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The temples of north Bali differs from those of the south. Every crevice of the temple in north Bali is gaily earned in curves flames and spirals, cascading a light ebullience everywhere. A fine example of this northern style in Pura Beji (Beji Temple) in the village of Sangsit, the district of Sawan, Singaraja. Pura Beji, a subak temple dedicated to Dewi Sri, goddess of agriculture. Naga snake form the balustrade of splendid gate way fantastic beasts and devilish guardians appear from the entangled flora. Rows of stone towers set maze of pink sandstone. The court yard is spacious and decorated only by a few frangipani trees.