Good morning friends, I am going to show you one such thing, it is a very beautiful architecture. The Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, is well-known for its beautiful architecture. The palace is surrounded by four walls. He moved the bank from his administrative center, Thonburi, when he became the ruler of Thailand. In addition to his residence building, Rama 1 also built this palace to build his office building. This magnificent architectural monument was later renamed the Grand Palace or Mahayana Palace, located within the precincts of the Grand Palace, Wat Fra Shi Rattana Satsadaram or Wat Kayo or Chapel Royal or Emerald Buddha. The main building of the temple is the central home of an emerald green Buddha statue. The museum of the Emerald Buddha Temple is located opposite the Phra Thinang Maha Prasat Group. On the ground floor of the museum there is an exhibition of paintings of various works of art, while the central auditorium displays white elephants.
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The picture I am showing now is Wat Phra Kayo, one of the most sacred places in Bangkok, Thailand. Wat Phra Kayo, also known as the Emerald Buddha Temple, is undoubtedly one of the holiest places in Bangkok. It would not be wrong to say that a visit to Bangkok would be incomplete without a visit to Wat Fra Kei. It has a dark green Buddha statue. According to a legend, the Emerald Buddha was once wrapped in a veil in a monument in Chiang Rai, exposed by the effects of intense lightning. Since then other kings have tried to transfer it to their own country. After touring various countries, the statue eventually settled in Watfra Keio. In keeping with the changing seasons, the statue of Emerald Buddha is covered in seasonal costumes, which are changed three times a year. In summer the statue is adorned with crowns and jewels, in winter it is covered with a golden shawl and in the rainy season you will notice that the Emerald Buddha statue is dressed in gold and turban.
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It provides a one in one recipe to the mind and body of Rishikesh, a destination rich in natural beauty. Further north of the city center of Rishikesh, on the banks of the river Ganges, is a quiet and serene Rishikesh covered for tourists. To the south of Lakshan Jhula is Swarg Ashram. The ashram is built in a unique place, where sages and devotees are engaged in yoga for their attainment. The temple resounds with the sound of the Aarti bell every morning and evening. The markets seem to be the homes of merchant sages and monks, and the famous Ganga Aarti, which carries both dramatic and religious sentiments. The west side of Lakshman Jhula is a waiting world for backpackers. Himalayan trekkers start their journey from here. Combined with the scenery, river rafting, kayaking and bungee jumping, with all these exciting staging in Rishikesh, thrilling enthusiasts fall in love year after year, giving it the nickname of India's thrilling capital.
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