Sree Ayyappa Temple is built in the style of Kerala temple architecture. The roof is covered with red clay tiles. There is a tall kodimaram (flagstaff) in front of the temple. On festival days, the outside walls of the temple are lit up using many small oil lamps. The temple was consecrated in 1995.
Sree Ayyappa Temple is in Vasai West, Maharashtra. It is 2.3 km from Vasai Road railway station. You may like to see the location on a map.
I used my Sony Xperia phone camera and shot many vertical sections of the temple. The shots were then merged together in Photoshop. This way, I was able to create the photo without people in it.
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