Thursday, August 15, 2019

Langkawi Hanuman Shrine, Kuah

Langkawi Hanuman Shrine guards the entry for two diverse temples in Kuah, Langkawi. The temple places its calm welcome with a guardian role for devotees whom wish to obtain his blessings and get connected with his surroundings.

Lord Hanuman
Standing tall in between, this humble shrine welcomes its devotees with the path of Lord Hanuman. The structure does not signifies any abode, which enables his devotees to visit him at any time. Based on our observation, this temple is managed by local volunteers as additional structures are found nearby. There is a small cave next to the temple which remains a mystery. 

(Lord Hanuman's paatham)

 (Lord Hanuman's paatham)

(Lord Hanuman's paatham)

(Lord Hanuman)

(Lord Hanuman)

(Vilvam plant)

 (Jungle behind the temple)

(Mysterious Cave entrance)

 (Hindu temple on the right)

 (Wat Tham Kisap - Thai Temple on the left)

(Lord Hanuman)

Wat Tham Kisap 

*Notice how all the images and shrine in Wat Tham Kisap are connected with a white string. This is to circulate the divine vibes in a consistent manner among the shrines and idols.

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