During Songkran, the Thai New Year which doubles as a water festival, people pour water into monks’ cupped hands, bow, then make a wish. The event took place on Sunday, April 12, at Wat Buddharagsri, a Buddhist temple on the border of Homestead and the Redland.
During Songkran, the Thai New Year which doubles as a water festival, people pour water into monks’ cupped hands, bow, then make a wish. The event took place on Sunday, April 12, at Wat Buddharagsri, a Buddhist temple on the border of Homestead and the Redland. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
During Songkran, the Thai New Year which doubles as a water festival, people pour water into monks’ cupped hands, bow, then make a wish. The event took place on Sunday, April 12, at Wat Buddharagsri, a Buddhist temple on the border of Homestead and the Redland. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

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