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Baksei Chamkrong South Of Angkor Thom South Gate


Baksei Chamkrong South Of Angkor Thom South Gate


  • Baksei Chamkrong is the small brick Temple on the left side of the road entering the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Baksei Chamkrong was constructed sometime between 944 to 968. It also is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
  • Baksei Chamkrong is constructed of laterite and was covered in stucco. The doorways and lintels were carved from sandstone. If one climbs the stairways to the top there one can see the lintels above the doorways. The one pictured here is of Indra a stride his three headed elephant called Airavata in Hindu mythology.