Suan Luang Temple Sawan Temple Located in the western city island Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province (Old Military Regiment), King of the Emperor Please arrange the ceremony. Made the crematorium, offering the royal cremation, the royal relics of the royal emperor, Suriyothai, in Suan Luang
Within Sop Sawan Temple Then please create a monastery up to the Meru There is a pagoda containing Phra Suriyothai. The favorite monastery to be built in Suan Luang With Sop Sawan Temple Therefore called “Suan Luang Sop Sawan Temple”. Currently, there is a large chedi of the Suan Luang temple called Phra Chedi Srisuriyothai. At present, Suan Luang Sop Sawan Temple Is a deserted temple with an empty ground
History :: 2081, King Rabo Chaveet Elephant’s name, Chang Chang, auspicious continents Up to seven cubits Has entered the invasion of Ayudhya in 2091 after King Maha emperor took the throne The reign of the emperor is only 7 months. Emperor Six cubits, five inches high Somdej Phra Suriyotai, dressed as a man like the Viceroy IX for Rajanarong His Highness named Chang Phlai Songsuriya, King Six cubits high is a god Was converted from God Toothed with a sword of the Lord Buddha, which Phra Achan lacked. Died on the elephant’s neck Elephant of God (Tado Thammachat 1) is the Thewa Nakhiri Six cubits, seven inches high
During the reign of King Rama V Have investigated the locations of the places mentioned in the chronicles To be compiled into a book of the chronicles Therefore being aware of the location of the Sop Sawan Temple and the Phra Sri Suriyothai Chedi
In many ancient maps, the location of Suan Luang Temple and Song Sawan Temple are separated, with the Chang Chai Mahachai Canal divided (currently being completed), Suan Luang Temple on the south side of the Sap Sawan Temple (Wat Sawan) in the south. North of the canal Twelve corner pagoda (Phra Sri Suriyothai Chedi) is the president’s pagoda of Suan Luang Temple.
The President’s Chedi of Sop Sawan Temple is the two-sided Chedi Pagoda. Which is considered to be a pagoda containing Phra Suriyothai and Phra Rajabhat, which had been destroyed in 1906 in order to build an office and military camp in the old capital Which was originally the area of Sop Sawan Temple