Saturday, 29 September 2012

44. Kakching

I was in Kakching for official work.
On the way, I had a seen a beautiful hill.
After the work was completed I asked about the hill and was told that there is a garden on the hill.
We decided to visit the garden.
After visiting the Mahadeva Temple, we walked around.

The view of the valley was very beautiful.

It was peaceful and calm outside and it definitely influenced the state of our mind. We all became calm for a while.

I came across a small temple. The size of the temple was not a surprise but the God(s) in the temple came to me as a great surprise.

Nobody around was able to tell me the story of Crow Worship. I am still searching for it.

On the way, the view of Kakching town was also beautiful.

The visit was something like a dream.
A good dream. 


  1. I am also amazed to learn about the Crow worship. Kindly do inform me when you succeed in your attempts to figure out. The rice fields are soothing.

  2. Thanks Deepakbhai and Amit.

    PNS Sir, I would certainly share the information with you.

  3. naiceee, really has the potential to trap huge tourist base

  4. Vineet, I wish not too many tourists visit this spot! Tourist tend to spoil - unfortunately!!

  5. Thanks Kappu. It was indeed beautiful.

  6. Since there are a pair of crows, the story should be interesting I guess!

  7. Yes, I am searching for the story - no success yet :-(

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  9. This is wonderful and the one on field are amazing! Sure share the crow story if u get one :)

  10. Thanks Jeevan. Hmm, I have to find out some time to find out the crow story!!

  11. Lovely photographs of a beautiful valley. :) There seems to be quite a demand for the story behind crow worship :) This is really quite unheard of as crows are generally considered "dirty" But still there is a place where they are considered worthy of worship !!! Amazing indeed


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