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The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, that houses a statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god Brahma. A popular tourist attraction, it often features performances by resident Thai dance troupes, who are hired by worshippers in return for seeing their prayers at the shrine answered. On 21 March 2006, a man vandalised the shrine and was killed by bystanders. However, two months after the incident a new Brahma statue was completed and placed in the shrine on 21 May 2006.

The shrine is located by the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, at the Ratchaprasong intersection of Ratchadamri Road in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is near the Bangkok Skytrain’s Chitlom Station, which has an elevated walkway overlooking the shrine. The area has many shopping malls nearby, including Gaysorn, CentralWorld and Amarin Plaza.

The Erawan Shrine was built in 1956 as part of the government-owned Erawan Hotel to eliminate the bad karma believed caused by laying the foundations on the wrong date.

The hotel’s construction was delayed by a series of mishaps, including cost overruns, injuries to laborers, and the loss of a shipload of Italian marble intended for the building. Furthermore, the Ratchaprasong Intersection had once been used to put criminals on public display.

An astrologer advised building the shrine to counter the negative influences. The Brahma statue was designed and built by the Department of Fine Arts and enshrined on 9 November 1956. The hotel’s construction thereafter proceeded without further incident. In 1987, the hotel was demolished and the site used for the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel.

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Thai dance – Erawan Shrine, Thailand

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  1. WildFilmsIndia says:

    Thai devotee performing evening prayer as the dancers are performing at
    Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand.

    The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, that houses a
    statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god
    Brahma. A popular tourist attraction, it often features performances by
    resident Thai dance troupes, who are hired by worshippers in return for
    seeing their prayers at the shrine answered. On 21 March 2006, a man
    vandalised the shrine and was killed by bystanders. However, two months
    after the incident a new Brahma statue was completed and placed in the
    shrine on 21 May 2006.

    The shrine is located by the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, at the Ratchaprasong
    intersection of Ratchadamri Road in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand.
    It is near the Bangkok Skytrain’s Chitlom Station, which has an elevated
    walkway overlooking the shrine. The area has many shopping malls nearby,
    including Gaysorn, CentralWorld and Amarin Plaza.

    The Erawan Shrine was built in 1956 as part of the government-owned Erawan
    Hotel to eliminate the bad karma believed caused by laying the foundations
    on the wrong date.

    The hotel’s construction was delayed by a series of mishaps, including cost
    overruns, injuries to laborers, and the loss of a shipload of Italian
    marble intended for the building. Furthermore, the Ratchaprasong
    Intersection had once been used to put criminals on public display.

    An astrologer advised building the shrine to counter the negative
    influences. The Brahma statue was designed and built by the Department of
    Fine Arts and enshrined on 9 November 1956. The hotel’s construction
    thereafter proceeded without further incident. In 1987, the hotel was
    demolished and the site used for the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel.

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