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           طѡҪ աԴͧлҧѴҪó ѧѴйظ 觢ͧӤ֧ , кҷ稾Ծʹപ 稾йҧϾкҪԹչҶ çʹзҳѵҧ ʴ价ʹ๵úôҢͧش ͧçվҪ ....

"ҳѵ Żѵط辺㹡ؾлҧѴҪóй
èվԾԸѳʶҹ ѡеʴЪҪ
Ҥùѡ еʴ "

     ҪѰҡáзǧ֡Ҹԡ͸ԺաŻҡҷҧԹõҪʧ ֧ҧԾԸѳТԾԸѳʶҹ觪ҵԹ ԾԸѳʶҹ觪ҵ
     ѹ ѹҤ .. кҷ稾Ծʹപ稾йҧ кҪԹչҶʴҷçԴԾԸѳʶҹ觪ҵ ѧյԹظ¶ǹ˹
     ʾҪʴ çԴԾԸѳʶҹ觪ҵҵ͹˹

֡Ҥҡ зǶ֧觡ҷ㹢й
"ҳѵŻѵآͧͧ èѡ
ҾҾ㨷зǧ֡Ҹԡ СŻҡ繾ͧ

     ѧҡçԴԾԸѳ ͧʴ任зѺ з繫㹺֧ ¾ظ ͷʹ๵繾з繶١ҧҤѺҡҳʶҹ֧վҪѹçس

"ҧҤ õѺҧ
ͧҳʶҹ õԢͧҵ
԰ դ èЪ¡ѹѡ
ҢҴ⢷ ظ Сا෾

     ʾҪʹ ѺǷҧس㹡͹ѡ ó лѧóҳʶҹ ҳѵ㹨ѧѴйظ ʶҹӤѭ㹻 Һءѹ

The King, the Leader in Conserving Historical and Archaeological Sites

His Majesty the present King is the leader in conserving historical and archaeological sites

In 1957, the hinding place at Wat Ratburana in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya was opened and 2,121 pieces of valuable things were discovered. His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty Queen Siriki were interested in those antiques. They went to look at them ans said that

“The antiques and artifacts found in the hinding place of the prang at Wat Rat Burana
should be kept, preserved and displayed for general people in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya.
They should not be kept, preserved and displayed at another places.”

Their Majeaties went to open a museum.

The royal speech made the Minister of Education and the director-general of the Department of Fine Arts performed according to the royal intention. A museum was constructed and named “Phiphitthaphan Satharn Haengchart Chao Sam Phraya” or “Chao Sam Phraya National Museum”.

Their Majesties King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Siriki went to open Chao Sam Phraya National Museum, which brought the most delight to Ayutthaya people.

A part of the royal opening speech at Chao Sam Phraya National Museum was as follows:

“ Antiques and artifacts should be kept at the museum
and displayed to students and general people,
and they should be extremely and wholly studied more than the present.
I have thought for a long time that
antiques and artifacts in each locality should be kept
and displayed in the national museum in that province.
I am satisfied with the Ministry of Education and the Department of Fine Arts that they agreed with me
and was firstly succeeded in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya ”.

After opening the museum, their Majesties went to Phratheenang Yen (A royal rest-house) at Beung Phra Ram to drink tea. When they saw that the royal rest-house was modernly built and placed on top of ancient remains, his Majesty the King gave very valuable speech:

“Constructing a modern building is honorable to only the builder,
but ancient remains are the honor of our nation.
Only one piece of old brick should be kept and preserved.
If we have not had Sukhothai, Ayutthaya and Bangkok,
Thailand is not worth mentioning ”

The royal speech was the valuable method in conserving, renovating and improving the ancient remains in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya and the other ancient remains in Thailand.