One can visualise what the complete temple must have looked like as a chariot being borne by seven horses and it glorious. To conceptualise and execute such a masterpeice in the 13th century is brilliance. The ASI sells a lovely book at the ticket counter. We hired an ASI guide but kept him in check. He soon realised we were not to be hurried and were not embarassed to look at the mithunas in ardor. He showed us small things we would not have noticed and also created storied that we knew were false:) There is a small temple close by which houses the navgrahas which were originally placed at the entrace of the temple. The statue is beautiful but the pandits in that temple are greedy and pushy.
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