Rice water drawing in Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Singapore

Sri Veeramakaliamman  temple was built in the early 1855. It is  located on Serangoon Road, in Singapore. It is a Hindu temple in Little India, Singapore that is totally dedicated to the goddess Kali. Worshippers and visitors have to wash their feet first before they enter the temple.

This temple is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali, the Goddess of Power and the wife of the Lord Shiva.

The actual  name “Veeramakaliamman” means the Courageous Mother Kali.

It was one of the most intersting temple I visited there. Women were there drawing on the floor before the temple actually open for worship. They drew with rice water these beautiful design to welcome the people that come to worship!

Art in all it’s beauty!

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