Saturday, August 6, 2011

Pulling to celebrate.....

Throughout many temples in India, there are always some special celebrations in honor of a particular God or Goddess, which involve elaborate prayers , gatherings of large amount of devotees, distribution of Prasad (blessed foodstuff), and many times , a procession of the deity, in traditional chariots, that celebrate the arts and crafts of the region.

Below is a photograph (by Deepak Amembal Magiceye) , of the chariot of the The Goddess Mookambika from the Mookambika temple in Kollur, Karnataka. On a special day during the year, the Goddess is installed in the chariot with elaborate ceremonies, and taken in a procession through the city, pulled by the devotees, with great pomp, celebration and devotion .

(photo by Deepak Amembal Magiceye)
Custom made
four wheel drive,
powered by
extra large wheels,
confident wishful transmission,
deep faithful
driver's seat,
absolutely clear
front view,
real time peripheral vision,
objects always as close
as you think
they are.

passenger seat,
with worldwide
surround sound "vision" ;
No windows required
as passenger
can see
within you,
(photo courtesy Google)
by a special pull
of hundreds,
their immense faith
and sonorous prayers....

Suitable for Goddesses......


  1. The temple is really one of a kind. I have been there on one of those days when the godess has been taken around in the chariot. And I think I even have a small video on the same

    ....Here I Am!

  2. One of my most fav temples :) Loved the lines too :)
    surround sound "vision" - This one is too gud!:)