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All is quiet at the Aadheenam… in-breath before the Great Night of Siva

Mahadevan family on pilgrimage, visiting with Paramacharya Palaniswami….

Innersearch Asian Odyssey 2008 Retrospective

We continue with our photos of our visit to Angkor Wat. Bodhinatha strolls though the center of the complex.

Steeps steps lead up to one of the sanctums.

Angkor Wat is absolutely massive and would require at least a couple of days to properly view it.

The giant moat that surrounds the temple.

Bodhinatha poses for a photo outside of Angkor.

Off to a lunch break at a local Indian restaurant.

From left: Jnanideva Cevvel from Canada, Balakrishnan from Australia and Jeyakumar from New Zealand.

Then we are off to the Bayon.

We attempt another group photo outside of this spectacular temple.

The temple has towers with giant faces of the king carved into it.

Sadhaka Adinatha

Tatiana Martushev and Shailesh Trivedi from USA.

Innersearchers have a quiet moment in one of the sanctums.

The Angkor Thom area is filled with numerous temples, large and small and we walk aound this massive complex exploring some of them. It is amazing to see an entire city of temples.

Kailash Dhaksinamurthy who helped to coordinate some of the travels.

A lot of temple reconstruction is taking place and it is nice to see.

The elephant terrace.

Multiple giant archways lie in the distance.

Back to the buses after a day of exploring a few of the best temples in Siem Reap.

Dinner this evening is at the lovely FCC Angkor a nice evening stroll away from hotel.

Tomorrow we leave for Kuala Lumpur and onto Langkawi Island. It has been a memorable visit to Cambodia.

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