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Tai Dam Conservation Center, Ban Noen Samran (Rang Ragum)
– Date 9, 2017
“Our folks are in 3 villages. Here in Rang Ragum it’s all Tai Dam. In Hua Phuang Noi the Lao Phuan live, and the Thai are in Noen Samran, to the west. Rang Ragum is in the east. Further in the east too is Hua Phuang Noi.” This explanation about the different racial groups living harmoniously in one area came from Uncle Jarin of Ban Rang Ragum. The official name of the whole area is Ban Noen Samram. But the Tai Dam population of about 30 households regard it as being part of Ban Rang Ragum, fed by the tributary canal of the Bueang Boraphet Lake. The canal makes it possible for the people to grow crops. They say, "The 3 canals – Tako, Rang Ragum and Noen Samran are really the same waterway.” For their agricultural livelihood, the residents all depend on the water from the same weir which collects water in the water season.



Paknampho Memories Museum
– Date December 13, 2016
“We compiled data on the histories of our many places to form a picture of Nakhon Sawan in the past, to boast the good things we had – those things that were our prides. The ways of life in each particular place are the evidence of our great past. The display may not seem like a meaningful one but it actually portrays the real scenes of the houses, the shops and the histories associated with them.



Tai Dam Cultural Center, Ban Wang Yuak
– Date December 13, 2016
“… many offices have visited our Tai Dam Cultural Center, mostly to learn about the glorious past and history of our people which have remained to be seen in our temples, our school. We want our children to learn the art of basketry, and about our traditional costume. Small children here wear Tai Dam clothes to school, once a week.”



Luang Pho Doem Museum, Wat Nongpho
– Date 9, 2017
“A Buddha’s Reic Chedi stood here. The space around the chedi base was not made use of. Local folks therefore had the idea of doing something that would show their reverence for Luang Po Derm, also something about his life and his benevolence. They wanted to develop the place and to have an art and culture center of Ban Nong Pho too so that it would be a good source of knowledge for anyone wishing to learn about the community and its ancestry.”



Ban Mon Pottery Museum
– Date December 13, 2016
“Story has it that while a Mon group was traveling up north along the waterways, they took a break to cook some food at a spot about 200 meters from the River Ping. They saw that the land there had very good clay. So some decided to stay back. These were the ancestors of the early 4 families here – the Rueangbuns, the Kaeosutthis, the Changpuns and the Liangsuks. Now we’ve hundreds of families living here.



Cultural Exhibition Hall of Chaiyaphum Province
– Date September 15, 2014
The initiation to found this museum was conceived in 2002, as it was a policy of the Ministry of Culture. However, no government budget was available. So raising fund for the project was necessary. In 2003, contributions of 1,000,000 baht from some wealthy Chaiyaphum people made it possible to have a room on the lower floor of the old provincial hall renovated and turned into an exhibition room.



Museum of Local Wisdom, Wat Samakkeetham
– Date May 19, 2014
After the current abbot of Wat Samakkeetham moved here in 1965, he started to collect local things. A lot of the things he collected were offered by his disciples and believers; some were acquired by himself. Realizing that those native things were fast disappearing, the abbot therefore wished to conserve them for generations to come.



Wat Phrathat Nongsammuen Local Museum
– Date April 25, 2014
Amphoe Phu Khieo, a district northwest of Chaiyaphum Province, has a long history. In many locations here archeological evidences found are testament to a number of ancient settlements, fortified by moats and earthen embankments. Discovered also were temple boundary stones (baisema) inscribed in Pallava letters, as well as many ancient religious sites showing the Dvaravati influence (around 13th -17th centuries B.E.).



Isan Heritage Museum, Wat Boran
– Date April 11, 2014
Phu Khieo District lies to the northeast of Chaiyaphum Province. The district is steeped in history and legend. Archeological evidence revealed that once there existed here an ancient settlement. Traces of moats, earthen embankments, temple marker stones bearing engraved Pallava scripts, and several ancient structures showing Dvaravati influence (in Isan style) were found.



Silk center, Ban Khwao
– Date April 4, 2014
The Silk Promotion Center of Ban Khwao was granted its construction cost by the Fund for Distribution of Production and Employment in Provincial Regions. The work was completed in 2005, and the center was opened officially on 1 April 2005. From the beginning, the museum has been under the supervision of the Ban Khwao Tambon Municipality.



Baisema, Ban Good Ngueng
– Date March 27, 2014
Baisema or temple boundary stone markers in a Buddhist monastery are used to mark the main edifice (ubosot/ordination hall where monks perform religious rites). In Ban Good Ngong town a large number of sandstone baisema, now on display, used to be seen scattered around. They had been common sights for local residents since their forefathers’ time. These stones had been deserted in fields and meadows.



U-Khao U-Nam Museum, Latbualuang Phairoj Wittaya School
– Date February 27, 2014
The Latbualuang District of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province is known for its numerous canals and smaller waterways. This explains why the locals here principally are engaged in agricultural activities for their livelihood. In fact, most of them are rice farmers. A major canal in the district is the Phraya Banlue Canal, built during King Rama I’s reign to irrigate farm land of large-scale rice cultivation. Equally important is the Klong San Canal, which facilitates commutes to the outside world.



 
 

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