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Thai-Cambodian Culture - Relationship through Arts

Thailand and Cambodia are very close neighbours with common borders and cultural relations. The Thai people received and adopted some arts and culture from ancient Cambodia. The pre-Thai scripts and spoken words were adopted from Khmer native language. The development of Cambodian arts can be seen in the Thai art of the Lopburi period (11th to 15th century A.D.) It was occupied by the Khmers and as such the art of this period is known locally as Khmer art which deals with Mahayana elements.

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Filename:thai_cambodian_art.pdf
Album name:elibrary / Art and Culture
Keywords:Thai / Cambodian / Culture / Arts
Author:Ms Charuwan Chareonla
Tradition:Theravada
Country:Thailand
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Date added:Jan 04, 2016
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