The largest Buddhist flag in record was recently unveiled at the vast field of Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University during the Commemoration of King Rama X of Thailand to the audience composed of the representative of His Majesty, the King Rama X, international and local dignitaries, royals from Philippines, Cambodia and Ghana, spiritual masters, gurus and venerable monks from Buddhist Asian countries, scholars, students, teachers and members of the police force.
The unprecedented event which garnered millions of views online from around the world was spearheaded by none other than the We Care for Humanity, Thailand President, Dr. Aphinita Chaichana who was also one of the main organizers of the NPRU 9th International Arts & Culture Conference attended by the above-mentioned personalities.
Dr. Chaichana is a multi-awarded Peace Icon and Buddhist event organizer who is the first woman in Thailand to ever take on a project on this magnitude. Tearful with joy, she said, “This is one of the happiest days of my life, to be able to do something big for the Buddhist community and to spread peace around the world. I am grateful to all the sponsors who helped me unconditionally like the NPRU, Mr. Kumar Karki, and to all the esteemed personalities who came to support this event. With the success of this event, I want to offer my deepest respect to Buddhism by continuing good to humanity with the help of We Care for Humanity, Thailand".
Among the chief guests, Princess Maria Amor of the Royal House of Baloi, founder of We Care for Humanity and chairman of the G.O.D. Awards said, “What Dr. Chaichana has done for her country and religion was exceptional. She has earned the respect of many people from all walks of life and her name will ring a bell in honor of peace and Buddhism. I am very proud of her being the president of WCH Thailand”.
The unveiling of the largest Buddhist Flag in the world in the presence of the representative of His Majesty, the King Rama X, international and local dignitaries, royals from Philippines, Cambodia and Ghana, spiritual masters, gurus and venerable monks from Buddhist Asian countries, scholars, students, teachers and members of the police force.