India,from Himalayas to Kanyakumari, a land of intense spirituality and religious faith reflected in the profusion of temples present in this sub-continent. Temples are found everywhere in India from large monumental structures to small stone buildings, each having a certain significance and greatly influencing the lives of the people who regard the temple as a place where they could be close to go. Hinduism is the religion followed by the Hindus, Hindu philosophy has a very strong influence on the people governing various aspects of their lives including their spiritual life. Hindu temples apart from being religious also play the role of a spiritual, social, cultural and economic centre influencing the lives of the people both in the cities and villages. These wonderful monuments form a part of the Indian cultural heritage.
Our journey started with a simple thought in 2017 as to how we can protect our temples in the current form and pass on this rich heritage to next generations. We believe that these structures are heap of knowledge that have withstood the test of time, our effort is to admire, understand and pass on knowledge of these marvellous structures and related spiritual traditions that have been built around them. We have established a purpose for ourselves to decipher these to the maximum extent possible and to make it more easier for the current generations and future generations to understand and appreciate these rich spiritual eco-systems.