In Vennached, near Hyderabad, architects built a new temple in a style that, at first glance, appears to break with old Hindu architecture traditions. The building is devoted to Saint Shirdi Sai Baba and is constructed from brick blocks, which are normally used to build the internal structure of houses and buildings. The use of bricks is not typical for this region, which makes the temple building innovative and unique. Not only did the architects use bricks for the main part of the building, they also used them to construct the seven metre-high tower known as Shikhara. The brick arrangement is a modern interpretation of the trellis--like window grills that are common in Indian architecture. The most important element in this kind of temple is the colourful ornamentation, which in this case is created by the geometry of the Shikhara. The arrangement of the bricks allows light itself to become the ornamentation as it falls inside the temple and creates special effects on the walls and floors. Visitors entering the temple also bring colour in and complete the decoration.