Worth every rupie the preist who will guide you asks for ! One of the most amazing peices of Architecture I have seen any where - sorry photos inside are strictly not permitted - your camera is held in safe keeping for a fee (10 rupie) before you go in.
We were able to strike with the side of our hands the carved stone instrument and listen to the wonderfull musical sounds that resonate back through the stone pillars ( this is perhaps absolutely unique to the world) Also noted the large skin growths (like false underskin inserts) on the priests shoulders from years of carring the shrines at festivals on bamboo poles - it is in its self, an amazing body adaption not normally ever seen in the modern world. This is a real working temple and it is a privilage as a vistor to be allowed into it and their spritural world - it helps one understand the very deep sense of faith these people hold and how it follows and guides them into every day life
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