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The three headed Elephant by JohnFarallo.deviantart on @deviantART This is in Cambodia Also, one in Phra Prang, Thailand. The flag of Laos.
It is depicted as a huge elephant with either three or sometimes thirty three heads which are often shown with more than two tusks. Some statues show Indra, the king of Tavatimsa Heaven, riding on Erawan.
Erawan Museum in Bangkok Bangkok Travel Guide
A huge, three headed elephant statue standing upon an equally gargantuan pedestal is the first, and last, thing you see when visiting Samut Prakan's Erawan Museum.
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The three headed Elephant, Airavatham or Erwan in Cambodian. Its a triple blessing to buy a print(mug mouse pad coaster puzzle)! really it is ! so go and buy one then you will be cool! or slightly better off!!!
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The three headed elephant is of Buddhist Hindu origin (Airavata or Erawan). The symbol was used in the Kingdom of Laos flag. The three heads of the elephant came to represent each of the former small kingdoms of the Kingdom of Laos: Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Xieng Khouang.
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Laotian people who was born an raised in Laos does not tattoo the three headed elephant. It's just not right. Do you know what I mean. It's sinful. Laotian people in the USA uses the symbol in vain and not thinking of the actually meaning of it. They are forgetting our true culture and it's history. If you want to put something that represent Laos, do something else that reminds you of your culture.
Bangkok's 3 Headed Elephant Erawan Museum
After much thought, Khun Lek finally decided to construct a three headed elephant, influenced by Airavata (known as Erawan in Thai) – a mythical elephant in Hinduism. After paying the entrance fee, you enter the compound where there's first a Buddhist shrine.