Ganesha is called Phra Pikanet or Phra Phikanesuan in Thai. Ganesha Park in Nakhon Nayok has two of the largest Ganesha statues in Thailand. The first figure shows Ganesha in a sitting position. He is holding his broken tusk in one hand. In his other hands he has what appears to be a Sai, an ancient weapon, a rope noose and a bowl. In front of the sitting Ganesha is a mouse. It is said that Ganesha uses the mouse to communicate with his followers. Ganesha park is an impressive tribute to the Hindu God Ganesha. The second figure is a reclining Ganesha. Although Ganesha is a Hindu God he is also revered by Thai Buddhists.
I first visited the park in 2011 when it was still under construction and have made several visits since, as it is close to mo home in Nakhon Nayok, Thailand.
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