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History > Wat Suthatthepwarararm

Legend of Somdej Phra Puttajarn To Promransri, Thailand

Wat Suthat Thepwarararm

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King Rama1 founded the temple at the central area of the city at that time, And build the sizable wiharn as the wiharn of Wat PhananChoeng in Ayuttaya, Then the Sukhothai style bronze buddha image, brought from Wat Mahathat in Sukhothai, was installed inside the wiharn. The image was called Phra Toh or Phra Yai means big Buddha image, The Wiharn (main hall) was completed in the reign of King Rama III, then the Ubosot (Ordination Hall) was built along with the principal Buddha image. The temple was then named Wat Suthat Thepwararam, Later, King Rama IV named the principle image inside the Wiharn Phra Puttha Srisakkayamuni and the principal image inside the ubosot Phra Phutta Trilokachet.


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