From the Bangalore carving site

At the carving site in Bangalore, work is moving forward on the final batch of stone chains. As you can imagine, carving a chain from a single piece of stone is no easy task, but the carvers do it with incredible refinement and skill.

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  1. Kaivalya Sarasvati says:

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  2. Leonora Orr says:

    Jai Ganesha! Aloha and Gratitude to all the silpis, known and unknown, met and unmet, from ‘Auntie Leah’, Leonora Orr, Artist/Educator/Gardener, aum namah sivaya

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  6. Thanam Joseph says:

    Now we know from the beautiful photos how the chains are carved.
    My Lord Siva guide the hands of the silpis works.

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  8. Toshadevi Nataraj says:

    Jai Ganesa. Such skill. May there be many blessings from God Siva. May we be forever grateful for this fine example of skills passed down from generations of sound tradition. Aum Shanti

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  11. Aravind Gopal says:

    Amazing … Aum NamaSivaya

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