Iraivan Temple's Roof Gets First Layer of Concrete

After completing the assembly of the roof beams all carved in India, the roof of the Iraivan Hindu Siva Temple in Hawaii received it's first layer of concrete to fill in all the spaces between the stones. This is the first layer of finishing the top of the roof to prevent any leakage into the temple and provide drainage during rains.


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Photo of  Gurudeva
I have seen myself, in a certain state of samadhi, as pure life force flowing through a jungle, through trees, through plants, through water, through air. That is superconsciousness. It is so permanent. It is so real.
—Gurudeva