Wolfgang's photos with the Apsara

Dancing girls waiting for their performance

Dancing girls waiting for their performance
Schoolgirls dressed in the costume of Sekar Jepun (flower costume) ready for their performance dance in front of politic officers opening an temple complex in the province Mengwi on Bali.
Balinese dancing is obligated to learn for all pupils in Balinese…
Added on April 23, 2018

This Apsara is for sale

This Apsara is for sale
For sale, very fine and beautiful sandstone carvings are for sale to tourists for a noble price.
All creditcards - include the Card Blanche (!!!) are accepted.
(Outside the tourist place some shops at the Old Market are selling fine carvings cheaper for…
Added on March  7, 2012

The smiling Apsara in Baphoun temple

The smiling Apsara in Baphoun temple
These divine creatures are said to have the ability to change their forms and as the willing servants of Indra they used their seductive charms and beauty to seduce mortals, kings and wise men who may have threatened Indra’s power. The goddesses would app…
Added on March  6, 2012

Apsara portrait

Apsara portrait
Who are the ancient Khmer Goddesses of Angkor Wat?
Meet the women of Angkor Wat (and other Khmer temples) face to face.
Apsaras are so beautiful, supernatural female beings. They are youthful and elegant, and superb in the art of looking.
Added on March  5, 2012

Apsaras in Angkor Wat

Apsaras in Angkor Wat
According to Hindu legend the “elixir of immortality” was lost in the mythological Ocean of Milk and the gods went looking for it. It is said that these goddesses were born from the ocean of milk; water nymphs that were pulled from the ocean by the Hindu…
Added on March  5, 2012

It does not make sense to censor Apsaras beautiness

It does not make sense to censor Apsaras beautiness
My swiss friend tried to censor the aesthetic upper body of an Apsara, but there are too many of this beautiful carved master pieces. The present alive Apsaras got more puritanical.
Added on March  5, 2012

The Nymphs and Goddesses of Angkor Wat

The Nymphs and Goddesses of Angkor Wat
At the Angkor Wat Complex there are two types of females represented Apsaras and Devatas. The former are always dancing or poised ready to dance and the latter are standing still and facing forward in their role as temple guardians.
Added on March  5, 2012

Apsara as guardian

Apsara as guardian
This angle is standing still and facing forward in their role as temple guardians.
Added on March  5, 2012

An Apsara อัปสร in Mueang Boran

An Apsara อัปสร in Mueang Boran
Apsaras are said to be able to change their shape at will, and rule over the fortunes of gaming and gambling.
My Apsara for already three decades.
Added on February 17, 2011