If you are an Indian you wonder how this marble building is a temple, but then the Indian should not find it difficult to accept it as his own country is home to thousands of different temples. The temple has a relatively short history, having been constructed only in early 1900. For any one interested in Buddhism, this temple is unique for its architecture being influenced by Europe notably the stained glass windows and marble from Italy. Indians would be reminded of their own Ajanta caves where Buddhist religious art was discovered to be flourishing more than 2000 years ago. Phra Buddhajinaraja is the name of the Buddha and the metal idol is cast beautifully with halo like blue lighting giving an ethereal feel. Indians (no not again) would find the elaborate accoutrements beneath the idol very different from their own idols found in Indian temples.
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