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Khole Ke Hanumanji Temple, Jaipur.
India

This pano is short out side the main temple,Khole ké Hanumanji Mandir, in front is the eating/food service, the entire building, serves as the banquet halls, for feasts given by devottes, to appease the gods, its also called the "SAWAMANI" ritual, which is performed, whenever their is an occasion, like a birth or marraige, though not mandatory by Hindu doctrines, it's none the less very popular.

but most of the people who are served are family members or friends.

Khole ké Hanumanji Mandir is very popular amongst the locals, though not on the tourist maps, every tuesday thousands come for the evening Aarti (Prayers, with plenty of sounds of ringing bells and gongs) The arti is the most sacred of all the rituals and is basically the head priest taking "holy fire" lamp and moving it ritually in circular motions, accompanied by a cacofony of bells and gongs, literary to awaken the lord.

Tuesday is the day of Hanuman the monkey god.

Copyright: Udaiveer Singh Rathore
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Uploaded: 24/05/2013
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