Temple, Trees and Peace

Allow nature’s peace flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.

John Muir

Temples in Pune, opened up to public in last week of October, 2021. I visited a Shiva temple last week for the first time since they opened up. Last time, I visited this temple around Feburary, 2020. This Someshwarwadi temple is a located near Baner. Apart from trees, nothing changed as such. Trees have grown tall and they spread out their branches covering the entire garden area in shade. Sharing here some pictures of the different trees that are in and around the premises of the Temple.

This Shiva temple is usually crowded during Mahashivratri and on other main festivals days and is well maintained by the temple authorities.

The road to the temple is also flanked by trees that have grown majestically. With so many trees around, there is always a cool breeze in this area. It is a quiet and peaceful place to enjoy the nature’s serenity.

Joining Parul’s Thursday Tree Love. This is a photo feature on Parul’s blog hosted on second and fourth Thursday of every month. You are most welcome to join in.


12 thoughts on “Temple, Trees and Peace

  1. Wow! Wow! Ramya! I think been to that temple many moons back in 2008 and if I am not wrong there is a huge lake there. I was racking the brains to write about the temple for my Pune Memoirs. Such a beautiful writing and shot of the sprawling, divine trees. I miss the city loads.

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  2. Wow! That looks like a huge temple and the trees are majestic. There is a charm around trees in places of worship. Isn’t it? Thanks for joining Ramya. Hope 2022 has started on a good note for you. Take care and see you in today’s edition. It’s work in progress 🙂


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