I just got to stumble upon with this old looking community house at a temple during one of the photo walks in my town, Vadodara.

It seemed to be the Common room of the temple for conducting Pujas or some other religious rituals. I was fascinated with the colors of the furniture’s and the demoded design. It gave me a feeling as such I visited an antique museum. Sometimes old is really pretty and it soothes the mind as well.

Have you visited such a place ever?

You may also want to check the Temple out.

Photo Gallery – Swaminayaran Temple at Moghul wadi – Vadodara



10 Comments Add yours

  1. These pictures leave me wondering about the history and stories connected to each room. Thank You for sharing them!

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  2. timannehall says:

    Thank you for sharing your history Polomi. Your photos are great and give us a good glimpse into the past.

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    1. Polomi says:

      Thank you Tim!!

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  3. I’ve never really gotten to go anywhere but this place looks fabulous. So much history must be lurking in the crevices. I really enjoy all the pictures you post! 🙂

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    1. Polomi says:

      Thank you so much!! Glad you liked them

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  4. London’s Brick Lane has traditionally been the first place for immigrants to settle. They move on and are replaced by the next group. Thus Huguenots made way for Jews, and Jews for Bangladeshis. I lived there for a short time in 1972. I never went into the then closed synagogue, but. as I lunched in a Bangla cafe I looked across the road and speculated.

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    1. Polomi says:

      Sounds exciting!!

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  5. Aishwarya says:

    Old Indian houses and the set ups are beautiful!! I’ve always loved houses in villages.. Huge, airy, fresh and with very little furniture! It has an appeal like none other 🙂

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    1. Polomi says:

      yes true aishwarya!!


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