Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan

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Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan

Goodluck gate, transforming misfortune into good fortune - Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan. The beautiful architecture, standing majestically by the Chao Phraya River. It is an ancient temple from the Ayutthaya period. It has a large and beautiful prang with unique and intricate designs that are rare to find

Inside the ordination hall, the principal Buddha image, Phra Buddha Thammisarat Lokathat Dilok in the Māravijaya posture, is enshrined. This Buddha is crafted in the Rattanakosin art style.

To pay respects to the principal Buddha, one must pass through the entrance gate of the ordination hall, known as the "Gate of Turning Life Around.

Another place, as it resembles a royal crown, carries the belief that if one walks through this gate, their life will be transformed for the better
It will enhance all-around good fortune, ward off misfortune, improve one's life, lead to promotions and higher ranks, and contribute to greater career prosperity. In front of the gate, there are two giant statues, the white giant is "Sahas Decha," and the green giant is "Tosakanth." People always pray to them for good fortune and to enhance their prestige.

For the method of walking through the Gate of Turning Life, you should enter with your left foot first and exit with your right foot. People believe that entering with the left foot to receive treasures.While walking in, you should concentrate on prayers for success, prosperity, and abundance in their endeavors. Afterwards, you should proceed to pray for blessings from the principal Buddha, Along with venerating Luang Pho Jaeng, the ancient Buddha statue inside.

For the prayer, you should bow in all four directions. In each direction, focus the prayer on a single matter. Next, proceed to pray for blessings to Somdet phra chao Taksin maharat. After finishing the worship, focus your mind in meditation while passing through the sacred area of Somdet phra chao Taksin. It is believed that by passing through this sacred area, all suffering and various illnesses will disappear.
The advice is to not exit from the same path you entered once you have entered.

Wat Arun Opening Hours:
Open daily from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM


Wat Arun Admission Fee:
Foreigners: 50 THB per person



 

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