A copy of a UNESCO-listed Cambodian temple will soon spring up on the banks of the Ganges River. An Indian temple trust plans to spend $20 million over the next 10 years to recreate the 12th century wonder on a 40-acre plot of land, according to the Guardian. The 222-foot replica is expected to be the tallest Hindu temple in the world, according to the Agence France-Presse. India’s Angkor will go by the name of Virat Angkor Wat Ram Mandirhave and have a different presiding deity. Instead of Vishnu, the new temple will be dedicated to Ram, a deity who once, according to legend, crossed at that spot. The man behind the project, Kishore Kunal, told the Guardian he hopes the replica will give those who can’t afford a trip to Cambodia a chance to experience the “grandeur and splendor”of the original.