Street Vendors of Kumaran kovil
Lord Muruga is in the form of a child . The statue is of a height of 8' 8" (highest Murugan statue in Tamil Nadu)
Photography is prohibited inside the temple so i just only cover the streets!
The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts is an annual literature festival held in Hay-on-Wye, Powys,Wales for ten days from May to June. Devised by Norman and Peter Florencein 1988, the festival was described byBill Clintonin 2001 as "The Woodstock of the mind". Since its inception, the festival was held at a variety of venues around Hay, including the local Primary School, until 2005 when it moved to a central location just outside of the town. The Guardian has been the main sponsor of the festival since 2002, succeeding The Sunday Times. The Daily Telegraphand its associated brands in Telegraph Media Group were announced as the new sponsor for three years starting with the 2011 festival.
The festival has expanded in recent years and now includes musical performances and film previews. A children's festival, "Hay Fever", runs alongside the main festival. It has also expanded internationally and sister festivals take place in Nairobi, Zacatecas, The Maldives, Kerala, Beirut, Belfast, Cartagena, the Alhambra Palace, Parc Prison in Bridgend and Segovia. In 2009 Hay Festival also took on the ailing Brecon Jazz Festival.wikipedia