On regular days, it’s mostly the Chinese people who visit the temple. They leave their shoes out and enter the temple to seek blessings. Chinese incense sticks are used inside that gives the temple a unique and peace-inducing aroma.
Ison mentions they burn handmade paper to ward off evil spirits. Watching him do the Chinese pranam with incense sticks in his hand as he bowed three times, triggered so many thoughts.
We don’t need to be natives of the same country or belong to the same religion to have a common faith. These are the values that India has always stood for. And this is the kind of motivation we need in the present day.
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