View of Wat Chiang Man in Chiang Mai.

Buddha Relics Brought to Chiang Mai

CHIANG MAI, March 4 (TNA) – The holy relics of the Lord Buddha and relics of his two main disciples, Sariputra and Maudgalayana were brought from Bangkok to the northern province of Chiang Mai on Monday (March 4) to be enshrined at the Royal Pavilion (Hor Kham Luang), Royal Park Rajapruek for four days.

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The military aircraft carrying the sacred relics arrived in Chiang Mai at 09.20 a.m. before a grand Lanna procession, carrying the relics of the Lord Buddha and his disciples from the entrance of the Royal Park Rajapruek to Hor Kham Luang will be held at 5a.m., with representatives from India, Thai culture minister Sermsak Pongpanit and Chiang Mai governor attending the enshrining ceremony.

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