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or three metres from llic level of the ground in order to facilitate mounting, or dismounting from, an elephant. This walk was probably raised for the same purpose, and at every forty metres a small flight of steps leads down from it. At all events, it was admirably fitted for the procession of warriors and priests and court ladies.
On each side near the temple is an edifice, at the base of which he E. is a large pond. Skirting these ponds, one reaches a