Wat Thammikarat, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province

Wiharn Kaw Hong (Wiharn Nine rooms) of Wat Thammikarat, Ayutthaya
This temple is located in front of the Royal Palace of Ayutthaya. According to the chronicle of the north, this was founded by Phraya Thammikarat, a son of King Sainam Phung before the Ayutthaya Period. It was then called Wat Mukkharat; since then the name was changed in honour of the founder.

Chedi Singh Lom

Important monuments which may be found inside the temple are; the chaple which used to enshrine a huge bronze Buddha image (now on displayed at the Chao Sam Phraya National Museum); a bell-shaped chedi; an Ordination Hall; and a hall housing a reclining buddha image. All these monuments are of the Ayutthaya style of the 14th to the 17th century.

A hall housing of a reclining buddha image

The head of Buddha image from Wat Thamikaraj. U-Thong style
which featuring the image can be dated back to the period before the establishment of Ayutthaya Capital City

Singh, particularly due to Khmer and Chinese artistic influences, around Chedi Wat Thammikarat.
Chedi Singh Lom was an only one Wiharn Singh Lom in Ayutthaya

Singhat at Chedi Wat Thammikarat


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