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    05 February 2013
    A royal procession Tuesday carried a portion of King-Father Norodom Sihanouk’s cremains to the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers, a place known as Chaktomuk and considered supernaturally powerful by many Cambodians. The cremains were walked onto a ceremonial boat by a delegation led by Prince Norodom Yuvaneath, one of Sihanouk’s sons. The boat floated into the river before the cremains were cast into the water. VOA Khmer reporter Heng Reaksmey has more.

    Sihanouk’s Cremains Cast to the Rivers of Cambodia

    Published 06.02.2013

    A royal procession Tuesday carried a portion of King-Father Norodom Sihanouk’s cremains to the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers, a place known as Chaktomuk and considered supernaturally powerful by many Cambodians. The cremains were walked onto a ceremonial boat by a delegation led by Prince Norodom Yuvaneath, one of Sihanouk’s sons. The boat floated into the river before the cremains were cast into the water. VOA Khmer reporter Heng Reaksmey has more.


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