Acharya Tulsi - Awards and Honours - Shrines


To keep Tulsi's teachings immortal, followers built a memorial in the village of Todgarh named Mahashila Abhilekh.

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... It is also unique in that the honden, normally the very center of a shrine, is missing ... It is believed shrines of this type are reminiscent of what shrines were like in prehistorical times ... The first shrines had no honden because the shintai, or object of worship, was the mountain on which they stood ...
Shinto Architecture - The Origin of Shrines
... Later, temporary buildings similar to present day portable shrines were constructed to welcome the gods to the sacred place ... Ancient shrines were constructed according to the style of dwellings (Izumo Taisha) or storehouses (Ise Grand Shrine) ... Such early shrines did not include a space for worship ...
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Secular Shrines
... In the United States and some other countries, landmarks may be called "historic shrines." Notable shrines of this type include The Alamo Fort McHenry Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island Shrine of Remembrance, a ... Halls of fame also serve as shrines into which single or multiple individuals are inducted on the basis of their influence upon regions, cultures or disciplines ... By extension the term shrine has come to mean any place (or virtual cyber-place) dedicated completely to a particular person or subject such as the Shrine ...

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