Sunday, December 15, 2013

Wat Mahathat Woramahawihan With JatuKham RamaThep ~ The UNESCO World Heritage Site Of Nakhon Si Thammarat - Thailand (Part 2).

This Part 2, I will focus the Phra Borommathat Chedi, literally, the Great Noble Relics Stupa, was built prior to other religious architectural buildings in the temple by King Sri Dhammasokaraja in approximately the early 13th century CE. in order to establish the Theravada Buddhist symbol on the land and to serve the belief of his people on the presence of the Buddha’s relics in site which should be housed by the stupa. The Phra Borommathat Chedi is regarded as the oldest bell-shaped stupa housing the Buddha Relics in ThailandBetween the principal stupa, there are 158 minor chedis housing ashes and bones of the Buddhist devotees.
 The stunning view of the site of small Chedis that surrounding the main principle the Phra Borommathat Chedi.
 The Golden mural wall and the King Serpent.
 Here is the Viharn Phra Song Ma, the buildings which contains the staircase which leads to a walkway around the Phra Boromathat Chedi.
 The statues of JatuKham RamaThep at right side and left side of the stairway.
 The old style of statue and Phra Buddha Footprint on the wall.
 The sacred furious animal deity.
 The old Phra Ruang Buddha statue that facing the Phra Boromathat Chedi.
 The close view of the upper side the Phra Boromathat Chedi with walkway surrounding the Chedi and with Top side of Real Gold with precious stone.
 The photos taken with Phra Boromathat Chedi.
The small Chedis surrounding the Phra Boromathat Chedi.
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