October 30, 2011

Maritime Museum, Singapore. A memory, a tribute to Indian Ocean Community.

http://bharatkalyan97.blogspot.com/2011/10/maritime-museum-singapore-memory.html

30.10.11

Maritime Museum, Singapore. A memory, a tribute to Indian Ocean Community.

Cloth sold and traded at Calicut, a port of call in India.
Spices sold and traded along sea routes.
A replica of a snake-charmer at booth India.

A closer look at Singapore's first maritime museum

See 136 slides at: http://www.relax.com.sg/relax/media/768608.html

Details of Indian Ocean Community.

https://sites.google.com/site/indianoceancommunity1/hindu-kingdoms


See also Kalachakra:


Model of Khmer Chariot

This model is displayed here to illustrate a typical Khmer chariot used in battles.

Chola – Khmer Alliance:
Some historians have interpreted that the gift of the Khmer chariot from Suryavarman I to Rajendrachola is the Khmer response to a threat and military pressure from Srivijaya. The date of the gift would correspond to the strongest period of Srivijaya’s control over the Straits trade route.

Maritime trade and cultural developments, from the 6th century, in Bharatam (India) and Java/Khmers/Funan are closely intertwined. The Pancaratra tradition of Bharatam finds its expression in the magnificent temple for Vishnu in Angkor Wat, Cambodia.


Kalyanaraman

Member, Action Committee Against Corruption in India (ACACI)

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