Ta Prohm Temple
Takeo: Ta Prohm Temple is located in the Tonle Bati resort in the village of Thnol Te Senin, Krong Thnong Commune, Bati District, Takeo Province, 34 km from Phnom Penh, along National Road 2. Built in the twelfth century and early 13th century from 1181 to 1201, it is made of sandstone with a design that is very similar to Ta Prohm in Siem Reap, because the architecture is in the Bayon style during the reign of Jayavarman 7th Emperor of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
After the war ended with the Champa Liberation Territory, Angkor City and a permanent homeland came to Jayavarman VII Begin to reunify the nation in a peaceful, diversified, multi-ethnic way of communion between MahayanaBuddhism and Hinduism, respecting all three deities or national religions. This reunification was built through major temples such as Preah Khan, Prasat Banteay, Preah Khan, Prasat Banteay Chhmar, Srah Srang, Prasat Neang Pean, Prasat Prasom, Prasat Khor Khor, Great Wall, Surrounding Angkor Thom, etc.
In particular, Ta Prohm both in Siem Reap and Takeo provinces were set up to dedicate to the god himself and serve as a monk for monks to the Ta Prohm temple in the Angkor area, with the original name of Preah Vihear temple for Ta Prohm on the Bati delta. The smaller the size of the first temple in the Angkor area, the more likely it is that it is a monument or a monument.
At the corner of the entrance to the Central tower, there are two ponds for keeping water for religious festivals and symbols for Buddhism, while Buddhism represents the ocean. Seven Elements, on the left hand side of the gopura gate of the first ramp, we have a rock boulder buried in a 1 meter high ground. On the boulder, the goddess of the angel represents the rain and thunder on the elephant named Erawan, which originated from the Churning of the Sea of Milk.