Buddha Image

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Amnat Charoen Province - Tourism - Sights - Amphoe Phana
... a Lanna-style chapel which houses the principle Buddha image "Phra Lao Thep Nimit" ... Built in 1720, the Buddha image, in the form of subduing Mara and decorated with gold leaf, is considered the most beautiful Buddha image of the Northeast Region ... park houses a sacred shrine as well as a Buddha images showing his birth, enlightenment, the first sermon and in a reclining mannere ...
Sing Buri Province - Tourism - Sights
... regarding the construction of ubosoth (ordination halls), viharn (image halls), sala (open air pavilions) and particularly regarding the sculpture of Buddha images ... Inside the viharn (image hall), a large reclining Buddha image is enshrined ... Furthermore, there are two other Buddha images Phra Kan and Phra Kaeo ...
Suphanburi Province - Tourism - Temples and Shrines
... Wat Phra Rup (วัดพระรูป) The ancient temple houses a reclining Buddha statue, which is said to have the most beautiful face in Thailand ... Another interesting antique is a wooden Buddha footprint ... a royal painter painted the delicate murals featuring the life of the Lord Buddha ...
Buddha Utthayan
... Buddha Utthayan (Thai พุทธอุทยาน, Buddhist Park) is a park-like area in Khao Dan Phra Bat, Tambon Bung, just north of Amnat Charoen ... also called Phra Yai (Thai ใหญ่), a major Buddha image located in the park ... Phra Mongkhon Ming Mueang is a Buddha image in the attitude of Subduing Mara ...
Wat Phra Lao Thep Nimit
... The temple has a Lanna-style chapel which houses the principal Buddha image Phra Lao Thep Nimit ... Built in 1720, the Buddha image, in subduing Mara attitude decorated by gold leaves, is considered the most beautiful Buddha image of Northeast Region ... The Buddha image was probably built a bit after such period, assumed from appearance of local art style such as face pattern, higher flame over the head, lap and feet ...

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