Queen Jayarajadevi guarding the entrance to the heart of Preah Khan

Preah Khan was where this royal triad’s heart was. Preah Khan (the Sacred Sword) had revealed its many secrets if one would only look and see around, NO special skills required to decipher obscure scriptures. STONE-hard, visual proofs were carved on the walls, and could be seen by anyone. The loving, creative, and respectful bond among the sisters - Queens and the King were forever omnipresent carved on the walls of Preah Khan.

Eight centuries ago Queen Indradevi and Queen Jayarajadevi profiled an exemplary, active life from nurturing their household to leading a growing nation, surpassing prowess of some of our contemporary models like Mother Theresa, Angelina Jolie, Madonna, Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel, and Wangari Maathai, etc.

In conclusion.

 
This Queen Jayarajadevi's sculpture held another interesting factoid.
Note the Queen's gaze toward the skies, the absence of bindi on her forehead,
and a dharma wheel in the palm of her left arm,
which meant she passed away and became a saint.
Queen Indradevi was on the opposite side of her younger sister.
Note the bindi on her forehead, a living marital status and cheerful smile.
Queen Indradevi wore the same pattern dress like in the dungeon.
She guarded the corner perimeter of Preah Khan.
Queen Indradevi can hide, but cannot run. Her royal and personal
hallmarks on the sculptures were regnonizable.
  Forsaken THEN...IMMORTALIZED in 2010 in a digital world...
for the NEXT generations to search for the TRUTH.