Untouched by commercialisation, these divine temples take us back to hundreds of years. People from the world over visit Goa to see these well maintained majestic temples, devoted to different Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
The model of counter-modernism manifests itself (…) in the construction of religious buildings that employ ancient imagery to express the neo-fundamentalism that has arisen in reaction to the process of globalisation. These temples are built by master craftsmen, often holding hereditary positions. The thousands of small temples and mosques appearing across urban and rural India exemplify the fervour with which this counter modernism has imposed itself on the country‘s architectural landscape.
More than erasure, what makes History obscene is a utilitarian view of history.
(...) Memories need to be mnemonically constructed.