Wat Bupparam

History of Chiang mai , History of Wat Bupparam



The main hall

The main hall

Inside the main hall is enshrined with the Buddha image, Copper-shaped castles with a weight of 1 cc. There are only words told from the old man that Lord Kawirorot Surya Wong (the owner of life) The ruler of Chiang Mai is a complete restoration. By dismantling the cool tower in his palace, then bring the pillars of the palace to make the temple. From the words of Kruba Chan Kaew, the Abbot of Wat DokUeng told Phrathepwisuttikun that This temple was built in the same time of Wat Chiang Yuen.

Not only the large wooden columns, the temple also has murals of Buddhist history and Vesantara Jataka tale that reflects the lifestyle of the Lanna people in those days.

Later, Khun Kruba Lan (Intha) with the followers of Wat Bopparam renovated the building again. Until the period of Phrathepwisuttikun, he has renovated big and small door by putting the beautiful carvings in Lanna style



Phra Maha Duangrat Thitaratano
The abbot of Wat Bupparam

       
 
        



The pagoda
The period when this pagoda was built is still unknown. The pagoda is about 12 cubits wide and about
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Dhamma castle
In the beginning of building Wat Buppharam, King Tilok Pannaddatiraja or Phra Mueng Kaew built the
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The main hall
Inside the main hall is enshrined with the Buddha image, Copper-shaped castles with a weight of 1 cc
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Buddha Image
Phra Buddhabupphapimongkon PP. In 1976, Phrakrumongkonsilawong, Mr. Chalor Dhammasiri : Chiang Mai's
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The small hall
The small hall was built about 300 years ago, and was restored many times. The last restoration was
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