In the heart of the Indian state of Kerala, an ancient temple known as the Kalam Sabha is home to the Kala Bhaan, a traditional kala-bhaan ritual.
In a ritual where the headdress is made of silk, kalam-bhasas are woven and draped in silk and embroidered with gold thread.
The traditional ritual is held on the sixth Sunday in the month of May, which is celebrated as a day of fasting and meditation.
The rituals are held every year in the traditional way, and have been passed down through generations.
In the early 20th century, a large group of people came together and began to build a kalam bhaan in the temple.
The Kala Bhansas, as they are known, are located in the heart area of the temple, a narrow section of the wall with a huge circle of stone that separates the temple from the main hall.
The building was constructed in 1882 and the building itself has a diameter of 50 metres.
When the kalam barga temple was completed in 1902, it was a huge building with an estimated area of 25,000 square metres.
The temple’s interior was built by the local people and has an exquisite ambience.
In 2017, it became the largest mosque in the country with a total of 3,500 worshippers, including over 30,000 Muslims, and the largest of its kind in the world.
In 2017, Kerala’s chief minister, Alaa Vijayan, visited the Kalyan temple.
Vijayan was asked to visit the temple by the state’s Islamic community, which he did.
Vijayan then took up a role as a guest of honour at the temple’s annual kalai, or holy days, which are celebrated in honour of the god of wealth, the sun.
The first kala was held on April 10, and it is held in honour the goddess of wealth.
One of the main rituals in the Kalinga temple is the kalaham.
The word kala means ‘sacred’ and ‘amma’ is the word for the word in Arabic.
The ritual begins with the head of the deity, which must be clean.
In some rituals, the head must be wrapped in a garment of silk and draped with gold.
The head must then be covered with a veil.
Then the body is covered with gold threads, woven with silk.
The body is then lifted up and the head and the body are laid on a golden cushion and a veil is drawn around them.
As the deity is worshipped, the veil is made up of gold and woven with gold, which also becomes a material for the head, said Raghuram Kavade, the principal curator of the Sushur Sahib Museum in the town of Kalingapattinam.
“A kala is also an amulet.
There are a number of other types of kalas.
These are often made out of gold or precious stones,” he said.
A large number of different kalam temples are scattered across the country.
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