Guaranteed atmosphere… Hardly is it heartily that one enters another world, in encens plume. It's Ganesh India and Hindu deities… We're here at the temple, destined for the Seychelles Indian community (about 2 000 people). Built in 1992 at the initiative of the Bank of Baruda and some expatriate Tamil families from Sri Lanka and southern India, recently restored, this soothing place of worship, rich in statues, really deserves a visit, so there is a magical atmosphere. The two priests of the place, who bénissent the visitors by decorating the front with a red powder, willingly accept a small room. Don't miss it! A few steps along the same street, we have to take a look at the facade of the Chinese temple, in a centenary Creole house, that other place of worship not visiting.
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