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May 21, 2012


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In India we have a small temple for my community. Our ancestors do some rituals annually by offering sweets and fruits.

We don't have any idols of god inside but there is a crafted wooden box locked which will not be opened by anyone and I never got right answer from any of my relations why do we worship the wooden box, what is inside this small box? Why don't we just open and see it?

During your exploration to India by anychance you discovered such type temple??? With whom could I get the right information

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