How were those who made the temples not of lime stone and bricks,
But of rocks and stones,
Cutting the rocks and chiseling and designing,
Cutting the crag
To give it the shape of a temple, an abode, a pagoda,
But their engineering and skill,
We know not the secrets of it,
Who were those sculptors and architects,
Why is history silent about these,
Which historian can say it?
Temple art and architecture, sculpture and figurine,
Who to say it to me,
About their art of making, about their art and architecture,
What their dates and times,
How the workers,
Under whose supervision,
How the kings,
At whose orders did they?
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