Did you possibly mean samsara?
- n. Apsara is a female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist mythology.
“About a hundred years ago, some scholars began using the Hindu term apsara, and that became more common over time.”
“With photos, he juxtaposes ancient scenes depicted in stone carvings and their modern corollaries, from a woman getting a head massage to the carved dancers known as "apsara," who resemble today's traditional Khmer performers.”
“The lotus base that she dances upon implies her celestial nature and thereby earns her the designation of "apsara”
“Of all the thousands of carvings in the Angkor temples, of apsara and Hindu gods and legends, there is one dinosaur," he marvels.”
“Tagged with Angkor Wat, apsara research, Cambodian History, devata research, Heritage Watch.”
“Portraits of devata / apsara 044-081 on the outside west wall of the West Gopura of Angkor Wat.”
“Portraits of devata / apsara 102-119 on the inside east wall of the West Gopura of Angkor Wat.”
“According to one Cambodian legend, the race descended from the union of a holy man and a celestial dancer, or apsara.”
“Portraits of devata / apsara 019-043 on the outside west wall of the West Gopura of Angkor Wat.”
“Portraits of devata / apsara 016-043 on the inside east wall of the West Gopura of Angkor Wat.”
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