[IRASEC Conference Series: Buddhism & Society]
Organised by Anne Yvonne Guillou, Anthropologist at CNRS / IRASEC
The epigraphic body of Khmer writing contains numerous references to the Brahmanic religion, but very few regarding Buddhism during the Khmer empire. Among the multitude of temples still standing today in Cambodia, the Preah Khan of Kompong Svay, located 100 km to the East of Angkor shows, through its architecture and its iconography, its affiliation to Buddhism.
This conference aims at making this temple better known, and through a study of its iconography, the presence of tantric Buddhism on its lands.
with Julia Esteve, College of Religious Studies, Mahidol Mahidol, Bangkok
Tuesday 2 October 2018 at 6:30pm
Conference in French, translated in Khmer and English
Free entry subject to availability