This article is based on research presented by Trudy Jacobsen in her book “Lost Goddesses: The Denial of Female Power in the History of Cambodia”.
The women of Angkor Wat, frequently called devata and apsaras, are related to many divine, semi-divine and mortal Asian females.
A wartime twist of fate made Paul Cravath one of the only Westerners in history to gain full access to the formerly sequestered troupe of the Royal Cambodian Ballet.
Provocative, well researched and an indispensable research source, David Gordon White gives clear, detailed insights into the origins and evolution of Tantric practices. Kiss of the Yogini by David Gordon White Book Review