Cultural Relics of King of Fire and King of Water in Vietnam’s Central Highlands

Lương Thanh Sơn


King of Fire, King of Water whether it is of Cham origin or not is a question for scientists. But the Cham culture, a long-standing culture, left a strong imprint on the central strip of Vietnam. Historically, the connection between the forest and the sea, which is also the connection between the central coast and the highlands of Vietnam, has created conditions for Cham culture to have the opportunity to exchange cultures with the residents of the Central Highlands. Those cultural vestiges, whether verified or not, still show the presence of Cham culture in the Central Highlands of Vietnam with many types of relics that have contributed to understanding the cultural history. Truong Son ethnic groups - Central Highlands with ethnic groups living together in the region create the diversity of Vietnamese culture in the past, present and future.

Keywords: King of Fire, King of Water, Central Highlands of Vietnam, Cham culture, cultural vestiges

DOI: 10.7176/JCSD/65-02

Publication date:July 31st 2021


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