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Many anicient temples require renovation?
We find a notice board about their antiquity but no arrangements for their safety/preservation/renovation. Recently in AP Ramappa Temple the Nandi is destroyed. How to safeguard our ancient temples?

Tags: renovation, preservation, notice board
Asked by Satyanarayana Tumuluri, 17 Mar '08 07:13 pm
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yes, u r right
but some industrial houses prefers to built their own temples rather than renovate old ones
Answered by Raghav Handa, 17 Mar '08 07:15 pm

 
  
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see, the temples have to be mainted by the devotees itself. for instance, i found most of the people who do archana, they will break the coconut in the floor itself and eat inside the temple. If it is their house will they do on the own floor? they will tell floor will get damaged. So, temple should be maintained like house and neatness comes from ourselves only.
Answered by Chandrasekar R, 17 Mar '08 07:15 pm

 
  
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