Stunning sculptures in Thailand (part2)
Among the characters of Buddhism and Hinduism, there is a giant creature called Yak. Yak, although a creature with scary and outspoken behaviors is usually very benevolent. The most beautiful statue of Yak is in Bangkok’s Grand Palace, opposite the entrance, which is called Watt Fara Cayo. A sword in hand protects the palace from evil spirits. A similar example of this statue can be seen at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Wat Phra Kaew, Emerald Buddha
The Wara Fra Cai Buddha statue, made from a piece of jade in the 14th century, is known as the Emerald Buddha and is one of the most well-known and respected emerald statues in Thailand. This statue is located in a hall full of patterns and this place has become more beautiful despite this Buddha. The Buddha’s clothes are changed by the king himself throughout the year.
Wat Plai Laem, Guanyin
A spectacular statue of Guanyin called Watt Playe Laim is located on the scenic island of Koh Samui. This statue is one of the most amazing and memorable statues in this land. The statue of Guanyin is made in Chinese style and has at least 18 arms and his foot is placed on a dragon. This statue is a goddess of love and mercy and is located on a small lake. If you ever go to Samoa, be sure to visit this statue.
Wat Rong Khun
The dazzling White Wong Rong Temple in Chaing Rai is one of the most beautiful temples with delicate and inlaid sculptures in the world. There are statues and statues of Buddhists and Hindus, from the scary Naga to the God of Death and Rahu.
There is a small temple called Erawan in Bangkok that houses the statue of Phra Phrom, the chosen one of the Hindu god Brahma. This golden statue with the role of Brahma and three heads can be seen in the background of very beautiful architecture. This temple is a popular place for Thai dancers. In 2015, terrorists attacked the tomb, and some worshipers in the temple died tragically.
Ganesh, Chachungu Province
Although Ganesha is known in Thailand as the Hindu god (also known as Phra Phikanet in Thailand), he is still revered and worshiped by many as the god of luck and success. Wat Saman Rattanaram (Wat Saman Rattanaram) in Chachoengsao Province is a large and lush Ganesha with sharp and striking colors. In this province, there are two giant statues of the god Philosopher (the head of the god Ganesha is in the shape of an elephant’s head).