Thai Heritage Conservation Day - Murals of the South (2019)





 Issue Name: Thai Heritage Conservation Day - Murals of the South
 Thai Issue Name: วันอนุรักษ์มรดกไทย - จิตรกรรมฝาผนังของภาคใต้
 Issue Date: 2019/2562-04-02
 Cause: Annual commemorative stamps for the Thai Heritage Conservation Day in honour of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, as well as to publicize Southern Thai murals.
 Catalogue Number: 2019/7-10
 Denomination: 3 Baht per design
 Unused Value: 3 Baht per design
 Complete Set: 12 Baht (unused), 4 Baht (used)
 Thailex Collection: n/a
 Size: 48 x 30 mm for designs A and D, and 30 x 48 mm for designs B and C
 Quantity of Stamps: 700,000 pieces
 Printer: Thai British Security Printing Public Company Limited, Thailand
 Subject: Mural paintings in the South of Thailand, from: 1. Chulamanie Pagoda in Tavatimsa heaven at Wat Khohk Khian (วัดโคกเคียน) in Narathiwat; 2. Tak baat and listening to sermons as tamboon, i.e. merit collection, for future births or incarnations known as chaht, at Wat Pah Sri (วัดป่าศรี) in Pattani; 3. A scene from the Wetsandornchadok at Wat Khu Tao (วัดคูเต่า) in Songkhla, in which the greedy old brahmin Jujaka with the enslaved children of Wetsandorn, i.e. Jali and Kanha, met the soldiers of Nakhon Sih Phih; and 4. Walking Buddha descending from the Tavatimsa heaven at Wat Ja Thing Phra (วัดจะทิ้งพระ) in Songkhla
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