The 1300-foot ‘Path of the Satgurus’ winds around seven pond and several small waterfalls. Along the way, one will discover eight exquisitely carved black granite murtis of the known Satgurus of the Kailasa Parampara lineage.
Walking the path, quietude and retrospect comes unbidden. The faculty for paying attention and slowing down to be the observer may engage involuntarily.
When you stop to read each sign the Nandinatha Sampradaya will be rekindled as you stroll the path in spiritual bliss. Along the way, you can soak in the natural greenery of flora and fauna in fresh, clean air. Each plant on this post or flower are described with its scientific name.
The images of the granite Murtis below are shown cropped from its full size. The sepia tone removes background distraction for this photo story purpose.
The Waterlily or Nymphaea nouchali var. caerulea is an aquatic plant. The roots anchor into the mud of the pond floor below. Many species of fish appreciate the shade these floating plants provide.