Art of Cambodia: Interactions with India (MARG Vol 67 No 2)
Edited by Swati Chemburkar
TBD00062 | PB | pp. 150 | 2015 | Marg
This magazine brings together current research and reflections on the early interactions between Cambodia and India.
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This issue brings together current research and reflections on the early interactions between Cambodia and India in the diverse fields of architecture, iconography, textiles and the performing arts. With the development of maritime and overland routes, distinct Indic traditions became significant in Cambodia. This process is known as “Indianization”, where elements of Indian culture were absorbed or chosen by Khmers. When and why did Indian cultural and religious elements come to be preferred by Khmers? Which ones were adopted, absorbed, revised or rejected are the questions that are still unanswered. To improve our understanding of the term “Indianization” we need better transcultural historiographies and an understanding of the shared cultural elements between Cambodia and India.
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