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150 Years of a province: Still in search of it’s own identity.

150 Years of a province: Still in search of it's own identity.

Help Us Find Our True Selves.
With a population of approximately 940 thousands and present per capita income of 31,524 Baht, Maha Sarakham province is divided into 13 districts covering approximately 5,291 square kilometers. It is so famous for educational development that it has been praised and gained a position of Takka Sila Nagara – a Nagara where well known Gurus have educated a huge number of well educated disciples. You will be surprised to know there are almost ten universities in the province. Moreover, It is proud of it’s beloved Isan Buddha Monthon in Amphoe Na Dun. It has been recognized throughout the country and abroad that the province is the cradle of civilization. Though Maha Sarakham is famous for growing rice as it has a considerable fertile soil created by Chi river

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that flows through the northern part of the province and a smaller one called Siew river that runs through the southern part of the province towards Moon river in Buriram province, it is interesting to know this province has been well recognized for producing silk of a fine quality. One of development problems facing the Governor and the province now is that the existing logo of the province is too simple to express significant features and strenght of the province as it contains just a huge tree and a rice field.

Therefore, this year Governor Noppawach Singsakda has been in search of the new version of the province identity. Please help him and the people of Maha Sarakham find their identity in the time we are entering AEC when the province is 150 years old!

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