History lecture on Angkor Wat by Dr Chanratana Chen
A joyful explosion of Thai, Khmer, Chinese, Hindu and Buddhist artistic influences in a sanctuary dedicated to devotion and creative...
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The power-charged erotica of Indian iconography, or how "bringing beauty nearer" inspired Indian (and Khmer) sculptors.
Respected Cambodian scholar Saveros Pou offers a collection of studies on the Khmer version of the Ramayana
Back to the intellectual and aesthetical origins of Hindu architecture and its Southeast Asian derivatives, particularly in the Khmer tradition.
An India-centered approach of Cambodia, Champa and the "Indian colonization" of Southeast Asia".
Planet-alignement during the consecration of Banteay Srei Temple.
The Khmer sculptors' take on the 'Anantasayana Vishnu' Hindu motif.
Out-of-the-beaten-path and yet wondrous smaller temples revisited by a group of young Cambodian bloggers
The Ananta serpent of Hindi origin and the Khmer Naga motifs in Angkorian sculptures and ornaments.
Preface to a collection of documented essays on Tantrism, particularly in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
The first integral English translation of the Sanskrit Treatise on Hindu Dance, "Dramaturgy and Histrionics".
50 kms from the city of Hoi An, My Sơn is the largest and most important of Champa’s religious architectural...
The many encounters of various religious philosophies in Angkor.