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Preserved Champak Workshop

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2020-03-06 11:29:52

Preserved Champak Workshop

In the Royal court, Champak was very famous flower which was usually used in handicraft works such as Thai fresh floral garland, Thai fresh floral hanging, etc. For flower preservation, it became known in King Rama V reign by Chao Chom Mom Rajawongse Sadab, the consort of King Rama V who initiated. At that time, there were a lot of Champak flowers around the royal court, as a result Chao Chom Mom Rajawongse Sadab wanted to keep fresh flowers last longer by soaked them in alum water for a month. In addition, she wanted to make the special souvenir to Queen Saovabha Phongsri, Queen of King Rama V. After the preservation, Champak flowers were still in a very beautiful and fresh condition; therefore it became popular as the offerings to Buddha.

The Office of Arts and Culture invite everyone who want to learn and preserve Thai Arts and culture to the Preserved Champak Workshop on 21st March 2020 at 9 a.m. - 12 a.m. For more detail, please contact 02-160-1216 #14

P.S. The workshop is limited 20 seats only, so check out the agenda and register today to reserve this privilege.