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Makha Bucha Day 2024, candle procession at which temple? 11 temples, candle procession in Bangkok, full of merit.

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Makha Bucha Day 2024, candle procession at which temple? 11 temples, candle procession in Bangkok, full of merit.

Sai Boon in Bangkok I didn’t go anywhere to worship. We would like to invite you to make merit. Candle procession on Makha Bucha Day 2024 It’s an important day in Buddhism. Which temple should we go to for a candlelight procession? We have 11 Wat Vientiane in Bangkok Let’s leave it together. Anyone who wants to make merit will be filled with merit.

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Which temple will the candle procession take place on Makha Bucha Day 2024?

1. Wat Bowonniwet Vihara Phra Sumen Road

Wat Bowonniwet Vihara Ratchaworawihan or Wat Bowon It is a very important temple. Another Thai temple Because it used to be the residence of 4 Supreme Patriarchs and is also the temple where the body of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej is enshrined. At the base of the Buddha Chinnasi in the temple as well.

Usually on important days The temple will open for the public to make merit through a candlelight procession. and pay homage to the Buddha image in the temple Join in chanting Buddhist mantras throughout the day until evening.

  • See a full review at Wat Bowonniwet Vihara, a beautiful temple in Bangkok. See the delicate, exquisite art.

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2. Wat Ratchabophit Sathit Maha Simaram Fueang Nakhon Road

Wat Ratchabophit Sathit Maha Simaram or Ratchabophit Temple It is a temple belonging to King Rama V. The specialty of this temple is the architecture that is a mixture of Thai architecture and Western architecture. In addition to inside the temple there is a royal tomb. This is also another temple where the body of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej is enshrined.

The main merit-making activities What the temple usually organizes on important Buddhist days is Making merit by offering alms to monks involves praying first, followed by a candlelight procession around the temple.

  • See the full review at Wat Ratchabophit Sathit Maha Simaram, a beautiful temple in Bangkok. Pay homage to the Maha Chedi, mixed art, exquisite beauty.

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3. Hua Lamphong Temple Samyan

Hua Lamphong Temple It is assumed that this temple was built in the early Rattanakosin period. Around King Rama I to King Rama III, it was originally called “Wua Lamphong Temple” and the name was changed to Hua Lamphong Temple in the reign of King Rama V. In addition to coming to worship the Buddha and make merit, we also gave alms and food. Join in redeeming the lives of cows and buffaloes. Also in the area in front of the temple.

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In addition, Hua Lamphong Temple is also located nearby. Ruamkatanyu Foundation It is open for making merit 24 hours a day. And for important Buddhist days, Big Buddha Day, we can also come and do a candlelight procession around the temple hall.

  • See the full review at Hua Lamphong Temple. Make merit 24 hours a day at Ruamkatanyu Foundation, Samyan, donate coffins.

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4. Wat Suthat Thepwararam Giant Swing, Dinso Road

Wat Suthat Thepwararam or Suthat Temple, Giant Swing It is a temple that King Rama I ordered to establish in 1807. Inside the temple, Phra Sri Sakyamuni (Phra To) which was brought from Phra Wihan Luang, Wat Mahathat. Sukhothai Province. In addition, it is also enshrined. Royal Monument His Majesty King Ananda Mahidol Phra Atthamaramathibodin and invited His Majesty’s remains are also enshrined here.

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For Wat Suthat The temple is open for Buddhists to make merit, pray, and perform candlelight processions during important days. in Buddhism on a regular basis

  • See the full review at Wat Suthat Thepwararam, a beautiful temple in Bangkok, a royal monastery from the beginning of Rattanakosin.

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5. Wat Saket Phu Khao Thong, Boriphat Road

Wat Saket Ratchaworamahawihan or Wat Saket It is an ancient temple that has existed since the Ayutthaya period. The highlight of this place is His Majesty the King or Golden Mountain That’s where the Lord Buddha’s relics are enshrined. Make this place like a symbol of Bangkok.

On important religious days such as Makha Bucha, Visakha Bucha, Asahna Bucha and others, the temple will open for the public to go up and perform a candlelight procession on Mount Thong. and make merit together Of course, in addition to being full of merit, satisfied and also getting beautiful photos. Keep it as a souvenir as well.

  • See the full review at Wat Saket Ratchaworamahawihan, Golden Phuea of ​​Rattanakosin Island.

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6. Yannawa Temple Charoen Krung

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Yannawa Temple Beautiful temple along the Chao Phraya River, Charoen Krung Road. It is an ancient temple that has existed since the Ayutthaya period. and has been created Chedi Sailboat Instead of the general pagoda stupa during the reign of His Majesty King Rama III, so that future generations could see the style of the junk which was about to disappear from Thailand. There is also a belief that If you come to make merit It is also prayed here that trade and diplomacy will prosper.

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On various important Buddhist days, Wat Yannawa is considered to be another important temple. Including convenience in traveling to make merit. and candlelight procession a lot Because it is near the Saphan Taksin BTS station.

  • See a full review at Wat Yannawa, a place to visit in Bangkok, worship at a beautiful temple, see a grand junk ship in the middle of the city.

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7. Wat Rakhang Khositaram Arun Amarin Road

Wat Rakhang Kositaram Woramahawihan or Wat Rakhang Built since the Ayutthaya period. And an ancient bell was discovered in the temple area during the reign of King Rama I, so it has been called “Wat Rakhang” since then. There is also a belief that Come make merit at Wat Rakhang, it will make you “famous and popular” as well, and it will be a beautiful temple along the Chao Phraya River. Where people like to come to make merit and pay homage to the Buddha, it is therefore one of the travel routes. Pay homage to 9 temples along the Chao Phraya River. Also

On important days in Buddhism Wat Rakhang will be open to the public. Come to pray, listen to Dhamma and have a candlelight procession around the temple.

  • See the full review at Travel to Bangkok Pay homage to the Buddha along the Cha Phraya River Wat Rakhang Kositaram Woramahawihan, a beautiful, ancient temple.

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8. Pathumwanaram Temple Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan District

Wat Pathumwanaram Ratchaworawihan or Pathumwanaram Temple Located in the heart of the city between Siam Paragon and Central World. It can be said to be a large temple in the middle of a famous shopping center in Bangkok. This is therefore an important temple. and is the location of the pagoda. The royal relics are enshrined. royal body and the ashes of the King and many members of the Mahidol family as well.

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Pathumwanaram Temple It is another temple that is suitable for going to a candlelight procession on important Buddhist days. Because it is the place where important Buddha images are enshrined. Phra Serm Phra Sai and Phra Saen It is also very convenient with the BTS Skytrain at Siam Station.

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9. Wat Traimit Wittayaram Charoen Krung Road

Wat Traimit Wittayaram Worawihan or Wat Traimit Formerly called Sam Chin Temple Because it is said that 3 Chinese people helped build this temple. The highlight of the temple is Buddhist architecture, Phra Maha Mandap, which inside will have both Yaowarat Historical Center Golden Buddha Exhibition and the top floor is where Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakorn or Luang Phor Thongkham which is revered by Thai people

  • See the full review at Wat Traimit Wittayaram Worawihan, a beautiful temple in Bangkok in the Yaowarat area with the world’s most golden Buddha image.

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10. Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen

Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen Located along Khlong Luang? Bangkok Yai Canal at this temple is a center for Dhamma practice. and is a center for the study of Pali. In addition, Wat Paknam has received improved scenery. and important restoration work such as the chapel and temple. The technicians changed the architecture of almost the entire monastery to the art of the Rattanakosin period. But the foundation and buildings are still ancient.

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For important Buddhist days The temple will organize candlelight processions regularly. Buddhists can go to the candlelight procession at the temple.

  • See the full review at Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen, pay homage to Luang Por Sod. Famous temples in Bangkok

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11. Wat Chana Songkhram Chakkraphong Road

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Wat Chana Songkhram Ratchawora Mahawihan or Wat Chana Songkhram It is a temple that was built since the Ayutthaya period. It was originally called Wat Klang Na, later in the Thonburi period. This area is a Mon community. So there are Mon monks staying for the Buddhist Lent. And later, during the reign of King Rama I, he bestowed a new name: Wat Chana Songkhram when he won victory over the enemy in the War of the Nine Armies, which was considered a great war in Rattanakosin. Within the temple is enshrined. Phra Buddha Narasi Trilokchet is the principal Buddha image

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On important Buddhist days The temple will organize various activities regularly to bring good fortune to Buddhists. We can go listen to Dhamma. and candlelight procession at the temple

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Meaning of candlelight procession
Makha Bucha Day, Visakha Bucha Day, Asarnha Bucha Day

  • Candlelight procession round 1 : Remember the Lord Buddha by chanting the phrase Itipiso Bhagava until the end to keep the mind focused.
  • Candlelight procession, round 2: Remembering the Dhamma Pray the mantra Swakkhāto Bhagavatā Dhammo until the end.
  • Candlelight procession, round 3: Remembering the monks Pray the mantra Supatipanno Bhagavato Savaka Sangho until the end. During that time, you must keep your mind calm. Steadfast in the worship

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