When I was in middle school, and famous for being really good at drawing, a classmate of mine told me that it looked like I drew with bleached colors. He saw the fading, timid hues I used in my drawings and, albeit with no malice, he said this, and what he said stayed with me ever since, though it took me years to truly understand what those fading colors meant to me. My shy way of using pencils enclosed all my fears of irreversibility, my fear of what ifs, my fear of the responsibility of making a big statement and being wrong afterwards. I never added an extra line, because my drawings were pieces of soul and I preferred to keep them unfinished rather than adding an extra sign that could have ruined them. My works became a gallery of unfinished existences, never given the chance of being fully imperfect. It was, I realized, the same reason why I never had the courage to dye my hair. Why run the risk of ruining them? After all, I had almost lost them all twice because of Telogen Effluvium. But we are not meant to stay safe. We come built with means to face adversity. We need to run the risk of ruining something entirely to disclose its full potential, or realize it wasn’t meant to be. And this hair color, and this new photo set, were totally meant to be.
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The lush green and the blue sky and the history of the place 😊
Travellers on a trip to Talakad are suggested to visit the Keerthi Narayana Temple, which was dug up in the year 1911. It was built by Vishnuvardhan, a Hoysala King who placed the statues of Keerthi Narayana and Ranganathar inside this temple himself.
Earlier, a sannidhi of Sundaravalli Thayar was part of this temple, though it was substituted with a navaranga mandapam that includes the idol of Keerthi Narayana. The temple complex also includes the idols of Nammazhwar, Ramanujar and Vedantha Desikar.
An ardha mandapam is situated inside the temple that has statues of Viswasenar and Yoga Narasimhar. A 9 ft tall idol of Lord Vishnu is another feature of the Keerthi Narayana Temple, which has been placed on a garuda peedam. Devotees will notice that this idol is holding a chakram, a mace, a shangu and a lotus on each of his four hands.
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