The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks on March 17th, 2012

The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks on Saturday March 17th, 2012.

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The Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks to pay homage to the Lord Buddha
To celebrate the 2,600th Anniversary of the Lord Buddha’s Enlightenment Day
Saturday March 17th, 2012
From BTS parking lot entrance to Saphan Khwai Junction

The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks
From BTS parking lot entrance to Saphan Khwai Junction
 

  The Most Ven. Phradhamkhunabhorn, the 14th Buddhist Ecclesiastical Regional Governor and the abbot of Sam Phraya Temple, was the Monastic President
 









 ACM Sukampon Suwannathat, the Minister of Defense, was the Ceremonial President
 
 The Ceremony of giving the sign of helping the monks in four unrest Southern provinces in Thailand
 
 The Ceremony of Announcing the Alms Offering as Sangha Dana and Making a Wish together
 

 

 

 





























Translated by Chadawee Chaipooripat


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