This week’s challenge is Inside.
Many of the images we saw for Angkor Wat, Cambodia pertains to the outside, outside of the temples – the Buddha faces, the ruins, the giant tree roots etc.
This image is taken inside the temple.
Have not done any research to find out what this bell shaped structure is. Have seen a multitude of stone bells at Borobudur UNESCO site, Indonesia. They are more finely sculptured, perforated with holes in them as well. These stupas housed 72 Buddhas at several levels.
However, at Angkor Wat, this bell is not perforated. Does it enclose anything inside?
It looks intriguing, does it?