Monk survives 50 metre fall inside mountain collapse Kanchanaburi

A monk fell 50 metres down into a cave and was rescued after a 10-hour mission. Reports say 29 year old Phra Thada was descending into the cave when a rope on the ladder snapped, hurling him down to the cave floor. He suffered severe accidents to his hips and legs.
The monk, from a temple in the Khlong San district of Bangkok, travelled to the secluded cave within the Klu Kli mountains in Kanchanaburi province to practise vipassana, or “insight” meditation.
At 4:20pm on Saturday, the Bo Ploy Ruam Jai Association radio centre obtained a name from villagers in Bo Ploy district saying a monk had fallen into a cave within the mountains and was injured. Phra Thada had requested the villagers to lead him to the cave in order that he might sit in meditation.
A rescue team from the Pithakkan Foundation introduced lights, first aid and specialist gear to the pitch-black cave. Officers from the 2 organisations mixed efforts and assets to descend down into the cave and safely deliver Phra Thada again up to the floor. After ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์บ้าน -hour rescue mission, Phra Thada emerged from the cave at 3:30am on Sunday morning.
Villagers said that the cave was popular amongst monks, nuns and novices in search of a quiet spot to meditate. The objective of vipassana meditation is to realize insight into the nature of actuality and is best practised with out distractions..

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