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The Buddhist monk While walking the streets the child boys are given these donations in a metal pot, which can contain a variety of different food from kind-hearted members of the public.
Many of the children who train to be monks come from poor families who see this way of life as a way to get their kids out of poverty.
The practice of children training to be monks has been a mainstay in the predominantly Buddhist country for centuries.
Thai photographer Nuttawut Jaroenchai, 32, documented the day-to-day lives of the monk novices as they went about their daily duties – which include studying sacred texts and meditation.
|Dimensions||33 x 60 in|
Contemporary Art, Figurative Art
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