Temple in Taichung, Taiwan

This is continuation of my last one, from Taiwan. I visited some temples too. Taiwan has people with Taoism, Christianity and few other faiths. The temple I visited belonged to Taoism. I am given to understand that like Hindu faith, Taoism too has many gods, demigods and rituals. I tried to capture some. Again, even with so many people around, no garbage, no rubbish. They even burst the crackers during a temple ritual, but no litter, believe me.  I show you how they do it.

Entrance of a temple
Similar to Hindu temple and practices.
Beautiful Agarbatti stand.
A enclosed dabba to burst the crackers. No littering.
Beautiful carving.
Quite a colorful and decoration
Charioteer
Embellished Agarbatti stand
Jaya – Vijaya

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An avid trekker, traveller, who finally freed himself from a corporate cobweb. Loves lush green, snowy mountains, blue sky and crystal water.

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