There are four kinds of temples: One, Vidyalaya (the temple of learning); second, Bhojanalaya (the temple of food); third, Vaidyalaya (the temple of healing) and Devalaya (the temple of God). All the four are places of worship for man. You go to a Bhojanalaya (also means hotel or restaurant), eat good and tasty food you like and come out happy. You go to a Vaidyalaya (hospital), consult a doctor and only receive prescribed treatment for the illnesses you are suffering from. When you go to a Vidyalaya (an educational institution) you seek only knowledge in the subjects you are interested in. Similarly when you go to a Devalaya(temple), ask yourself, do you conduct yourself properly? In a temple you should be concerned only with worship. Instead of concentrating the mind on the Divine, why do you allow it to wander hither and thither and think about useless mundane affairs? Remember, if only you secure the grace of God, everything will be accomplished easily!