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Dead Buddhist monk ‘smiles’ at followers as he’s exhumed two months after death

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The remains of a "smiling" Buddhist monk who died more than two months ago were exhumed by his loyal followers.

Monk Luang Phor Pian, 97, died on November 16 of last year in Bangkok, Thailand.

Pian dedicated his life to spirituality and living as a Buddhist guru in Lopburi, central Thailand.

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Following his death, his body was taken to the temple to begin the process of burying his remains.

But two months after his death his followers made the decision to exhume his body, as part of a traditional Buddhist ceremony.

When the body was removed from the coffin, his lackeys were shocked to find a “smile” on the dead monk's face – adding the body had barely decayed.

According to The Mirror, Pian appeared to be smiling when his masked followers paraded him through the crowd of spectators.

Those attending the tradition snapped pictures of the incredible moment and shared the photos on social media.

Reports said the monks had removed his body to fit him with new, clean robes.

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His body appeared in a state consistent with somebody who had been dead for no more than 36 hours, local media reported.

Pian's peaceful state has been described as a sign that the monk has truly reached nirvana.

The monk's followers continued to pray for him until a final resting ceremony was held on the 100th day of his death.

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