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Prang Ku
Nai Mueang Mueang Chaiyaphum Chaiyaphum 36000
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Description
Prang Ku is another archaeological site built with the planning and characteristics same of the archaeological sites where nursing homes were found. It consists of one principle Buddha image at the center, one Banalai (building) at the front, surrounded by a walls with the arches at the front, and a pond on the northeast side. Prang Ku was built in the 18th century with laterite bricks, except for window frames, and sandstone lintels and pillars facing the east side. The principle Buddha image is in a great condition with a twelve-rabbeted-angled square of 5 meters.
Feature
Prang Kru was built by “Phra Phisai Chai Guruwaitoonprapha" in 1724 - 1763 B.E. or the 18th Buddhism century in the Chenla period, in the reign of King Chaiyaworaman VII. The entire pagoda was made from laterite, with the entrance gate on the east side, and the rectangular walls. Inside the building, the Buddha image of the attitude of subduing Mara moved from another place is enshrined with the head of angel. Khmer art of the lintel on the door carved in the Buddhistic Triad shape implies that the Buddha has medical knowledge and makes people stay in a blissful state without disease.
Prang Kru is another architecture influenced by Khmer. The word Prang Kru is the name of a group of buildings with the same layout and style as the buildings believed during houses built in the 18th century in the reign of Chaiyaworaman VII during 1724-1763 B.E.
History
Prang Kru was built by “Phra Phisai Chai Guruwaitoonprapha" in 1724 - 1763 B.E. or the 18th Buddhism century in the Chenla period, in the reign of King Chaiyaworaman VII. The entire pagoda was made from laterite, with the entrance gate on the east side, and the rectangular walls. Inside the building, the Buddha image of the attitude of subduing Mara moved from another place is enshrined with the head of angel. Khmer art of the lintel on the door carved in the Buddhistic Triad shape implies that the Buddha has medical knowledge and makes people stay in a blissful state without disease.
Prang Kru is another architecture influenced by Khmer. The word Prang Kru is the name of a group of buildings with the same layout and style as the buildings believed during houses built in the 18th century in the reign of Chaiyaworaman VII during 1724-1763 B.E.
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Opening hours
Sunday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Monday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Tuesday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Wednesday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Thursday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Friday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Saturday
: 08:30 - 17:30
Remark (Opening hours) : -
Group of tourist
• Students / Youths / Teenagers
• Religious Tourism
• Arts & Culture / History
Transportation
• Bike
• Motorcycles
• Walk
• Car
Entrance fees
• Entrance fees: Non-fee
• Remark : -
Facilities
Hotel
Access Point
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Address
Nai Mueang Mueang Chaiyaphum Chaiyaphum 36000
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