This temple, which is dedicated to Laxmi, is a very lively and vibrant temple. Already the way to the temple through small streets and passing stalls selling devotional equipments was very interesting. This Hindu temple also welcomes foreign, non-hindu visitors.
MY Situation similar to yours. Could not find any Helpful support or Volunteers around of temple to help nor the Vendors across Temple could be of any help other than the business commercial reason of getting their things... More
MY Situation similar to yours. Could not find any Helpful support or Volunteers around of temple to help nor the Vendors across Temple could be of any help other than the business commercial reason of getting their things sold. Steps are huge numbers and also inside the temple there is no special privilege for Senior citizens or Wheel chair patients until unless you have some contacts with the Inner chamber "Priest " Group who can make the entrance makeshift for your father from Side ways, which they normally do for well to do human beings whom they are acquainted with or some special convenenicne offered to a privilege few and please note its a pure play of Severe rush and fight with lots of hush gush and no discipline of the devotees , with severe display of muscle power and money power you can see overall in all the areas around the prayer hall. also the railings that are made for the queue , have a hge rush and are very conjusted, once in, you may suffocate your elderly father with no return from the severe chaos. in my light note, i guess they have made a flat road uphill parallel to stairs, for wheel chair patients, but again inside the main temple the chaos is very heavy and wheel chair patients along with senior citizens are not advisable as its purely muscle power. this has no such special discipline like in siddhivinayak temple where you have seperate privileges for wheel chair, senior citizen and handicapped patients and thats called Discipline.