Do you like carvings of nagas,demons and mythological creatures? well,you have come to the right place.It was named for the statue of 'the leper king' that sits on top. Why the statue is named as the 'leper king' is a matter of debate. Some argue that that when it was found, its lichen-eaten condition gave it the appearance of leprosy.
In the stifling heat who is going to argue?
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