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Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

Mount Edgecombe Festival

The Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mt Edgecombe was built in 1875 by the Indian settlers. It is the oldest surviving Hindu temple in Africa.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

The biggest Kavady festival in the North Coast

The temple, in Brake Village, was established by indentured labourers, employees of the then Tongaat Sugar Company. They built it to cater for the needs of their growing community. Back in 1909 the area was known as the “Brake Barracks” and the temple started out as a wood andiron structure.

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