“The golden hour” is the moment when the sun declines, sets and then disappears behind the horizon.
Facing the sun’s disc, temples and stuppas are transformed into silhouettes.
This light at the end of the day gives the hottest colors to all these temples.
As in many places where the horizon is clear, spectators flock to the tops of the temples
to contemplate the spectacle and try to keep an image in memory.