Ku Phra Kona

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Ku Phra Kona was constructed in Bapuan, Khmer art during B.E. 16. It consists of three brick pagoda with the pediment engraving in Ramayana and Naraibantomsin above the front gate. The lintel of the gate in the west falling on the ground was in Vishnu on the garuda. The pagoda in the south has the lintel above the fake door while that in the north has the image of the deva sitting in the crystal house above the Kala. There is the lintel falling on the ground at the entrance which is the image of Shiva sitting on the cow

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