Of Apsaras And Devatas (by Helje)

Carved apsaras are quite common at Angkor Wat, with more than 1,860 of them counted by the scholars. They are carved on many of the walls, pillars, and high up on the towers. A catalogue of the amazing diversity of hair, headdresses, garments, stance, jewellery and decorative flowers concluded that the designs were likely based on real-life practices of the Angkor period.

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