Temple Tourism: Learning for National Economics

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พระครูวัฒนสุตานุกูล ลทฺธคุโณ

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The first Buddhist temple is Veluvan in Magadha State of India that was built by King Bimbisara and offered to the Lord Buddha. This temple is one of the Buddhist historical sites that draws Buddhists all over the world to visit and earns a lot of money to the country. In Buddhist countries, such as Thailand, there are various types of arts concerning Buddhism; painting, sculpture and architecture. These arts were created to propagate Buddhism and to convince Buddhists to visit the temples and learn Buddhist teachings. The tendency of cultural tourism in Thailand is increasing.

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ลทฺธคุโณ พ. (2018). Temple Tourism: Learning for National Economics. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 1(2), 153–159. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143254
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