Structurally and imaginatively predominant sanctuary mountain. Delightfully cut false entryways on upper level, and additionally a superb perspective of the encompassing farmland. Lavishly nitty gritty, all around protected carvings, especially on the lintels. Customarily accepted to be a funerary sanctuary, however in actuality the state sanctuary of Rajendravarman II. Verifiably critical in that it was the second sanctuary worked after the Khmer capital was come back to Angkor after a time of political change when the capital had been moved to Koh Ker. The aesthetically comparable East Mebon was the first to be built after the arrival to Angkor, not as much as 10 years sooner..