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This statue is known as Tep Pranam in Khmer (Tep means Deva, Pranam means añjali). Tep Pranam is only used for a female divinity with hands joined.
This worshiper made in wood ‘Kakoh’ protected by lacquers and paints in different layers and highlights the ‘can kbin’ style of dress.
A cavity carved into the stomach was used to keep sacred deposits; small Buddha figures, relics or palm-leaf texts to make the statue a sacred object. This statue is considered a masterpiece of post-Angkorian sculpture.