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The Lord Buddha’s relics from Malwatta Temple to be enshrined at Phra Maha Chedi Phra Upali Maha Mongkol

The Lord Buddha’s relics from Malwatta Temple to be enshrined at Phra Maha Chedi Phra Upali Maha Mongkol
The Lord Buddha’s relics from Malwatta Temple in Kandy of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, to be enshrined at Phra Maha Chedi Phra Upali Maha Mongkol, Wat Rai Khing the Royal Temple.

On Friday 8 October 2021, at 1300 hrs, Somdet Phra Maha Rajamongkonmuni, Councilor of Sangha Supreme Council and Chief Superintendent of the Central Sector attended as the President of the enshrinement ceremony of the Buddha’s relics, Luang Pho Wat Rai Khing statue, Phra Sri Sakaya Tossapalayana statue, Sukhothai Buddha image in pacifying the ocean posture onto the directional arches of Phra Upali Maha Mongkol Stupa and the ceremony of casting the statue of Luang Pho Wat Rai Khing (lap size of 32 inches) on the occasion of 99th anniversary of Phra Upali Kunupamachan, (Panya Inthapanyamahathera), former Abbot of Wat Rai Khing the Royal Temple, and former advisor of the Ecclesiastical Regional Governor of Region 18, presented at multipurpose hall in front of Phra Upali Mahamongkon Stupa, Wat Rai Khing the Royal Temple, Nakhon Pathom Province.

In addition, Mr. Surasak Charoensirichot, Governor of Nakhon Pathom Province, and H.E. Mrs. Colonne Appuhamillage Chaminda Inoka Colonne, Ambassador of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to Thailand jointly installed the Buddha’s relics from Malwatta Temple, Kandy city of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka onto the 2nd floor of Phra Maha Chedi Phra Upali Mahamongkon.

On this occasion, Mr. Siborwan Kaewngam, Deputy Director and Acting Director of the National Office of Buddhism together with executive committee and officials of the National Office of Buddhism participated in the ceremony as well.

Public Relations Division, National Office of Buddhism/News (Mr. Vanich Boonmee)