On the western coast of Trinidad lies the village of Waterloo, a village with a small rocky waterfront, perfect for throwing an afternoon fishing line. The front overlooks a view of the Gulf of Paria, decorated with fishing boats on calm waters that turn to gold as it touches the setting sun at the horizon . At 500 feet out to the gulf is the Hindu temple built by Sewdass Sadhu in the 1940s. Sadhu, an indentured laborer at the time, constructed the temple entirely by hand after he was forbidden from building one on the land which was owned by Tate and Lyle. Today the temple which is accessed by a causeway, still stands after refurbishment in 1995.