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    Bathing Buddha Ceremony - Посольство Королевства Таиланд в Москве :

    Праздники и Фестивали /

    Bathing Buddha Ceremony

    Date: 17 - 21 September 2009
    Venue: Phetchabun City Hall, in front of Traipoom Temple and Botchanamarn Temple

    A Bathing Buddha, or Um Phra Dam Nam ceremony, is held during September each year. It is a traditional religious and well known ritual held annually in Phetchabun.

    Buddha statue, called Phra Buddha Mahadhamaracha cast in the ornamental Lop Buri style, was found in the Pasak River by a group of farmers four hundred years ago and it was then taken to be housed in Wat Trai Phum. According to a legend, the Buddha statue was disappeared twice from the temple and was later found in water.

    The ceremony starts at 1 p.m. The Buddha statue is carried around town and put under a tent in Wat Trai Phum, so buddhists can pay respect to the image and stick gold leaf on the body of the Buddha statue. In the evening, prayers are chanted. At night, there are various kinds of entertainment. The next morning, people make merit as it is Sat Thai Day. Foods, including Krayasat and other necessities are given to monks. The Buddha statue is then taken to be immersed in the Pasak River by the local governor of Phetchabun in the belief that this act brings happiness and fertility to the province and traditional dances are performed to show respect to the Buddha statue.

    After the ceremony, the water in the river is regarded as sacred. As a result, people swim in it or take the water to drink before the boat racing begins.

    For More Information Please contact:
    Phetchabun’s Public Relations Center, Tel. +66 (0) 5672 1733
    TAT Phitsanulok Office, Tel. +66 (0) 5525 2742-3

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