypod is gorgeous wood! Can’t wait to see how you all use it.
    Every good wish for a windfall here at the end of the DDD.
    Aum

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