Buddhist monk smiled two months after death
An honored Buddhist monk Luang Pho Pian died due to illness on November 16, 2017 in Bangkok at the age of 92. Two months after his death, the monk's followers exhumed the body and saw a smile on his face.
Luang Pho Pian was born in Cambodia, but spent most of his life in Lopburi, a province in Thailand, where he was returned to his body after death. When his followers took the body out of the coffin that stood in the temple where Pian served, they were shocked by how well the body was preserved - as if death had come no more than 36 hours ago. The monks took out Pian's body to dress him in new, clean robes.
Surprisingly, a smile was read on the face of the monk. Pian's followers filmed an incredible spectacle to share on social networks. It is said that such a state of the guru’s body shows that he has attained nirvana.