Origin of Man in Southeast Asia 3―Indianization and the Temples of the Mainland; Part 1: Funan, Champa and Chenla is a work about the process of Indianization and the many temples still standing or excavated, which were built by the peoples of the early states in mainland Southeast Asia from the beginning until the end of the 1st millennium AD.
This first part gives account about the Indianization of the region and the various temples built by the peoples of Funan, Champa and Chenla.
The second part describes the ancient temple ruins of the early Angkorain states, such as Mahendraparvata, Hariharalaya, Lingapura and Yasodharapura.
The third part includes those temples of the early city-states in the northern peninsula (or today’s southern Thailand), the Mon Dvaravati realm in modern Thailand and Laos, the Pyu cities in Upper Burma and the Burman principality of early Pagan.
Every part is illustrated with plenty of images.