These Angkor Wat documentary videos unveil the massive Hindu temple that–since it was built in the 12th century–has been the largest religious structure in the world. Angkor Wat documentary videos
A visually stunning production that opens with the narrator in the root covered ruins of Ta Prohm, a Khmer temple that French archaeologists intentionally left in its unrestored state.
Graham Hancock is a proponent of unconventional theories about an ancient civilization that disseminated a sophisticated religion of ground-sky dualism and a “science” of immortality. Stones in the Sky Video by Graham Hancock
Carved bas-reflief representations of devata (demigoddesses) were a prominent component of Angkorian temple decoration throughout the Middle Ages. The walls of Angkor Wat, the greatest of the temples, are host to hundreds of such devata.
This article links to videos and antique films of Angkor and traditional Cambodian dance presentations. The first two-part video shows contains much rare footage of Cambodian history and the Royal Dancers from the early part of the 20th century. Videos and antique films of Angkor and traditional Cambodian dance