We had an organized tour, and the guide spoke to us outside for an hour. 20 minutes would have sufficed. Pictures were only allowed at a distance, and no longer allowed inside, but I snuck the one on the left of their honored guru.
The guide explained that to have a chance to become a guru you had to give up the three Ws, Wine, Women, and Wealth. Curiously the outside carvings of this very expensive temple and entrance arch are many shapely female forms.
The temple was built as an open air building but some of the marble is turning orange, so they have enclose the inside with large glass panels, and have retrofitted A/C.
While we were there they had a "service" with men and women separated, men in front with the best standing view, and the women at the back, just as in a mosque. The doors opened showing more idols, with orange robed monks dancing before them and prostrating themselves on the floor. Afterwards the men approached the monks and touched their robes and lightly brushed their hands around the monks hands.