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History > Wat PhraSriratanasatsadararm

Legend of Somdej Phra Puttajarn To Promransri, Thailand

Wat PhraSriratana Satsadararm (Wat Phragaw) Emerald Temple

Phra Kaew Morrakot, ( The Emerald Buddha or fully named Phra Phutta Maha Manee Ratana Patimakorn), at the Grand Palace, is considered the holiest amulet Buddha for Thai people and Buddhists all over the world.

Phra Kaew Morrakot is made in a unique style, made of jasper, which is called Kaew Morrakot by Thai people. It is not known for certain the time it was built, but many say it would have been around the fifteen Century in the Chian Saen period.

King Rama 5th had written about the Emerald Buddha, and estimated it was built by a sculptor in the North Kingdom.

The Emerald Buddha has a long history, since it was built around the fifteen Century. The Buddha image had been transported and belonged to many places either in the Thai Kingdom or in the neighboring kingdoms. Importantly, it had belonged to Lao Kingdom for more than 200 years.

King Taksin had taken the Emerald Buddha back to Thailand. King Rama the First of the Chakri Dynasty moved it to Bangkok at Phra Si Ratana Satsadaram Temple since Bangkok was the capital city of Thailand

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