Are Bas Reliefs Bona Fide?

ASK BVKS | October 20, 2016 |

English; Gauragrama, Telangana, India

Question:

I wonder about the Panca Tattva bas relief that we now have here in Belfast. What is your opinion? I hesitate to get involved in the worship until I know your opinion.

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