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Moving a Rose Granite Bench

Years ago, seeing the deterioration occasioned by the tropics on all things wooden, we decided as much as feasible to use longer-lasting materials. So when a wooden garden bench rotted out, we had four rose-colored granite benches made by our team in India, and installed them in the gardens.

One among them became overgrown by the foliage, and no one was using it. So two days back we took a team of six out and moved it to a new location. It now sits near the flagpole, overlooking Rishi Valley, a place it will be used often and enjoyed.

Story in the slideshow.

5 Responses to “Moving a Rose Granite Bench”

  1. Pethuraja says:


  2. Sankuthi says:

    Jai Jai Shree Maha Ganesh
    Simply wonderful! A big thank you for the designers, carvers, movers and just in time for the pilgrims of Lord Siva’s lush paradise to enjoy the long weekend!
    Jai Sri Mahalingeshwara

  3. Madan Ganesh Velayudham says:

    Aum NamaSivaya

    Siva Thondu, Periya Thavam

    Jai Mahalingeshwara !

  4. Srilakshmi Rathakrishnan says:

    Aum Namasivayam πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  5. Bill says:

    All is well


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