Rattanachonkrama (The Third Week of Sattamahasathan) in Wat Jedyod
The Lord Buddha created a place between the Bodhi tree and Animisacedi for practicing a walking meditation for seven days. After gaining the enlightenment, the Lord Buddha realized that some divinities doubted his Buddhahood. Thus he performed a miracle by creating a place for practicing a walking meditation amidst the air.
This place is called Rattanachonkramacedi. The edifice for this week is a hexagonal platform without any construction above. Rattanachonkrama in Mahabodhi Temple of Bodh Gaya is represented by a platform which was built in the same plan and is situated in the same direction.
Maha Bodhi Tree (The First Week of Sattamahasathan) in Wat Jedyod
The place of this week referred to the throne, on which the Lord Buddha gained the enlightenment. After obtaining the Buddhahood, the Lord Buddha experienced the bliss of full enlightenment under the Bodhi tree for seven days.
As for this Bodhi tree, King Tilokarat had it planted in 1455 A.D. Possibly, he raised this project with an intention to celebrate the 2,000th anniversary of Buddhism. He named this temple “Wat Maha Bodharam“, showing the relation with the Bodhi tree.