Time to pay tribute to the elders and deities. Temple in the countryside during an organised tour by local authorities, around Lianzhou.
A visual journey in China.
It really isn’t everyday you visit a Wat in the snow. ❄️🙏🏻
39. Menorah : The Menorah is a candelabra which can hold seven candles – one on the central stem and one each on the six branches. It is a symbol of the first Jewish Temple, the makeshift sacred space created by Moses when leading the Jews out of slavery in Egypt. That temple contained a similar lamp-stand made of pure gold, and the Menorah is the oldest known of all religious symbols of Judaism.
Symbolism - As its unique design communicates, the Menorah endures as a symbol of Divine light spreading throughout the world. To this end, God commanded that the Menorah’s goblets be turned upside down on their stems, emphasizing the importance of spreading light to others. This design reflects the Menorah’s exact purpose in the Holy Temple, which was to spread the light of Godliness to the entire world, not to illuminate the Temple itself.
When believe mixes with faith, every thing seems beautiful and magical. While was visiting a small temple in Himachal Pradesh my identity was rediscovered and so I was.
Apart from breathtaking location the photographic object too was spectacular and everything happened in a magical way.... I myself transformed into a travel freak spontaneous person who not only loves travel but in a responsible manner.
The Guardian Naga Serpent; commonly used at the entrance of Thai temples to ward off evil spirits