Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Prasat ku kona a khmer site in roi et, thailand
Ku Ka Sing an Ku Kona are 17 kilometers apart. Connected by a back road that shaves a bit of time off the main route and can be followed by the signs along the way. The Prasat now in a thaibuddhist temple is one of the best examples I have seen of the desecration thaibuddhist commit on ancient khmer sites. All I can say is watch the video and judge for yourself. I wonder how the Department of Eine Fart or Fine Art decides on site restoration and clean up. And I wonder how thaibuddhists would react to me hanging crucifix, crosses or christian, jewish or other paraphernalia around Buddha images?