Sunday, December 10, 2023

San Marga Path Paving Progress

The trail from rudraksha grove to Iraivan Temple is lastly being paved in order that pilgrims can stroll safely. In between some rainouts and different obligations, our longtime earthworker Dennis Wong is making good progress with laying down rocks first, after which gravel on prime. He’s starting with probably the most tough part which stretches from the svayambhulingam (beneath white tent in photograph), down the hill, by way of the rainbow eucalyptus grove, round a nook to the flight of steps main as much as Iraivan, and in addition a bit past that to a stream. After that, he’ll work backwards up the straight portion of San Marga path in direction of Muruga Hill and past.

After the rock and gravel is laid, the plastic grid will go down, which is then topped with soil and grass planted in it. It can look a lot prettier than a cement path, and in addition inexpensive.

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