More about Suvarnabhumi (Sanskrit) or Suvaṇṇabhūmi (Pali), the 'Golden Land' that attracted Indian sailors to the east.
Glimpses of Buddhist Practices and Rituals in Dvāravatī and Its Neighbouring Cultures | 淺談墮羅鉢底及其鄰近文化之佛教儀式
New perspectives on the Dvaravati take on Buddhism and its linguistic and cultural vinculation to Khmer ethnic group.
The colossal Buddhas of central Thailand temples and their significance in the evolution of regional Buddhism during the 7th and...
Revisiting the Pong Tuk site in West-Central Thailand, initially explored by G. Coedes (1927) and H. G. Quaritch Wales (1936).
Evidence from an archaeological excavation at the Prasat Hin Phimai in the 2000s.
Pierre Dupont’s L’archéologie mône de Dvāravatī and Its English Translation | and the Translator's Response
Critical assessment of the English translation by Joyanto K. Sen of a classical study, and the translator's response.
世紀末南重倚坐佛像起源 勻(老播研究新視野 | Origins of Bhadhrasana Buddha Statues throughout Southeast Asia (7-8th centuries)
How Indic and Chinese influences combined in early Southeast Asia.