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Pakawan (5 inches) Ajahn Jet 2550 (58-k4)

Pakawan (5 inches) Ajahn Jet 2550

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2550

Temple: Wat Noak

Phra Kavam or Phra Kavampati is commonly known as Pakawan. He is Phra Maha Kaccana sitting cross-legged in a meditating posture with eight hands covering all orifices of a human body, that is the eyes, nostrils, ears, mouth, anus and genital to symbolise no evil or bad elements is able to enter the body.

In Buddhist year 2550, Ajahn Jet or Phrakru Suchittaphon made and consecrated a batch of limited edition and uniquely designed 5 inches lap-width Pakawan bronze image with three Rahu, one one each of the knee caps and one on his back.

Purpose: Protecting against all kinds of dangers, invulnerability, and dispelling villains.

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$482.00
Luang Pu Phueak
Luang Pu Phueak 2527 (72-k5)

Luang Pu Phueak 2527

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2527

Temple: Wat Saliho

Luang Pu Phueak (2299-2409) is a monk revered by the Thais, especially people living in Nonthaburi, for more than two centuries. Images and amulets of His Venerable were first created and consecrated by Luang Phor Sompob of Wat Saliho in Buddhist year 2510. Many mystical stories and experiences related to reverence of His Venerable were shared. Today, Luang Pu Phueak’s images are worshipped mostly by businesspeople and executives.

Purpose: Success and prosperity.

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$533.00
Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (5 inches) 2536
Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (5 inches) 2536 (79-k19)

Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (5 inches) 2536

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2536

Temple: Wat Chang Hai Rat Buranaram

The image of Luang Pu Tuad riding a boat, dangling a leg in the sea relects the legend of "Luang Por Tuad Turning Sea Water into Fresh Water." The legend symbolises hope. There is always hope no matter how bad a situation is. Luang Pu Tuad will help worshippers out from dire situations.

Purpose: Avoiding all danger and overcoming all obstacle.

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$318.00
Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (3 inches) 2536
Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (3 inches) 2536 (79-k18)

Luang Pu Tuad Loon Nangreur (3 inches) 2536

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2536

Temple: Wat Chang Hai Rat Buranaram

The image of Luang Pu Tuad riding a boat, dangling a leg in the sea relects the legend of "Luang Por Tuad Turning Sea Water into Fresh Water." The legend symbolises hope. There is always hope no matter how bad a situation is. Luang Pu Tuad will help worshippers out from dire situations.

Purpose: Avoiding all danger and overcoming all obstacle.

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$237.00
Phra Sangkachai Mahalap Pang Prathanporn 2555
Phra Sangkachai Mahalap Pang Prathanporn 2555 LP Hong (79-k10)

Phra Sangkachai Mahalap Pang Prathanporn 2555 LP Hong

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2555

Temple: Wat Phetchaburi

Luang Pu Hong Phrompanyo, Wat Phetchaburi, the most respected guru monk in Surin Province, made and consecrated this batch of 5 inches lap width Phra Sangkachai image with "Rungsi" on the background specifically for worshipping at home and office. Luang Pu Hong has invoked ancient Vedic spells during the auspicious occasion of the Maha Phuttha ceremony including Metta Maha Sanae, Metta Maha Niyom, and the spell of 4 elemental charges into sacred objects for the perfection of tradition and holiness.

Purpose: Abundant wealth and fortune, intelligence and wisdom, happiness and harmony.

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$282.00
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (9 inches) 2548
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (9 inches) 2548 (79-k5)

Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (9 inches) 2548

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2548

Temple: Wat Prasat Bunyawas

Width: 9 inches Height: 16 inches.

This batch of Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung images was made for the purpose marking the construction of Sala Kran (Salutation Hall) in Wat Prasat Bunyawas. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn performed the ceremony of pouring gold and presided over the ceremony of the MahaPuttapisek at Wat Prasat Bunyawas on February 26, 2548.

Somdej Phra Maha Thirachan, Wat Chana Songkhram, initated the Mahaputtapisek ceremony by lighting the candle whilst Luang Pu Tim, Wat Phra Khao led the congregation of guru monks including Phrakru Muni Anomkun, Wat Prasat Bunyawas; Luang Pu Ruay, Wat Tako; Luang Pu Yam, Wat Sam Ngam; Chao Khun Thongchai, Wat Trimit; Luang Phor Thong Klueng, Wat Chedi Hoi and et cetera in consecrating this batch of sacred objects.

Purpose: Prosperity, good business, career advancement, safety, wealth, fortune, and a good life.

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$503.00
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (5 inches) 2548
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (5 inches) 2548 (79-k4)

Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (5 inches) 2548

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2548

Temple: Wat Prasat Bunyawas

Width: 5 inches Height: 9 inches.

This batch of Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung images was made for the purpose marking the construction of Sala Kran (Salutation Hall) in Wat Prasat Bunyawas. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn performed the ceremony of pouring gold and presided over the ceremony of the MahaPuttapisek at Wat Prasat Bunyawas on February 26, 2548.

Somdej Phra Maha Thirachan, Wat Chana Songkhram, initated the Mahaputtapisek ceremony by lighting the candle whilst Luang Pu Tim, Wat Phra Khao led the congregation of guru monks including Phrakru Muni Anomkun, Wat Prasat Bunyawas; Luang Pu Ruay, Wat Tako; Luang Pu Yam, Wat Sam Ngam; Chao Khun Thongchai, Wat Trimit; Luang Phor Thong Klueng, Wat Chedi Hoi and et cetera in consecrating this batch of sacred objects.

Purpose: Prosperity, good business, career advancement, safety, wealth, fortune, and a good life.

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$222.00
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (12 inches) 2548
Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (12 inches) 2548 (79-k6)

Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung (12 inches) 2548

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2548

Temple: Wat Prasat Bunyawas

Width: 12 inches Height: 27.5 inches.

This batch of Luang Pu Tuad Phim Thudung images was made for the purpose marking the construction of Sala Kran (Salutation Hall) in Wat Prasat Bunyawas. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn performed the ceremony of pouring gold and presided over the ceremony of the MahaPuttapisek at Wat Prasat Bunyawas on February 26, 2548.

Somdej Phra Maha Thirachan, Wat Chana Songkhram, initated the Mahaputtapisek ceremony by lighting the candle whilst Luang Pu Tim, Wat Phra Khao led the congregation of guru monks including Phrakru Muni Anomkun, Wat Prasat Bunyawas; Luang Pu Ruay, Wat Tako; Luang Pu Yam, Wat Sam Ngam; Chao Khun Thongchai, Wat Trimit; Luang Phor Thong Klueng, Wat Chedi Hoi and et cetera in consecrating this batch of sacred objects.

Purpose: Prosperity, good business, career advancement, safety, wealth, fortune, and a good life.

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$875.00
Luang Phor Derm 2548
Luang Phor Derm (5 inches) 2548 (69-k-29)

Luang Phor Derm (5 inches) 2548

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2548

Temple: Wat Nong Pho

Luang Por Derm of Wat Nong Pho, Nakhon Sawan Province, is one of the higher revered guru monks in Thailand. This batch of Luang Phor Derm’s images is made by Luang Phor Sompom using 2482 old bells and edges of the 2470 Mangabi medals. Under the base is a medal of Luang Phor Derm and Wat Nong Pho’s temple stamp stating “Bai Pho” after the original words. The grand Mahaputtapisek ceremony was led by Luang Pu Tim, Wat Phra Khao, , Luang Phor Ruay, Wat Tako, , Luang Phor Juea, Wat Klang Bang Kaeo, , Luang Phor Charoen, Wat Chan Sen. Luang Pu Up, Wat Thong Sai, and et cetera.

Lap-width: 5 inches, Base-width: 6 inches, Height: 8 inches.

Purpose: Business, wealth, fortune, protection against evil.

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$185.00
Somdej Toh 2552
Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Phromrangsi 9-inches lap width (80-k42)

Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Phromrangsi 9-inches lap width

Made and consecrated in Buddhist year 2552

Temple: Wat Intharawihan

Wat Intharawihan, Bang Khun Phrom, is a third class royal monastery, in Bang Khun Phrom District, Bangkok that enshrined the iconic statue of Phra Buddha Sri Ariya Mettrai built by Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Phromrangsi. It is an ancient temple built during the Ayutthaya period, formerly known as Wat Bang Khun Phrom Nok, according to the name of the district where King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok the Great bestowed the land to be the location of the houses of Vientiane families. Later, Chao In, the aunt of Chao Noi Khiao Khom, concubine in the reign of King Rama I, made huge renovation to the temple. The villagers then called it Wat In to honor Chao In.

Wat Intharawihan is a major temple known for and remains the prominent source in the making and consecrating of Somdej Phra Buddhachan To's statues and amulets hitherto.

Purpose: Great mercy and compassion, wisdom and intelligence, peace and harmony.

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$429.00
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