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Japanese tourists flock to Hindu temple at center of Cambodia-Thailand dispute

Japanese tourists flock to Hindu temple at center of Cambodia-Thailand dispute

Preah Vihear, an ancient, cliff-top temple that Cambodia and Thailand have sporadically fought over for more than a century, is proving to be a hit with Japanese tourists, who last year accounted for the largest number of foreign visitors there. [...]

April 8, 2017 HHR Archives, Cambodia - Kampuchea, News updates 0

Ancient Hindu temple statues returned to Cambodia

Ancient Hindu temple statues returned to Cambodia

Cambodia has welcomed home three ancient Hindu statues, which were stolen from a temple decades ago. Authorities said the statues were looted from the Koh Ker temple in Siem Reap province, which also houses Angkor Wat, during the civil war. The statues which were returned from the United States, depict mythological figures Duryodhana, Balarama and [...]

June 4, 2014 HHR Archives, Cambodia - Kampuchea Comments Off on Ancient Hindu temple statues returned to Cambodia

Hindus of Cambodia – Kampuchea

Hindus of Cambodia – Kampuchea

Cambodia was first influenced by Hinduism during the beginning of the Funan kingdom. Hinduism was one of the Khmer Empire’s official religions. Cambodia is the home to one of the only two temples dedicated to Brahma in the world. Angkor Wat of Cambodia is the largest Hindu temple in the world. Laos used to be [...]

September 24, 2012 HHR Cambodia - Kampuchea Comments Off on Hindus of Cambodia – Kampuchea