210 จำนวนผู้เข้าชม | Isan
Maha Sarakham Province
Ku Mahathat (Prang Ku Ban Kwao) Ku Mahathat or Prang Ku Ban Kwao have construction age of over 700 years ago which is a laterite Mahayana Buddhist religious place whose architectural structure resembles other archeological ruins, especially Arokayasala or hospital. During the reign of Khmer king Chaivoraman VII in the 18th century, there were 107 hospitals like this standing around the kingdom. It was the tradition to construct a religious place together with a hospital. The religious places share a fixed building format plan: the Bannalai main castle must be surrounded by cloister, and there must be a pond adjacent to the northeastern corner of the wall.
Nowadays, Ku Mahathat or Prang Ku Ban Kwao is one of Thailand’s archeological ruins. It was officially declared on the Government Gazette in 1935. Meanwhile it is also considered a place of worship among Ban Kwao residents. The ceremony to pour water onto Ku ban Kwao take place annually on the 15th day of waxing moon of the 5th month. In addition to pouring water and performing meritorious deeds, typically there is a small shopping fair. The ceremony also features entertaining activities, e.g. drum contest, Isan folk singing, tom-tom performance and sky rockets.
How to get there: Visitors can reach Ku Mahathat (Prang Ku Ban Kwao) by car. Drive along Chaeng Sanit Road for 13 kilometers (Highway 208 Maha Sarakham - Roi Et).
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