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Devasathan Brahmin Shrines

Devasathan Brahmin Shrines

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Devasathan Brahmin Shrines

The Devasathan Brahmin Shrines were built in 1784 by Rama I to be used for holding Brahmin rites and ceremonies. The temple consists of 3 Thai style buildings. Each house contains a shrine to one of the Brahmin gods Shiva, Ganesha, and Vishnu. In front of the three shrines is an image of Brahma enshrined under a small pavilion.

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Where are the Brahmin Shrines?

Location: 268 Ban Dinso Road.

District: Rattanakosin.

Opening Hours: 08.00-17.00

Admission: Free

Rules: No photography.

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How to get to the Shrines?

MRT Sam Yot Station (exit 3)

Bus – No. 12, 35, 42, 508.

Map 

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