The restoration of the Thao Maha Phrom statue at the Erawan Shrine will take nine days and will be completed on September 3, Fine Arts Department Deputy Director General Sahaphume Phumtharittirat said Wednesday.
Sahaphume led officials of the department to inspect the statue of the Hindu god of creation Lord Brahma at 10 am to get preparation for the restoration.
He said the statue was damaged at four spots – the chin, the necklace, the right index and right shin. The roof of the statue was also damaged.
The restoration would take about Bt70,000 from the Erawan Thao Maha Phrom Foundation.
A grand rite will be held on September 4 celebrate the restored statue, he added.
Source: The Nation
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