Panel of Davatas at Angkor Wat in Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia - Encircle Photos

9 Panel of Davatas at Angkor Wat in Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia

These davatas are five of the estimated 2,000 carvings of women throughout Angkor Wat. A large percent of these bas-reliefs are still in good condition showing remarkable detail in their jewelry, headdresses and facial features. Most of them are considered to be custodians or guardians of the temple. A few of the carvings show women dancing. These are called apsaras or tep apsar.

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Angkor Wat, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

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