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Devatas of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2008

Carved bas-reflief representations of devatas (demigoddesses) were a prominent component of Angkorian temple decoration throughout the Middle Ages. The walls of Angkor Wat, the greatest of the temples, are host to hundreds of such devatas. Scholars have speculated about their religious and cultural significance. Certainly their graceful and often friendly appearance enlivens the massive grey stones on which they appear.

* Apsaras
http://angkorblog.com/_wsn/page6.html

* Devatas
http://angkorblog.com/_wsn/page9.html

* Angkor Wat
http://angkorblog.com/_wsn/page14.html

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