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The Price of Preservation

Bukkasagara, KA, India
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I always feel a bit funny paying to visit religious spaces. It is interesting how different communities and cultures treat this and how different countries have even regulated it sometimes. If a place is practicing then I find it especially odd to charge tourists to visit a church while a sermon is going on, but when you start talking about older places, or places that have become more museum and ruin than community space, it makes a little more sense. One thing for sure in visiting the temples of India, the ones with a price tag at the door have more money to maintain, preserve, and restore the sites inside.
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