Some years ago, the monks and Mauritian Kulapatis have been going over drawings, communicating back and forth and fundraising for what you will see in the slideshow. The Spiritual Park in Mauritius has needed expanded seating mandapams for many years and they are being sculpted as you read.
A report has come in from Kulapati S.K. Moorghen: After the last Sunday's homa intensive work has started in the second pavilion facing Pancha Mukha Ganapathi. It's amazing how the Devas are helping us in the last few days. This Sunday morning Kul Moorooven whom I would refer as the project manager has overseen the ground work on the second pavilion. The fact that we need to make the site clean and available for the January 2018 Ganesha Homa demands a constant monitoring of the works in progress and we are fortunate to have Kul Moorooven who is an experienced building entrepreneur to supervisethe work.
Click here for description and more photos of the homa at our Spiritual Park.
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