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Temples

Before we went to the US, I took some pictures outside of a very famous temple that isn't very far from our house. I thought this little boy walking around the temple grounds was really cute :)There were lots of people outside of the temple begging. They sat in organized rows and people brought them food and money.
This temple has a lot of shoe stations where you can give your shoes to someone to watch while you're in the temple.... it's hard to see in this picture but there are a bunch of them.
The last time I was there, there were a ton of blind beggars all sitting together.
Here they are again. All of the people sitting in this area were blind. People would come and bring them food and money.
There are a couple of temples in this complex, but the one that is the most famous is the Hanuman Temple. Hanuman is the monkey god in H'nduism. There were a few people walking around dressed like him. This guy was asking for money as well.
I thought his tail was quite interesting...

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