We could visit the temple and see the idols from outside. Notable are the idols of the ten incarnations of the Lord. The temple has a big campus with a lot of flower plants. There are two temples behind the main one and interestingly they have the Parashu and the Gada at the apex. The architecture of the temples is Trinidadian. It gave us, the visiting Indians, a great feeling that the local East Indian community had contributed to its construction, a symbol of their identity.
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