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Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University drives “innovation to create waste products from worship roses to innovative value-added products” through cooperation with Chulamanee Temple and local communities

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2022-07-11 16:57:52

Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University drives “innovation to create waste products from worship roses to innovative value-added products” through cooperation with Chulamanee Temple and local communities


     On June 28, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. Assistant Professor Dr. Phimporn Thongmuang, Director of Samut Songkhram Provincial Education Center and Associate Professor Dr. Rotjana Chantrasa, Director of Research and Development Institute, Ajarn Aditya Buasri, Manager of the Incubation Unit Research and Development Institute along with local research and development institutes in the lower central provinces Samut Songkhram Province Education Center Join to drive innovation to create waste products. Worship roses. from Chulamanee Temple in the ceremony of making merit at Samut Songkhram City Hall to enshrine Thao Wessuwanno and the worshiping ceremony of Thao Wes Suwanno, the 121st Anniversary of Samut Songkhram Province, at the hall, 1st floor, Samut Songkhram City Hall, with Mr. Khajon Srichavanothai, Samut Songkhram Governor presiding over secular affairs Phrakhru Sophitwiriyaporn (Luang Por It), Bang Chang Sub-District Priest Abbot of Wat Chulamanee presiding over the clergy along with the heads of government departments Local government organizations participated in the ceremony for auspiciousness.
Assistant Professor Dr. Pimporn Thongmuang, Director of Samut Songkhram Provincial Education Center, said that the beginning of the project came from Chulamanee Temple, Bang Chang Sub-district, Amphawa District, Samut Songkhram Province which is another old temple in Amphawa District where people flock to pay their respects "Tao Wessuwan", which at present there are tourists, both Thais and foreigners. with devotion Bring a large number of roses to worship and worship uninterruptedly. which after the people came to pay their respects How will the temple have a way to manage the leftovers from worship?
to reduce the impact on the environment and local communities Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University which is the academic department in the area by the Research and Development Institute Therefore, the idea is to help the temple and the community. Therefore, a research study project titled “Innovation in the creation of waste products from rose worship” was initiated by the cooperation of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. with Chulamanee Temple and local communities
Associate Professor Dr. Rotjana Chantrasa, Director of Research and Development Institute Reported the results of products created from worship roses for Phrakru Sophitwiriyaporn (Luang Por It), the abbot of Chulamanee Temple. and the governor of Samut Songkhram province has been informed With a lot of attention, this project is considered a good project to help temples and communities to develop the leftovers from rose puja in the development of innovative products. For the benefit and further expansion to the community

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