Entry Staircase

Future pilgrims will climb this small hill which begins at the Wailua River, passes through a jungle of tropical plants and the three granite elephants and ends at the temple entry staircase. Doug has returned from a three-month stay with family in Michigan, and is continuing on the building of the two small lava rock pony walls, one on either side, to better define the staircase.

It is hard work, but he is a master mason (among his many talents) and so the work moves along swiftly. We are glad to see him push toward the top. Two arial drone photos in the slideshow are especially revealing.


6 Responses to “Entry Staircase”

  1. Jnanideva says:

    Spectacular !

  2. Srilakshmi Rathakrishnan says:

    Divine 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Thillaiampalam Sivayogapathy says:

    Aum Namasivaya!

    Wonderful Construction of Steps, to the IRAIVAN TEMPLE!

    This concept is almost similar to the Steps , we all find at

    MURUHAN THIRUTHANIKAI TEMPLE!, Tamil Nadu.Aum Siva, Siva!

    Aum Muruha! Aum!

    Mikka Nanri!

    Aupudan,

    Siva,

    (T.sivayogapathy).

  4. Pethuraja says:

    “AUM SIVAYABAUM”!.

  5. Pethuraja says:

    “AUM SIVAYA AUM”!.

  6. Anil Ananda Badhwar says:

    Aum

    Wonderful progresse. 🙏🏼

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