Since it was built in the 12th century, Angkor Wat has stood as the world’s largest Hindu temple. But on Wednesday, India unveiled an architect’s model of a new temple that will easily overtake the record, standing nearly double the height of Angkor Wat when completed, Indian media reported. The new Indian temple, which is being built in Bihar province and will cover more than 80 hectares, was originally planned to be an exact replica of Angkor Wat until the Cambodian government angrily protested the appropriation of its national symbol, prompting India to suspend the plans in March 2012.