This monastery is a first grade Royal Temple of Ratchaworawiharn, which was built in the reign of King Rama III, by Somdet Phra Woraratchao Maha Sakdiphollasep during 1824-1832, and its former name was Wat Mai. In the year 1836, King Rama III had invited his younger brother, Prince Mongkut (Later - King Rama IV) in monkhood resided at Wat Rachathiwat to rule this temple, and named it Wat Bowonnivet Wiharn.
In the reign of King Rama VI, the nearby temple Wat Rangsi Sutthawat, and Wat Bowonnivet Wiharn were amalgamated into one temple in year 1923. Enshrining Phra Ubosot is a Brazen Buddha Image named Phra Phuttha Chinnasi in attitude of Subduing Mara Posture. The Image was shifted from Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat in Phisanulok province. During monkhood King Rama VI, King Rama VII and King Rama IX has resided at this temple.
Wat Bowonnivet, the residence of the His Holiness Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, the Supreme Patriarch will turn 96 on October 3 2009.Phra Ubosot of Wat Bowonnivet is enshiring Brazen Buddha Image Phra Phuttha Chinnasi, which was shifted from Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat in Phisanulok province. And the inside and outside view surrounding the Ubosot.
Facing south toward the Chedi, is a well-known Buddha image by the name of Phra Pairee Pinas - Enemies Vanquished .
Another sacred Buddha statue, Phra Pairee Pinas was venerated at Wat Bowon.The elevated base, supporting a lower and upper terrace upon which the Chedi is situated, is decorated with lotus ponds and Chinese statuary, believed to have been brought from the Front Palace.
The amulets counter of Wat Bowon and the banner of new amulets release. I obtained many Phra Pairee Pinas amulets, Supreme Patriarch rian,.....
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