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|Thailands Wats Temples and Mosques As well as the ubiqutous Buddhist temples, this area caters for all places of worship in Thailand. Post your pictures and thoughts of the Wats and chedis, churches, Hindu Temples and mosques of Thailand. Feel free to discuss theological issues and enlighten yourself. Learn what is involved in becoming a Monk in Thailand. Did you go to a Thailand Buddhist retreat to learn to meditate? Or visit the ancient ruins of Sukhothai. Or maybe helped out at the tiger temple in Kanchanaburi. Tell us about it here.|
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|16-09-2012, 06:30 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Making Merit Photos
The thread for your photos of people at Thai temples making merit, ie praying to Buddha to win the lottery or whatever it is they want out of life.
First up is a young lady at Wat Pho in Bangkok, no idea what she wanted but she spent enough time explaining it to him, at least I think that's what she was doing.
Wai Phra or Making a Buddhist Offering
The Thai Lotus (Thai Lotus for Luck)
|17-09-2012, 02:03 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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We had the same scheme in Europe when I was lad . You'd make awishlist then go to deprtment store and sit on the knee of an old man in red clothes. I believe this is considered child molestation today. Surprisingly it worked you sometimes got a little brother,train set etc but never an elephant
|17-09-2012, 03:10 PM||#7 (permalink)|
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