The temple surrounding view and the White Elephant statue. According to legend, Phraya Kamdum the Lord of SaiBuri was exploring a site to build a new town as a gifts for his younger sister, as he was indecisive which location to choose and pick, he used his shrewdness by using two of his owned elephants to lead the way in seeking the most suitable site whereas the new town will be situated. After several days of travelling, the elephant come to complete stopped at the present-day Wat ChangHai location, where the elephant walks the surrounding area for three rounds and thereafter roared out loud and then decided to build a monastery on the site and named it Wat Chang Hai “ Elephant Presents “.
Photo taken with statue LP Thuad, inside the main Viharn building.
The Holy Water Bowl placed next the the statue.
The more statues of LP Thuad and devotees pasting gold leaf to the statue LP Thuad.
LP Thuad riding on an elephant statue.
The past abbot monks of the temple and Phra Buddha statues.
An Elephant statues.
The main statue of Phra Ajahn Tim, the creator of LP Thuad amulet BE2497. Phra Ajahn Tim was appointed chief abbot of Wat ChangHai, have a strange dream and began to recall those words that the elderly monk told him, upon which he becomes conscious that the elderly monk was none other than Revered Somdet LP Thuad. Phra Ajahn Tim took many events into consideration and brings to mind those words mentioned by Revered Somdet LP Thuad, and with that inspiration whatever matter or issue Phra Ajahn Tim carry out, it become visible that every issue went smoothly without much problem. Ultimately, Wat ChangHai monastery was fully restored, but unfortunately Phra Ajahn Tim was succumbed to digestive tract cancer and passed away peacefully on 30th November 1969.
During my visited, the Ubosot have an ordination ceremony from 3 guys was taking place at the time with them relatives present.
The side view of the main Ubosot.
The other building Viharn of the temple Wat ChangHai.
Temple amulet counter.
The sala building at the back side of temple.
More side view photos of the Main Chedi of Wat ChangHai.
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