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BANGKOK, Feb 22 (TNA) – Holy relics of Lord Buddha, his two disciples Arahata Sariputra and Arahata Maudgalayana on Thursday arrived in Thailand from India and will be displayed in the kingdom from Feb 23 to March 18.


Their enshrinement ceremony will be held at 4 pm at Sanam Luang royal ceremonial ground tomorrow. This auspicious occasion coincides with Magha Puja Day on February 24.


Holy relics of Lord Buddha and his two disciples have come temporarily to Thailand to be enshrined as part of the grand auspicious ceremony for His Majesty the King’s 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary on July 28, 2024.


Full story: Thai News Agency 2024-02-22


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On 2/23/2024 at 2:16 AM, bristolgeoff said:

Must be something important for buddist,seems small if that is what is in the box.Big budda day this sat,i wonder what it is

Most of the time when they say Buddhist relics, they are talking about bones.  Finger bones, etc. 

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