The village of Ban Bat is believed to be the last remaining village in Thailand making handmade Alms bowls for Thai Buddhist monks. The village was commissioned the eighteen century by King Rama I to perfect the craft of making these bowls which would be used to by the monks to collect their daily meals. Each bowl is crafted by a series of artisan masters working together to construct the bowls to the highest quality and to last a lifetime.
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