A group of architects are documenting one of the centuries-old Buddhist pagodas.
Pagodas are more than religious hubs, ritualistic activities and meditation centres of Cambodian communities. Khmer people, especially those steeped in superstition and the supernatural, consider it to be the resting abode for souls of the deceased.
In Cambodia, life for more than 90 percent of the population revolves around pagodas. The pagodas for worshippers are also cultural and religious hubs, educational centre and shelter for students and the underprivileged.
A senior monk calls for all pagodas in the Kingdom to establish libraries.
Cambodia celebrates Visak Bochea Day every year, the day of birth of the Buddha. As a Buddhist country, Cambodia marks the Visak Bochea Day as one of the most important public holidays observed across provinces and cities.
We all surely had a great time on Khmer New Year. There were vibrant and loud celebrations everywhere in the country as we all got reunited with our loved ones and made the most of our well-deserved long holiday.
Bun Veasna says spirits walk among the living during Pchum Ben.
Pagodas are busy preparing for visitors for the first day of Pchum Ben.
Tourism and Religion Ministries are preparing to reintroduce ten pagodas in Battambang.
Pm Hun Sen challenges who burned his effigies to burn images of dragons.