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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

The Emerald Buddha - Most Respect Buddha in Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok, Thailand

Emerald Buddha in Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok Thailand

Chance of life for respect The Emerald Buddha

The Emerald Buddha (Phra Kaew Morakot or Phra Bhuddha Maha Mani Ratana Patimakorn) situated in hall of Temple Wat Phra Kaew, The Emerald Buddha was carving from jade with 66 centimeter tall. The Emerald Buddha was transferred from Chiang Rai. On holy ceremonies every body respect and invite The Emerald Buddha to be a principal.

The Emerald Buddha a holy Symbol for Buddhist

Buddhist give respect to The Emerald Buddha from many centuries when all area was separated by small Kingdoms. Ancient story tells long time ago, in Chiang Rai there was thunder on pagoda then found the image of Buddha made from plaster which was brought to the hall. 2-3 months later the plaster had crack, then show the glitter of jade. After that monks peal the plaster and face The Emerald Buddha. After then The Emerald Buddha brought happiness to all.

And transfer to Lampang 32 years continue to Chiang Mai 84 years then transfer to Laos for 225 years and return to Thailand again by more than 220 years.

It is a belief that if The Emerald Buddha situated on any place, that zone will get happiness and brilliance.

Process of Royal Apparel Tradition

Temple of Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok ThailandThis tradition will happen 3 times a year
1. Summer season
: Royal apparel by the crown with diamond and gold brace.
2. Raining season
: Royal apparel by robe of a Buddhist monk made from gold, Cover the head by gold.
3. Winter season
: Royal apparel by gold fablic cover the shoulder and cover the head by gold.

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1 Comments:

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