CHIANG MAI, March 6 (TNA) – Devout Buddhists flocked to pay their respects to the relics of the Lord Buddha and his two main disciples Sariputra and Maudgalayana at the royal pavilion or Hor Kham Luang at the Royal Park Rajaphruek in Chiang Mai. Yesterday was the first day that the public was allowed to worship the sacred relics. In the evening, a significant number of Buddhists continued to…


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Author: Pantipa Wacharath