As summer Comes.

The village is in a festival mood
as April heralds summer
with the ceremonies in the round
the temples look beautiful with decorations
shining in its glory.

The people return to their village
open up their homes long left unattended
meet their relatives and friends
a break from their routine
rejuvenating and exciting.

The temple mela goes in full swing
the deities decked come out in procession
the people throng the shrine
offering flowers and grains.

The ten –trinco_amman_day festival brings cheer and fun
also ends up in a note of grace
people renewing contacts of long
assure each other to meet once again.

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Please Leave The Deities Alone.

Deities sparkle with diamond crowns.

The dazzling finds itself in all rounds.

The spectacular delight knows no bounds.


The galaxy of crowns and outfits win over.

The eyes of the devotees make a splendid rover.

Feeding on the exciting ostentation with a devour.


The golden and silver outfits are heavy.

Decking the deities with them is not easy.

They pressurize the idols  inflicting marks sticky.


Adorning the idols  causes damage to them.

Flowery  crowns and garlands charm them.

Dressing them with colourful silk adds grace to them.


The deities in their expensive dresses look different.

They appear as images with features indifferent.

The created shine robs the glow in the affront.


Well  the rich indulge in such dear fanaticism.

Showing to the world their wealthy enthusiasm.

They wantonly plunder the temples of their divine realism.