Yeh Puluh
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This curious giant frieze (25m long, 2m high), called Yeh Puluh, runs along a section of cliff and continues to defy scientific explanation. Discovered in 1925, all we know is that it dates from the 14C. While Ganesh is easily recognisable on account of his elephant head, the other figures seem to depict everyday activities rather than religious scenes or perhaps it recounts the story of Krishna? A 30min-walk across the rice paddies is the elephant's cave.


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