For more than a year, devotees at the 164-year-old Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple have been sharing sacred space with 20 artisans and a score of other workmen.
Scaffolding towers over their heads as they stream into the main temple hall and bright blue canvas sheets and grey debris netting block off sections undergoing delicate restoration works.
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