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Ta Nei Temple

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Date: Late 12th – early 13th century CE
Style: Bayon
King: Jayavarman VII (reign 1181 – 1220 CE)
Cult: Mahayana Buddhist


Ta Nei (Khmer: ប្រាសាទ ​តានៃ) is a delightful little temple lost in the forest, about 600m (2000') north of Ta Keo Temple.

It is one of the satellite temples of Preah Khan Temple, also built under Jayavarman VII.

Ta Nei has some interesting pediments and devatas, lichen-covered bas-reliefs, and a rather unique layout following changes decided during its construction.

A lovely place to spend a peaceful hour away from the crowds!


Map of Ta Nei

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