PAMPZ795 : Auspicious Buddhist Bell Stick by Panom Sawai Buddhist Park (Panom Sawai Buddhist Park, Surin Province ) with Katha:
|good time for having auspicious thing bringing you good luck this year and the future |
Name: Buddhist Bell Stick
From: Panom Sawai Buddhist Park, Surin Province
Year: B.E. 2555 (C.E. 2012)
Size: 5.5 cm x 32 cm
Purpose of Making: to develop and restore Panom Sawai Buddhist Park, Surin Province
Ceremony: LP Puan Wora MangKaro of Wat MongKolRat, Surin Province was invited to bless this Buddhist bell stick.
Power: In the temples, monks use the bell stick to hit the bell to tell the time. People believe that hitting the bells in the temple will bring them fame, prosperity and auspiciousness. They also believe that the sound of the bells they hit will go to the heaven. When people hit the bells in the temple, they show their faith in Buddhism. You can use this bell stick to hit the bells in the temples. If you have a Buddhist bell or a Buddhist drum in your house, you can use it every day. If you don’t have them, you just place it on the shelf with other holy amulets or holy sculptures and pay respect to it for auspiciousness.
Information about Panom Sawai Buddhist Park, Surin Province:
Panom Sawai is the name of the Buddhist park in Surin Province, Thailand. Panom Sawai Buddhist Park is built in 2005 and finished in 2006. This place is patronized by the government. Panom Sawai Buddhist Park is interesting and surrounded with beautiful landscape. People can pay respect to the large beautiful Buddha statue and the Buddha relics. People can watch the charming ancient Khmer architecture. In 2007, the party of monks in Surin Province and Surin Province Administration made the project to promote tourism in Buddhist way. They provided 1,080 bells from 1,070 temples in Surin Province and 10 famous temples in Bangkok to place in this Buddhist park. People can hit the bells for auspiciousness here. It is good to visit here when you have free time.
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