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  • 1. FRESCO OF THE PREACHING BUDDHA -THAILAND
  • 2. APSARAS-heavenly dancinggirlsAngkor Wat, Angkor-THAILAND
  • 3. HANUMAN RAVANA
  • 4. Hanuman, the mighty ape thataided Lord Rama in his expeditionagainst evil forces, is one of the mostpopular idols in the Hindu pantheon.Believed to be an avatar of Lord Shiva,Hanuman is worshiped as a symbol ofphysical strength, perseverance anddevotion. Hanumans tale in theepic Ramayana - where he is assignedthe responsibility to locate Ramas wifeSita abducted by Ravana, the demonking of Lanka —
  • 5. Wayang Kulit- Shadow puppetplay. Java INDONESIA
  • 6. The shadow puppet plays oftentell stories from Hindu poems. Puppet shows are another famous art form of Indonesia. The puppets are usually made from wood or leather. Yet the audience never sees the puppets. The puppeteer or the Dalang moves the puppets behind a white screen to act out a story. The audience sits on the other side. It sees only the shadows of the puppets on the screen.
  • 7. DALANG
  • 8.  Wayang-means shadow and for Malay is theatre arts. PENCHAK-Indonesian fight dance similar to Martial art dance in Cotabato Legong- Indonesian dance featuring highly controlled movement of the arm with protruding nails. Okir-a muslim art.Design done in a wood or metal. Gamelan- Musical ensemble Indonesia. Orchestra is the equivalent in the Philippines
  • 9. Okir- malaysia Okir Mindanao, Philippines Pangalay PhilippinesLegongIndonesia
  • 10. Gamelan-Indonesia Orchestra- Philippines
  • 11. Wayang Topeng- Masked dance Bali, INDONESIA
  • 12. Ruined temples-Angkor Thom CAMBODIA
  • 13. SHWESANDAW CETIYA-building that combines stupa andshrine MYANMAR
  • 14. CETIYAThis word means a building that combines shrine and stupaA place of religious devotion or commemoration,:a place where devotion is paid to a deity or deities, as in Shinto.the tomb of a saint or other venerated person.a location where an important event in the life of a holy person isthought to have occurred. A dome-shaped monument, used to house Buddhist relics or to commemorate significant facts of Buddhism or Jainism. Also called tope.
  • 15. SHWE DAGON PAGODA MYANMAR
  • 16. WATER PAVILION-THAILAND
  • 17. THAT LUANG STUPA VIENTIANE,LAOS
  • 18. SHIVA AND UMA- Sandstone CAMBODIA
  • 19. SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH PHILIPPINES
  • 20. Batik-National artof Indonesia T’nalak Philippines
  • 21. DHYANI-BUDDHA in Borobudur JAVA,INDONESIA
  • 22. TEMPLE OF SHIVA-Java Indonesia
  • 23. THE SPOLARIUM-PHILIPPINES
  • 24. Shiva
  • 25. Similaritie sSoutheastAsian Arts
  • 26. Southeast Asian Arts are generally influenced by their religion, history and cultural traditions.The meanings, symbols and purpose of the art forms are related to their religion,culture, and history of the country.The design may be similar and vary on the type of religion belief materials and creativity of the
  • 27. Maam