Sri Ganesha – A Hidden Gem of Nashville

“Slow down, temple in 400 feet,” reads a sign on Old Hickory Boulevard. Around the corner an unprecedented sight awaits the drivers. The temple is replete with angular spires, cylindrical pillars and ornamental work. Carved onto the temple’s walls live statues of elephants and stone deities. The 48-foot, five-tiered central tower, or Vimana, tops off […]

A 250-Acre Hill of History

Nashville’s history is buried in 250-acres of dirt right off Lebanon Pike. Outlined by the industrial side of Nashville lies a hill with the words “Mt. Olivet” spelled out in white-faced stones. Behind those stones are the remains of some of Nashville’s most prominent leaders, Civil War heroes and regular folk. Mt. Olivet may not be […]