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Presentation of temples

  The Indians arrived with a cultural and religious tradition

Initially, the deities were represented  by "pebbles" or "bricks", and placed:
either under a tree such as the mango tree or the pear tree, or in kovils or "chapels" (arrangements made of sheet metal or poles and braided coconut leaves).

Subsequently temples in the image of India were built for the practice of Indian religion

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      _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-538d veneration leaves
      _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-58dbadChapel

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JASAWANT sheet metal TEMPLE
to MOLD (English)

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TEMPLE of Caillebot
MOLD

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CHANGY TEMPLE at 
Capesterre-Belle-Eau

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NAGAPIN SARASVATI Temple
in Bois David Le Molule

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