This temple of Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Temple has come out aesthetically pleasing with all structural details attributed to South Indian temple architecture. The main sanctum is superposed with two-tired Vimanam of height 15′.4″ with conventional and aesthetical elements. Similarly there is three-tired Gopuram of height 20′.8″ atthe entrance to the temple. The measures employed in the fabrication of various parts of Gopuram and Vimana are so designed as to resonate with each other and give a symphonic effect to the whole. I have heard that this small temple has enjoyed wider popularity and started attracting one and all – the press and the public. .
The space of the main sanctum measuring 9′.77/8″ is equal to the musical rhythm and the effect of it on human system will be for promotion of physical welfare and spiritual well being. This dynamics of the main sanctum is the secret behind Hindu Temple form and hence this pattern of temple is repeated everywhere in the Indian sub-continent. I am very happy to saythat this tradition is brought to African shores, so that the Africans and Indians, living in this part of the country may also share the peace and prosperity enjoyed by the Indians from time immemorial.