Built during the reign of King Rama V, the Wat Phrasri Maha Uma Dhevi is devoted to Sri Maha Uma Devi and her elephant headed son. It is very illustrative of typical Indian architecture with a cone like structure decorated with small images of Hindu Gods. Local devotees as well as neighborhood industrialists drop by to pay homage or seek blessings. The place is a buzz during the Nava Ratri, which is one of the most important festivals held at the temple. The temple is a major tourist attraction brinign to town a large number of devotees from almost every caste, thereby makiing an integral part of Bangkok's rich history.