Thursday, November 25, 2010

#141: Calabasas Hindu Temple

Thank you Henry for your comment suggesting a visit to Calabasas' Hindu Temple! After a beautiful Thanksgiving brunch at Paradise Cove, we traveled the windy road into the Calabasas mountains to see the temple. The short journey from PCH was absolutely gorgeous. When we got to the Hindu Temple, there were a lot of people there. It didn't seem like there were a lot of tourists--most of the people there were there to worship. We took off our shoes then wandered the area.

Brad had been to the temple years ago, and he commented that it looks a lot more run down now. There were skeletons of tents, pipes, and buckets littering the grounds, and the whole area was covered with a film of dirt. The architecture, however, was gorgeous. I could see that with a little cleaning, this temple could look breath-taking.

Parking and entrance are free. This is worth a visit if you're in the Malibu area!

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1 comment:

  1. We were in Malibu amid rush hour and chose to stop by here to stay away from traffic once more to LA.Worked out impeccably. this spot is beautiful.You can stroll around and take in the ornamentation of the entire spot.For me,it was an one time thing.Be that as it may well worth the trouble.