Saturday, December 27, 2014

Wat TanJetYod - The Temple With Big Statues Toh Phromrangsri & LP Ngern With Mountain SamRoiYod.

Wat TanJetYod is located at Prachuap KhiriKhan, Samroiyod district and is famous for big statues of Somdet Putthajarn Toh (Toh Phromrangsri) and LP Ngern statue. Wat Intharawihan (Bangkhunprom) also issued Phra Somdej BE2547 for helped to raised fund for built the big Somdet Putthajarn Toh statue at temple Wat TanJetYod.
 Here is the Big statue of Somdet Putthajarn Toh, venerated at the roof building. Beside the stairway is statue of Jatukham Ramathep.
 The sacred Jatukham RamaThep with Nak Prok and Phra Rahu.
 The sala of the temple Wat TanJedYod and banner for built statue of LP Ngern.
 The first floor of the wiharn and at top roof is venerated the big statue of Somdet Putthajarn Toh.
 The photo taken with big statue Somdet Putthajarn Toh.
 The front side also venerated Phra Buddha and master guru monk statues.

 The spectacular view of mountain SamRoiYod, where the Energy stone relics located.
The Ubosot of Wat TanJetYod is surrounding by trees.

 The photos taken with abbot Wat TanJetYod and the surrounding building.
 The another building roof with big statue LP Ngern still in construction.
 The photo taken with Big statue LP Ngern.
 The green garden of Wat TanJetYod also venerated statue LP Liew riding turtle on the pond, Phra Phrom and Phra Ganesha statues.
 The Ubosot of Wat TanJetYod and inside veneration the main Phra Buddha Chinnaraj statue.
 The banner of past event of ceremony hang at front of the amulet counter.
 The amulet counter and the altar.
 The display items of sacred Energy "Arahant Relic Stone" of SamRoiYod.
The surrounding view of temple with Phra Buddha Gautama statue.
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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Wat ThamPla ~ The Temple Of Cave & Fishes In MaeSai.

Wat ThamPla is means 'Temple Of Cave & Fishes, and is the home of various species of large fishes and monkeys. In the past, a Burmese monk named Ut Suai Lao arrived here and built a temple and venerated a Burmese style bejewelled Phra Buddha image known as Phra Song Khrueang inside Wat ThamPla. Another scenic view is 'Tham Pum', the cave on the top hill of Wat ThamPla.
 The temple gate and sign wall of Wat ThamPla.. This temple is located near the chinese community at MaeSai.
 The ubosot and house building for Phra Buudha Song Khrueang statue.
 The temple building for tourists, various signboard and temple surrounding.
 The shrine and bell tower.
 The garden of monkeys.
 The another shrine at upper temple.
 The monkeys at the top of building and the fishes at the pond.
 The stairway to the cave 'Tham Pum' at the top hill.
 After climbed the stairs and we could see the panorama view the houses of Chinese community and spectacular view of MaeSai valley.
 The stairway to the cave.
 The photo taken at dark surrounding inside. Here is the 'Tham Pum' and venerated Phra Buddha statue and Chedi inside the cave.
After resting awhile, i managed took some photos of scenic view of the nature cave.
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Thursday, December 4, 2014

LP Kloy ~ Wat Pukowthong - Revisited In Year 2014 & Attended The Blessing Ceremony For New Phra Kring Srivichai (Part 2).

Wat Pukowthong on 28th Oct BE2557, had its Putthapisek blessing ceremony for new batch of Phra Kring Srivichai BE2557. This was final ceremony for total 3 times ceremonies hold for Phra Kring Srivichai.
 LP Ran, LP Uthai and LP Surasak took the seat.
 LP Kloy has no mobility energy and now sits in a wheelchair due for his illness.
 LP Kloy light the candle for the ceremony started.
 This batch Phra Kring Srivichai was attended by many top monks included LP Kloy, LP Maha Surasak, LP Uthai, LP Ran, LP Phrom and others.
 The deep consecrated and empowerment ceremony continued almost 2 hours.
 After the ceremony, temple was light-up the firecrackers and produced a large amount of noice, especially in the form of a loud bang sound.
 The all monks photos taken after the ceremony.
 The mould was eventually destroyed to prevent any copy in future.
The giving amulet and poster for each devotee.
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