The Khmer Empire was influenced by India and it helped shape the empire. The people of this empire adapted the indian culture and lifestyles.

Indian influences also helped shape the Khmer empire.The Khmer people adapted Indian writing, mathematics, archictecture, and art.

Khmer Empire c. 900 CE (Illustration) - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Khmer Empire c. 900 CE

Map of Southeast Asia in the Blue Violet: Ayutthaya Kingdom Dark Green: Lan Xang Purple: Lanna Orange: Sukhothai Kingdom Red: Khmer Empire Yellow: Champa Blue: Dai Viet

TOP 10 Awesomes Places On Our Planet   - YouMustBeHere.com

TOP 10 Awesomes Places On Our Planet

TOP 10 Awesomes Places On Our Planet - YouMustBeHere.com

Which Ancient Cities Knew All About How to be Urban and Green at Once?: Angkor Wat (Cambodia)

Which Ancient Cities Knew All About How to be Urban and Green at Once?

Angkor or Khmer Empire Ruled Southeast Asia between 800 and 1300 AD: The East gate of Angkor Thom featuring a giant face at the famous temple area of Angkor Archeological Park on December 2008 in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Cambodia, Angkor A region that served as the seat of the Khmer empire from the 9th to the 15th century.

Cambodia, Angkor A region that served as the seat of the Khmer empire from the…

Excellent Animation of the Khmer Empire at its height 800 years ago!

All rights go to Monash University, being the creators of this amazing animation, based on factual studies and findings.

Angkor Thom Angkor Thom located in present-day Cambodia, was the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire. It was established in the late twelfth century by King Jayavarman VII.

Angkor Thom Angkor Thom located in present-day Cambodia, was the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire.

Singapore traditional dance at the great Khmer empire temple - Angkor Wat - YouTube

Singapore traditional dance at the great Khmer empire temple - Angkor Wat

Pyramid Temple-Prasat Thom, Koh Ker, Cambodia

Photographs and infomrmation of Koh Ker, the former capital of Khmer Empire and the most remote archeological site in Cambodia.

The Collapse of Angkor: One of the over two hundred faces carved in the towers of Bayon, a 12th century Angkorian temple. The faces may be representations of Buddha, the bodhisattva Lokesvara, Angkorian King Jayavarman VII, who built the temple, or a combination

Collapse of Angkor and The End of the Khmer Empire

The end of the Khmer Empire (or Angkor civilization) came about as a direct result of the civilization's inability to adapt to an extended drought brought about by climate change.

Ancient City of Angkor much bigger than thought - Angkor, the ancient capital of the Khmer Empire, has been mapped for the first time using laser light. The technique called LIDAR, which uses billions of reflected light beams to map the topography below a thick forest canopy, revealed that the city was even more massive than previously thought.

Angkor Wat, built between A. 1113 and 1150 by king Suryavarman II, is one of the largest temple complexes ever erected. Initially a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu, Angkor Wat was converted in the century to a Buddhist temple.

Angkor Wat, the largest single religious monument in the world is only a part of Angor the ancient capital of the Khmer empire, once the largest metropolis one the planet

Angkor Wat - photo guide to the lost city

Angkor Wat, the largest single religious monument in the world is only a part of Angor the ancient capital of the Khmer empire, once the largest metropolis one the planet

.~Nestled between rice paddies and stretched along the Siem Reap River, the small provincial town of Siem Reap serves as the gateway to the ancient temple ruins of the Khmer Empire~. /adeleburgess/

Nestled between rice paddies and stretched along the Siem Reap River, the small provincial town of Siem Reap serves as the gateway to the ancient temple ruins of the Khmer Empire, Cambodia.

Prasat Krahom (Red Temple), Koh Ker, Cambodia

Photographs and infomrmation of Koh Ker, the former capital of Khmer Empire and the most remote archeological site in Cambodia.

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