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Ho Phra Trai Pidok library

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Statementtext Nai Niwat Kongpien; photopraphs Nai Chusak Voraphitak.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN7321 .H6 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination62 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL502809M
ISBN 109747482185
LC Control Number98837001
OCLC/WorldCa45289547

A ho trai (Thai: หอไตร) is the library of a Thai Buddhist temple. A ho trai can come in different shapes and sizes.

For many centuries, the sacred Tripitaka scriptures had been written on palm preserve the scriptures against humidity and against termites, the library was often built on columns to raise the storage from the ground.

Bricks were preferably used in. Kata Takrut Yord Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok. Su Wi A Wi A Su Wa Su Wi Wa A Hi Sang Put To Na Mo Ho Phra Trai Pidok library book Taa Ya Na Ma Pa Ta. Chant this three times, and then blow on the takrut.

After making morning, evening or any other prayer or offering to the Buddha, it is a perfect and auspicious time to.

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Ho Trai. The Ho Trai or library is the building where the Buddhist scriptures, the Tripitaka are kept, traditionally written on dried palm leaf. The Wat Suan Tan’s Ho Trai is a small two storey structure topped with a five tiered ornamental umbrella and gables on all four sides.

Scripture library Ho Trai. The Ho Trai of the Wat Phra Singh is another excellent example of Lanna style architecture. The Ho Trai is the temple library, where ancient Buddhist scriptures are kept. The library that was built towards the end of the 15 th century is a very elaborate wooden structure built on a high stone base to protect the.

Ho Trai. The temple library is located south of the Chedi. The red balcony structure is home to old manuscripts and scriptures.

The library is built on a high brick base to avoid flooding. Ubosot. The ordination hall or ubosot dates to the 19th century. The frontal façade is magnificently decorated in wooden carvings/5. Ho Trai. The main attraction of the Ho Trai, the scripture library building, are its gilded wood carvings and stucco ucted inthe building has recently been restored.

A stone building enclosed by its own wall, the Ho Trai has a multi tiered roof, topped with a. Baan Thai Now: The Book of Traditional Thai House ISBN xmm / hard cover with jacket / 2, These records will provide knowledge and encourage modern people to preserve.

The Ho Trai is the library of the Wat where the Buddhist scriptures are kept. Ho Trai structures can be found in many different architectural styles and sizes.

Traditionally a Ho Trai was a wooden building on stilts over a pond to keep out all kinds of insects, because in the old days the Buddhist scriptures were written on dried palm leaves. The Wat Ou Sai Kham is a small, little visited temple Ho Phra Trai Pidok library book outside the old walled town center of Chiang Mai.

Its name translates to “temple of golden sand”. On the grounds are a viharn, an ubosot, a Ho Trai scripture library and a chedi. The temple is surrounded by a wall with Dhamma wheels placed on top.

Books All Published. Copyright © AkkharPatra ProkashaniAkkharPatra Prokashani. Ho Trai - the Temple Library (scripture depository) of Wat Chiang Man is of a fairly plain design when compared to the Ho Trai belonging to Wat Phra Singh.

It is a wooden building set on top of a high plastered brick base. Most temples in Chiang Mai do not feature a Ho Trai. Ho Phra Trai Pidok (หอพระไตรปิฎก; tripitaka hall) Highly venerable monk, Somdej Toh was once the abbot of this temple (–72). At present, the temple has an old tripitaka hall, which inside, there're beautiful and precious Thai paintings [2].

Phra Mondop. Phra Mondop or the ho trai is the Scripture Hall containing a small library of Buddhist scriptures. The building is not generally open to the public as the scriptures, which are inscribed on palm leaves, need to be kept in a controlled environment for preservation.

The library was built by King Rama III. A ho trai is the library of a Thai Buddhist temple and can come in different shapes and sizes. For many centuries, the sacred Tripitaka scriptures had been written on palm leaves. To preserve the scriptures against humidity and against termites, the library was often.

Mondop: A Mondop (also called Mandapa) is a baldachin structure that has in some temples been erected above the library with the sacred Buddhist scripts.

Ho Trai: The Ho Trai (also transcripted as"Ho Phra") is the library of the Wat. It is usually a very small, highly decorated building. The ubosot, which is usually locked, contains a tower-like shrine known as a mondop.

The shape of the shrine was said to be similar to an earlier structure that used to stand in Wat Phra Yeun, Lamphun. The small scripture repository - ho trai - in the north-east corner is the finest of its type in the north.

Ho Phra Trai Pidok (The Scripture Hall) Ho Phra Trai Pidok is the library of the temple, located on the east side of the Stupa. Not just only the Buddhism scriptures are kept inside, the murals are also about the first fourth of Buddhist Councils and Buddhism traditions.

The Buddha Footprint. Location. Wat Phra Singh is located in the western part of the old city centre of Chiang Mai, which is contained within the city walls and main entrance is guarded by Singhs (lions). Wat Pra Singh is situated at the end of the main street (Rachadamnoen road) of Chiang Mai.

Monastic library (Ho Trai) Raised on a stone plinth to the right of the main wiharn is the monastic library, Ho Trai. Constructed in classical Lanna style, the library is regarded as one of the most beautiful buildings of its kind in Thailand.

The original structure dates back to the 15th century and was used to protect precious manuscripts. Chedis. Wat Phra Kaew (Thai: วัดพระแก้ว, RTGS: Wat Phra Kaeo, pronounced [wát.pʰráʔ.kɛ̂ːw] ()), commonly known in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and officially as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in complex consists of a number of buildings within the precincts of the Grand Palace in the historical.

Next to it is a slender, golden colored stupa.

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One of the oldest structures of the Wat Inpeng is a small, square stone Ho Trai or library building adorned with stone sculptings on its entrance and windows.

The Ho Trai is used to store the Tripitaka, the ancient manuscripts written on dried palm leaf containing the teachings of the Buddha.

Ho Trai (temple library), Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai, Thailand Ho Trai – the temple library is another prime example of classical Lanna architecture and it is one of the most beautiful temple libraries in Thailand.

The guards, flanking the stairs, consist of lions emerging from the mouths of a Makara, a mythical water creature. The Ho Trai of the Wat Phra Singh is another excellent example of Lanna style architecture.

The Ho Trai is the temple library, where ancient Buddhist scriptures are kept. The library that was built towards the end of the 15th century is a very elaborate wooden structure built on a high stone base to protect the manuscripts from flooding and pests.

This charming temple was the very first temple in Chiang Mai, built back in The chedi is called the 'Elephant Chedi', most probably thanks to the sculptures of elephants which seem to carry the whole building on their backs. Another interesting building here is Ho Trai – the Temple Library.

Also the library has good collection of books for the older generation. A few very unique advantages of this place are 1. a co-working space where parents can work while children browse books, 2. a place which can host birthday parties, 3. very good eateries including the famous Harish Bakery right next door.

It is a fantastic initiative to re.

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Hua Lamphong, or Bangkok Train Station, is the main terminal to northern, eastern, northeastern and southern Thailand. It connects with the MRT underground system and features a distinct half-dome structure, designed by an Italian architect Mario Tamagno in an Italian neo-renaissance style.

Open inHua Lamphong boasts an elegant design, similar to several government buildings. Wat Phra Singh (full name: Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn - Thai alphabet: วัดพระสิงห์วรมหาวิหาร (Pronunciation)) is a Buddhist temple (Thai language: Wat) in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.

King Ananda Mahidol (), the older brother of the present King Bhumibol Adulyadej (), bestowed it the status of Royal temple of the first grade in A small Ho Trai or library building is set on a stone platform.

Inside the structure with a multi tiered roof is a wooden cabinet where the Tripitaka, ancient Buddhist manuscripts were kept. Next to the cloister is the active part of the monastery surrounded by gardens. All Phoenix Public Library locations, with the exception of South Mountain Community Library, are offering Curbside Service.

Book drops at all locations (with the exception of South Mountain Community Library) are available 24/7. Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time. Please check back frequently for updates. The eastern shrine is the Ho Trai (Thai: หอไตร) or the library of sacred texts.

The pediment features scenes of the Buddha's birth and his passing into Parinirvana (death). To the west is the Ho Phra Chom (Thai: หอพระจอม), decorated with the faces of Brahma on four sides.

Inside the shrine is a. As you face the big wiharn, to your right is a small elaborate ho trai (library) built on a high stone base. The base has many beautiful carvings which have recently been renovated, as have the gilded carvings on the gable ends.

Continuing on around the complex in a counter-clockwise direction, you'll find a drum tower set in a yard shaded by many old trees. Wat Phra Kaew (Thai: วัดพระแก้ว, RTGS: Wat Phra Kaeo, pronounced [wát.pʰráʔ.kɛ̂ːw] ()), commonly known in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and officially as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, [lower-alpha 1] is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in complex consists of a number of buildings within the precincts of the Grand Palace in the.prevailing local oral traditions concerning the ho trai (library of scriptures) after Phra Ta was killed by the king of The Land In Between, Chiang Mai, Silkworm Books Grabowsky, Volker.