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12th Century Cambodia Temple Restoration in Third phase: Indian Archaeologists

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New Delhi, Feb 14, 2017: The place became immensely popular after Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie’s starrer Tomb Raider movie. But, Indian archaeologists have the onus for restoring Ta Prohm temple to its former glory. It’s near Angkor Wat and it’s now entering the third phase.

It dates back to 12th century and is the part of Angkor Wat temple complex. It is said to be dedicated to Lord Brahma. The team of Archeological Survey of India has undertaken the third phase of the project and it is carried out under the supervision of a multi-national committee constituting of 20 countries.

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The project will take 10 years to complete and its cost is estimated to be Rs 27 crore. The first phase commenced in 2004 after Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s visit.

Due to encumbering huge roots in temple, Cambodian government requested India for salvaging. ASI officials stated “The ASI has decided to not to cut the trees to retain the ancient glory of the heritage complex,” said ASI officials.

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Prior Ta Prohm, ASI restored Angkor Wat temple complex from 1986 to 1993. India has been restoring heritage complex in various South East Asian countries as it’s a part of Indian diplomacy. India also offered its assistance to Vietnam for restoring a Hindu temple belonging to the Champ civilisation. The Myson temple bears a striking resemblance to Indian temples built had that time, mentioned Indian Express.

India also offered its assistance to Vietnam for restoring a Hindu temple belonging to the Champ civilisation. The Myson temple bears a striking resemblance to Indian temples built had that time.

The temple located in Quang Nam province has already been surveyed by the ASI and it will be taking care of restoration.

– prepared by NewsGram Team

 

  • donkeyslobber

    please try not to preface archaeological news with hollywood crap. thanks.

  • Stephen Wood

    Where did you get the name donkeyslobber? it’s fantastic

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Motorola Brings its One Vision Smartphone in India

There are artificial intelligence (AI) features, like smart composition, auto smile capture, portrait lighting, shot optimisation and Google Lens integration

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However, the Motorola brand launched devices three times less than other leading brands in India in 2018. Pixabay

Refreshing its line-up in India, Lenovo-owned Motorola on Thursday launched company’s One Vision smartphone with 48 MP camera and Android One OS for Rs 19,999.

With an elegant, narrow design that makes it easy to hold and use with one hand, the phone boasts an industry-first 21:9 CinemaVision 6.3-inch Full HD+ display.

“To maximise your movies and video experience on the go and an edge-to-edge movie theatre feel, the ultra-wide cinematic display is supported by 128 GB (expandable up to 512 GB) storage capacity,” the company said in a statement.

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Motorola cuts down the cost of Moto G5S by 1000 in India. Wikimedia Commons

The 48 MP rear camera comes equipped with optical image stabilisation (OIS) and night vision mode. The device is equipped with a 25 MP front-facing camera.

There are artificial intelligence (AI) features, like smart composition, auto smile capture, portrait lighting, shot optimisation and Google Lens integration.

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“We will continue to partner with Google to exceed software requirements and deliver monthly security updates for three years, an up-to-date OS and a simple interface through Android One,” the company said. (IANS)