Sangkhla Buri People celebrate Songkran in their own unique way

The highly respected seated Buddha image is taken from the temple hall to be blessed by villagers. Pornprom Satrabhaya

Stacks of long bamboo poles are placed on the ground at Wat Wang Wiwekaram, a famous temple built by the revered late abbot Luang Pho Uttama. The temple is located in a Mon village in Sangkhla Buri district, on the Thailand-Myanmar border in Kanchanaburi province.

Villagers tie the poles together and put them on supports to form a great network of bamboo water pipes for the Songkran festival. From above, the large structure looks like a giant paper fan.

“Building the bamboo water pipe network is a way of making merit because it gives everyone the chance to bless the monks,” said Piman Sirihong, 49, who was born in the community.

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