Give style to your child through this T-shirt unique inspired by the Khmer civilization , the Angkor Empire and Khmer mythology!
According to Hindu legends and writings, the Apsaras are celestial nymphs (deities) of great beauty born of the god Brahma, the creator god of Hinduism.
Indeed, the Khmer civilization (Cambodian), as well as the Khmer Empire were long Hindus before turning to Buddhism. Thus, Khmer art has long been inspired by Indian art, until finally monopolizing it and creating its own unique style that will be called Bayon art or Angkorian art.
Sometimes compared to the muses of ancient Greece, the Apsaras were born from the churning of the sea of milk (a cosmological myth in Hinduism).
On the front of this t-shirt is therefore written Apsara in the Khmer language (the language of Cambodia).
The back design of this t-shirt is thus inspired by a sculpture of an Apsara from the temple of Angkor Wat, in Cambodia.
Today, the Apsara dance—a traditional dance from Cambodia dating back to the 7th century AD—is a symbol of Khmer culture.
A dance honoring Khmer culture, traditions and mythology, where the dancers—dressed in costumes and accessories similar to those seen in the temples of Angkor—bewitch and captivate with their movements subtle and stylish.
This premium eco-friendly t-shirt is unisex, of great quality and made from 100% organic cotton. Soft and supple, it is very comfortable and will go perfectly with your children.
If you are looking for an original gift idea to offer to the children of your loved ones, this is also an ideal choice!
Item Name: Baby Apsara T-shirt
Material: 100% combed organic cotton
Sizes available: 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months.
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