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Ku Ka Sing
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Operating time : 08.30 - 16.30

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This Khmer-style ancient religious area is situated in a present-day temple named Wat Burapha Ku Ka Sing in Tambon Ku Ka Sing. Comprising three Prangs (spires) on the same laterite base, with rectangular library buildings in front, it is believed to date from the early 1000s. The ruins are surrounded by a wall, with entrance pavilions known as Gopura at the four directions. Outside is a U-shaped moat surrounding the wall. It is believed the site was dedicated to the worship of Hindu god Shiva.The central Prang is larger than the other two prangs. It has a long antechamber with three entrances at the front and at two sides. The base of the Prang is made of sandstone and carved with lotus petals and the flame-like Kanok figures. Inside the inner chamber of the central prang, there is a Shiva Lingam, which represents the Supreme God Shiva and fertility, according to the beliefs of a Shiva-worshippingsect of Hinduism. One of the lintels found at the ancient site depicts the God Indra on his mount – the Erawan or Airavata elephant – in a stylized arch above the Kala face whose hands hold the garland. There are two routes to get there. Follow the Roi Et – Kaset Wisai route or Highway No. 214 for 47 kilometers and continue on the Kaset Wisai – Suwannaphumi route for 10 kilometers. Turn right to Ku Ka Sing for 10 kilometers. Alternatively, take the Roi Et – Suwannaphum – Surin route (Highway No. 215) and continue onto Highway 214 for 60 kilometers until reaching a temple named Wat Ku Phra Kona. Opposite the temple is a route to Ku Ka Sing, which is about 18 kilometers further.

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