Court Culture In Thailand

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Register to read the introduction…Past court culture mainly supported by the court and nobility, most works of service and Buddhism, affecting its system hands of India, further integration of development, creating a unique Thai culture. Painting: Thai classical paintings, mostly restricted to temples and palaces in the mural, its themes are related to Buddhism, Sakyamuni Buddha 's life such as; story of heaven, hell and related traditions. Keynote painting is spread Buddhism and promote the development of Buddhism, and inspirational. Architecture: In addition to the royal palace buildings, but also in Buddhism belongs matter - pagodas and temples to see the Thai classical architecture. Learn from India, China and Myanmar architectural art, the Thai people have created their own unique architectural style - multi-storey roof, towering spire, with wood carvings, gold, porcelain, stained glass, pearl inlaid decoration. In the sunshine, these buildings bright light emitted art. Engraving: Thai Buddhist sculpture focused on…show more content…
Based on family traditions and customs of Thailand (composed by parents). As China and other Asian countries, as young people should respect and obey their parents, the elderly | willingness of teachers and monks. Speaking of traditional Thai culture, can not fail to mention temples and Buddhist. Buddhism spread to Thailand for hundreds of years, have been deeply affected the Thai people. Monasteries became centers of towns and villages, people receive education, awareness was held to celebrate the festival venue. Now, due to the rapid development of technology, the traditional way of life, especially in big cities has inevitably changed. However, in the marginal areas of modern civilization has not permeated to a large extent, still retains the old traditional way of

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