The following year, the then Supreme Patriarch, Somdet Phra Sangharaja Chao Krommaluang Vajirananasamvara, granted Master Amnart the Buddha’s relic to be placed at Phra Buddha Lert Rattana Chot Manee or the Green Jade Buddha, the Buddha Statue made of jade sculpted in Pang Man Vichai artistic style of the Chiang San Era. This event led Master Amnart to design and construct Phra Thart Pha Son Kaew Sirirajadhammanarumitr Chedi in 2006, where the relic is placed at the top. Kept underneath the base of the Chedi’s are many puzzles of religious precepts and collection of Buddha’s teachings, with inside spacious enough for the Dhamma practitioners to practice.
The Five Buddha Shrine Hall designed by Master Amnart himself was constructed and dedicated to the Buddhist faith as a merit for King Rama 9 on the occasion of his 85th birthday. The structure, which was completed in 2014, is a 7-story shrine hall with a dimension of 41-meter-width, 72-meter-length, and 45-meter-height. It has been used to accommodate visiting practitioners, conduct religious ceremonies such as praying, Dhamma teaching, and mindfulness meditation practice. The work is one of the most monumental creations of Spiritual art by Master Amnart. It is known for its unique architectural and artistic characteristics.