• Built in 1781 by the descendents of Indian Tamil merchants called “Chitty,” or “Indian Peranakans,” Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi is dedicated to the Hindu God Ganesha, who has the head of an elephant and is known as the “remover of obstacles.”

Photography by David Hagerman

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