Temple servitors of Thailand
Before the turn of the century the temple servitor practice was common in Thailand. It was part of the ancient religious education conducted in the temples. Temples were the only places of formal education, an exclusively male preserve. This situation changed with the advent of government secular schools resulting from Thailand's educational reform policies after the second part of the nineteenth century. Secularization of education caused the decline of the servitor practice. The...[Show more]
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