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Chiang Mai Begins Songkran Celebrations with Highest Sand Pagoda


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CHIANG MAI, April 11 (TNA) – Chiang Mai residents on Thursday gathered to participate in merit-making activities by making the sand pagoda, towering up to 17 meters, as part of the traditional New Year festivities in this northern city.

 

The event took place at the Jedlin Temple in Mueang District, aiming to preserve the Lanna cultural heritage.

 

The sand is donated by the people to make the sand pagoda decorated with colorful Lanna-style flags.

 

Full story: Thai News Agency 2024-04-11

 

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19 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Chiang Mai residents on Thursday gathered to participate in merit-making activities by making the sand pagoda, towering up to 17 meters, as part of the traditional New Year festivities in this northern city.

Braving the PM2.5... how good of them to self sacrifice in the name of tourism.

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