The sandstone floor in the temple’s main tower’s renovations have been finished, according to the APSARA National Authority. The restoration project was finished on February 22 after beginning on January 21.
During the one-month renovation, specialists from the ANA and India unearthed the strewn flagstones of sandstone to find a substantial pedestal that was 66 cm high and brought it back to the temple’s original spot.
The sandstone flagstones were first moved to raise the pedestal, according to Chan Lay, team leader for the India-Cambodia Cooperation Project for the Preservation and Restoration of Ta Prohm.
After that, the team discovered where the stones had originally been placed and returned them to those locations.