Posted on 08/20/2009

Photo taken on August  9, 2009

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Lady dancer in Siem Reap

Lady dancer in Siem Reap
Typical female, or néang, costume consists of a silk garment called a sâmpót sarâbăp; it is a type of sarong intricately woven with gold and silver threads. The sâmpót is wrapped around the lower body, pleated in the front and secured with a gold belt. Worn over the left shoulder is a shawl-like garment called a sbai (also known as the rôbăng khnâng, literally 'back cover'), it is the most decorative part of the costume, embroidered extensively with tiny beads and sequins; the usual embroidery pattern for the sbai these days is a diamond pattern, but in the past there were floral patterns too. Under the sbai is a silk undershirt called an av păk with only a short sleeve on the left arm. Around the neck is an embroidered collar called a srâng kâr.

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Eine wunderschöne Tänzerin.
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très bien ;-)
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