|Title||Supreme Patriarch of Siam|
|Died||9 December 1853 (aged 63)|
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Paramanuchitchinorot (Thai: ปรมานุชิตชิโนรส, RTGS: Paramanuchitchinorot or Poramanuchitchinorot; also spelt Paramanujita Jinorasa, Paramanujit Jinoros, etc; 1790 – 9 December 1853) 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. He was Supreme Patriarch of Thailand from 1851 until his death.
Paramanuchitchinorot became a novice monk when he was 12 years old. After he was ordained as a monk, he resided in Wat Pho. Two years later he became the abbot. His former residence at Wat Pho, Tamnak Wasukri, also called the poet's house, is open once a year on his birthday.
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