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This is a great site to visit. It is a remodel of a temple built in the sea over 50 years ago by Siewdass Sadhu. He was a Hindu labourer who was debarred by the colonial powers from building a temple to worship his Gods...More
This place is something i will never let go or forget. Both my grandparents were put to rest here and ashes scattered into the sea. This place give you a feeling of solitude and closure.
The design and layout is something to see.
The temple is just amazing. I was born in Trinidad so I was quite taken aback. Everyone who visits Trinidad should visit. On you way to also visit the Indian museum. This also is something to see. To explain the beauty of these two place...More
When we visited this place, there was a cremation going on in open air and at the same time a music truck was blasting noise. So it wasn't very quiet and peaceful.
Anyway it was a nice visit. The temple itself is small, but as...More
Every time I come back home I come to this temple. It one of my favourite places in the world to be but, it is very disrespectful when tourist walk around and don't follow the rules that are clearly written all over the temple. It...More
To visit the scenic beauty of this temple is one thing, to know the history is another. This is a definite must visit when in Trinidad. The temple was built by an Indian indentured labourer named Siewdass Sadhu. Under the British rule, East Indians were...More