Saturday, March 19, 2016

Wat Thammamul ~ The Sacred Temple With Phra Buddha Phang HamYaad In Chainat ~ Thailand.

Wat Thammamul (wat thammamun) is an ancient temple in the province dated back to Ayutthaya period locating in the area of Thammamul Hill, on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River and north of the Chainat city. The main chamber of the temple features a sacred Buddha statue in the Phang Ham Yaad form, and artistic creation combining Ayutthaya and Sukhothai influences in the right hand of the Buddha statue holds the wheel of Dhama illustrating one of the ten characteristics of great man. This particular status is highly respected and widely worshiped by the natives of Chainat and nearby provinces. Within the temple, there’s also another artistic piece of double Sema made from sandstones craved in Ayutthaya style.
 The info board of Wat Thammamul (wat thammamun).
 The main Ubosot and Phra Buddha statue veneration inside.
 The sacred Phra Buddha statue in Phang HanYaad style of Wat Thammamul.
 The close view of Standing Phra Buddha in Phang HamYaad style and with name Luang Phor Thammachak.
 The portrait of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej & King Rama V have been paid a royal visit to temple.
 The sacred Phra Buddha Footprint statue.
 The Wiharn with venerated Phra Buddha statue.
 The center hall of Wat Thammamul.
 The Bell along the corridor and facing the Chao Phraya river.
 The Chao Phraya river of the eastern bank of Thammamul Hill.
 Phra Buddha and stairway at side.
 The stairway to top of hill, with venerated Phra Nak Prok at top hill.
 The small house of exhibition of  portrait King Rama V.
Here the temple amulet counter of  Wat Thammamul.
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