Paramanuchitchinorot

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Paramanuchitchinorot
Krom Phra Paramanujit Jinoros.jpg
Religion Buddhism
School Theravada
Dharma names Suvaṇṇaraṃsi
Personal
Nationality Thai
Born 1790
Grand Palace, Bangkok, Siam
Died 9 December 1853 (aged 63)
Wat Pho, Bangkok, Siam
Senior posting
Title Supreme Patriarch of Siam
Predecessor Ariyavangsayana (Nag)
Successor Pavaresh Variyalongkorn


Paramanuchitchinorot[a] (Thai: ปรมานุชิตชิโนรส; 1790 – 9 December 1853), also called Paramanujita Jinorasa, was a child of King Rama I and Lady Chui (จุ้ย). His given name is Prince Vasukri (วาสุกรี). He was a Buddhist writer. One of his well-known epic poems is Lilit Taleng Phai.[1] He was Supreme Patriarch of Thailand from 1851 until his death.

Notes

a The name is also spelled Paramanujita Jinorasa and Paramanujit Jinoros.

His full title is Somdet Phra Maha Samana Chao Kromma Phra Srisugatakhatiyavamsha (สมเด็จพระมหาสมณเจ้า กรมพระปรมานุชิตชิโนรส ศรีสุคตขัตติยวงศ์; RTGSSomdet Phra Maha Samana Chao Kromma Phra Paramanuchitchinorot Sisukhotthakhattiyawong), meaning "His Holiness Second-Class Prince Paramanuchitchinorot Sisukhottakhattiyawong, the Great Royal Priest".

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