This Temple is in constant by worshippers and there is a wonderful atmosphere if you time your visit to coincide with any of the mass pujas. The sculpture around the buildings are worth close inspection, there is very little pressure to donate to any of the shrines within and you will avoid any arguments if you give 10 rupees to the attendant looking after your footwear (although there is no obligation to pay anything).
My only word of warning is that there are several hawkers lurking within the Temple seeking to take you to view the paintings in their shops - they will frequently attempt to explain some feature of the Temple before launching into the sales patter. A firm, early statement of no interest should suffice.
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