Hundreds attend gathering to pay respects to a beloved man
The Permsub household was all abuzz on November 27 as people from all walks of life attended religious ceremonies to mark the birthday of one of the most respected personalities in Pattaya.
As has become an annual tradition, General Kanit Permsub, Deputy Chief Aide-de-Camp, General to H.M. the King, and the general’s wife Khunying Busyarat opened up their home and hearts to family and friends for a day of prayer and contemplation on the anniversary of General Kanit’s birth which falls on November 26.
Phra Khru Visuthipiyakorn blesses General Kanit and Khunying Busyarat by sprinkling them with lustral water, calling on all that is sacred to give them good health and prosperity.
The religious ceremony was conducted by chief abbot Phra Khru Visuthipiyakorn together with eight monks from Wat Boon Samphan temple.
General Kanit and Khunying Busyarat graciously welcomed each and every one of their guests and ensured that they were comfortable and felt at home during the day of celebration.
General Knit Permsub pays his respects to Phra Khru Visuthipiyakorn.
General Kanit is held in high esteem by those who know him for his unbounded love and loyalty to His Majesty the King and his devotion to the Royal Family. He affectionately speaks of the love and benevolence of our King for the people of Thailand. “His Majesty has never stopped working for His people throughout the more than 60 years of His reign.”
General Kanit and Khunying Busyarat chant the Holy Scriptures during the religious ceremonies.
“His Majesty is deeply concerned about His subjects and keeps a close watch on the developments of His country and people, ever ready to give advice to help implement plans and solutions to improve the quality of life of the people and the environment of His beloved country.”
Gen Kanit stresses that, “His Majesty cares and loves everyone, Thais and foreigners alike, pledging to protect those who have come to live in this country under His umbrella of Righteous and Benevolent rule.”
Guests were treated to a sumptuous luncheon of Thai cuisine in the beautifully landscaped garden of the Permsub residence.
The same evening a small group of guests attended an evening of relaxation where many of them took turns showing off their talent at singing karaoke songs including the traditional ‘Happy Birthday.’
People from all walks of life turned up at the Permsub residence to wish the much revered couple all the luck and happiness.