The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Round on March 10th, 2012

The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks on March 10th, 2012 at Saphan Mai, Bangkok. http://dmc.tv/a13335

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The Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks
To Worship the Lord Buddha and
To Celebrate the Anniversary of the Lord Buddha’s 2,600th Enlightenment Day
On Saturday March 10th, 2012
At Saphan Mai, Yingcharoen Market, Pahon Yothin Road, Bangkok

The Photo Collection of the Morning Alms Offering to 12,600 Monks
At Saphan Mai, Yingcharoen Market


  The Most Ven. Phravisutthivongsacharn, Committee of the Sangha Supreme Council of Thailand and the 7th Regional Buddhist Governor, was the Monastic President
 

 
Gp Capt Anudith Nakornthap, Minister of Information and Communication Technology, was the Ceremonial President (middle)
























 Rice and dried food from this Morning Alms Round will be brought to help the monks from 286 temples in four unrest Southern provinces.


Translated by Chadawee Chaipooripat

 

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