There are some deer in a fenced-off area. They are perhaps kept here to remind us that this place is worthy of its name?
Many groups of various nationalities come and worship. Among them, the most numerous seems to be the Chinese.
Most of the structures are unadorned. But patches of gold foils have been plated on some of the surfaces. I was told that the practice is forbidden - but many of the Chinese worshippers do it anyway.
The grass looks dry, perhaps because this is the dry season. But there are few weeds. This is why - an army of women painstakingly bend their backs to remove the weeds by hand.
This seems to be happening a lot in India. Very often we see women working, while the men sit and talk, and drink tea.