Kbal Spean, Cambodia

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Veronica Walker Vadillo

Veronica Walker Vadillo

Veronica Walker Vadillo
Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology
This image depicts Vishnu Anantasayana (Vishnu reclining on the serpent Ananta floating on the ocean from where all things will be created), and it highlights the importance of being in the right place at the right time. I visited the site during the dry season and the water was no where near the image. A few months later, this is what I found: the water softly running beneath Ananta, transforming the serpent into a boat through the incorporation of natural elements.

Buddhist and Hindu statues uncovered in South Vietnam

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28 September 2007 (Vietnam Net Bridge) – A Buddhist and a Hindu statue, both from different dates, have been excavated from the Dong Nai province in Vietnam.

Ancient stone statues discovered in Dong Nai

Two ancient stone statues which are believed to date back to between the 6th-12th centuries have been unearthed in Bien Hoa City in southern Dong Nai Province.

The first undamaged sandstone statue was identified as a Avalokitesvara piece, 70.2cm high and carved in a standing position.

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