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PBUPZ507 : Old B.E.2531 Phra Somdej Pang saiyaat (LP Wat, Thai amulet)
with Katha: Buddha_Master
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Size 4 cm x 6.5 cm
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Name : Phra Somdej “Pahng saiyaat”

From : Wat Bang Khun Prom or Wat Mai Amatarot, Bangkok

Origin : Thailand

Years : B.E.2531 (C.1988)


Purpose for Making : Require donation of money for developing the temple.

Material : Poottakoon Powder

Size : 6 cm x 3 cm



Thai. 'Position of sleeping or reclining'. Buddha image in a reclining pose. According to Indian tradition this pose refers to the Mahaparinippahn of the Buddha. Whilst in Thailand, from the Sukhothai period on, it is seen rather as a resting Buddha. The soles of the feet of larger Buddha images in this pose often bear the 108 auspicious signs. According to yet another view this pose refers to a scene in which the giant Asurindarahu wanted an audience with the Buddha. Proud of his size he didn't want to bow before the much smaller Buddha. Aware of the thoughts of the giant the Buddha manifested himself lying down with an enormous body, his feet larger than the body size of this giant. Totally impressed Asurindarahu learned a lesson, namely that there might always be more important or larger beings than one expects and therefore one better not believe rumours without prior consideration. This image corresponds with Tuesday.


Wat Mai Amatarot is an ancient temple. This temple located at Bang Khun Prom Road, Bangkok. Wat Mai Amatarot built in the end of Phra Chao Krung Thonburi King. At first, people called “Wat Wara MaTaRam”. In 1917, this temple has a formally name that “Wat Mai Amatarot”.



The history of Phra Somdej Bang Khun Prom (Wat Mai Amatrot), In the end of Rama IV reign, Sa-Mian Tra Duang who was Tha Na Go Set’s ancestry. He was very wealth in Bang Khun Prom area. Also he wanted to restore this temple. At the same time, LP Toh built a big pagoda to keep 84000 amulets and desire to continue Buddhism way.

The big pagoda at Mai Amatrot was built in 1868 and finished in 1870.

The officially opened BangKhun Prom Pagoda in year 1957. LP Lumpoo has great knowledge with Meditation and Exorcist. In the year 1959 he came to Wat Mai Amataros (Bang Khun Prom) as Secondary Abbot and has purely made amulets of old Somdej Bang Khun Prom fragments since then, some gave away and the left over just keep Kru again.

Phra Somdej Bang Khun Prom is 2nd popular next to Phra Somdej Wat Ra Kung. Many people would like to worship this amulet very much. There is high price and rare to find.

In the years 1988, LP Wat is an abbot of Wat Mai Amatrot created Phra Somdej amults from fragments of older amulets excavated from Wat Bang Khun Prom in 1957 and other sacred magic components including as Poottakoon Powder. LP Wat has been studied the art of making efficacious Phra Somdej amulets from LP Toh’s magic book. He is popular for his knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha.



People believe Phra Somdej amulet can protect them from danger, enemies, bad things, to induce good luck and fortune.




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