Hindu-Buddhist architecture in Southeast Asia
Hinduism and Buddhism have in Southeast Asia prompted impressive architecture, including Angkor Vat and the Borubodur, with a lasting influence on the architecture of the area. This book is the first stylistic history of Hindu-Buddhist architecture in the area from the beginning until today. The contrasts and similarities described between the religious structures of the different countries shed light on the religious history of the area.
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Chapter One Indigenous Culture and Indianization
Chapter Four Mainland Southeast Asia during the Period
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Angkor period Angkor Wat archaeological architectural history Arjuno Ayutthaya Banteay Srei Baphuon base Bayon Borobudur brick building Burma Burmese caitya-grha Cambodia Candi Kalasan Candi Loro Jonggrang Candi Mendut Candi Pawon Candi Sewu capital cella central Java Central Javanese period centre century Cham Champa Chedi Chinese Coedes complex construction Dieng Plateau DJKI early Indianization East Javanese period eastern Java EFEO Elevation of Candi erected example excavations Fu-nan gallery Gunung Hindu Hindu-Buddhist architecture Hindu-Javanese Hinduism indigenous Indonesian inscriptions Jayavarman Jayavarman VII Kalasan Kedu Khmer architecture king kingdom Location of Monuments Mahayana Buddhism main sanctuary Mandalay Mi-son mountain Pagan Pagoda period of early Phnom Prambanan Prasat Preah radiating arches regarded region reign reliefs religion religious roof Sailendra Sanskrit Satchanalai sculpture Southeast Asia Sriksetra Srivijaya stiipa stone structure stupa style Sukhothai temple terrace Thai Thailand tower Vietnam vihara walls Wat Mahathat Wat Phra