Facebook Twitter Flickr YouTube

'Queen Indradevi' - 39.5cm x 20cm

Consort to the great King Jayavarman VII

Product Code: PAOI6 Country: Cambodia Cambodia


Free UK delivery on all Orders!


After the death of his first wife Queen Jayarajadevi, Jayavarman VII married her sister Indradevi. These two women are commonly thought to have been a great inspiration to Jayavarman VII particularly in his unusual devotion to Buddhism, as only one prior Khmer king was a Buddhist. Has King and Consort they improved significantly the power of the Khmer empire and oversaw construction of the great temples of Bayon and Ta Prohm at Angkor.

For ease of shipping the painting is unframed and unstretched. Framing and/or stretching of the painting can easily be arranged prior to shipping. Please contact us directly if that is required - customer.services@hdasianart.com.

Material: Oil Dimensions (HxWxD): 39.5cm x 20cm

Shipping & Returns Policy


All prices include the cost of shipping within the UK mainland. As such no additional delivery, postage or packing costs will be displayed during the order process. For items less than 2Kg we ship using Royal Mail Special Delivery. Packages will be delivered next day by 1pm and are tracked. Packages over 2Kg are sent using Royal Mail Parcelforce and are guaranteed for delivery within 2 days of delivery.

Whilst an element of postage is included within the cost of each piece an additional surcharge will be automatically calculated during the order process for those shipments being sent outside of the UK.

EUROPE – Royal Mail (Parcelforce) or DHL Ground shipping typically takes 2-3 days for delivery.

USA – Royal Mail (Parcelforce) or DHL Ground shipping typically takes 3-6 days for delivery.

REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) – Royal Mail (Parcelforce) or DHL Ground shipping typically takes over 3 days for delivery.


We offer a 100% guarantee that the art offered on our website will be as described on the website. Unless otherwise stated all of our pieces are contemporary reproductions or 18th and 19th century antiques. Whilst many resemble much older antiques, frequently on display in National museums, they are not original pieces in that respect.

We hope to delight with all orders. However, if within 7 days of receiving your order, you change your mind, for whatever reason, we will be happy to offer you a full refund, credited to the original payment method.

For more information please read our Shipping Policy & Returns Policy