When two hearts beat in love, their world merges in perfect unity. This seems to be the understanding of the Trimuti Shrine, which draws devotees from all corners of the globe seeking that special someone who completes them. Whether you are single and seeking or committed and completed, the city of Bangkok is a delight to explore, especially from one of the stylish Sukhumvit apartments in the district of the same name. A better alternative to a hotel is serviced accommodation Bangkok serves up with luxury and elegance, and the Citadines Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok is a superb choice. Imbued with a special aura that draws the single and hopeful from all over the nation and even abroad, the Trimurti shrine occupies a special place in the hearts of Thai singles. Legend tells of a divine promise that will bestow one with one’s perfect soul mate if a prayer is uttered at the shrine, accompanied by an offering of flowers and an incense stick to cast a sweet spell over one’s intentions.
The Trimurti deity comprises the unity of the three Supreme God Heads in Hinduism: Shiva the Transformer/Destroyer, Vishnu the Sustainer, and Brahma the Creator. The statue enshrined depicts two heads, one on top of the other, and the lower one has four faces. Four arms gracefully extend from the golden body, which glimmers softly in the glow of the lights that play upon the scintillating surface. The statue stands within an elegant pavilion featuring the elaborate gables that adorn each traditional Thai temple, especially those of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Rendered in a creative blend of classical Indian and Thai influences, the Trimurti Shrine is a unique cultural artefact to witness. Its tranquil aura is understood by all visitors, who depart the shrine imbued with an aura of hope and promise.