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  Vajimukha

 

Cambodia

A statue of Vajimukha, which is a Sanskrit term that means ‘horse face’. It is one of two equine forms of Vishnu, the other one being Kalkin. In Khmer art, Vajimukha is represented by a human body with the crowned head of a horse.