365.190/ Apsara Dancers

365.190/ Apsara Dancers

365.190/ Apsara Dancers

© 2013 Jeremy Villasis. All Rights Reserved.

Project 365/190. The Apsara Dance is a khmer classical dance that depicts the female spirits of the Hindu and Buddhist mythologies. They are often portrayed as beautiful supernatural beings superb in the art of dancing.

It is a popular draw for tourists in many of Siem Reaps establishments.

Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Taken on: 9th July, 2013. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See jeremyvillasis's page of Flickr

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