PBUPZ857 : B.E. 2540 LP Thuad Nue PongPuttaKhun (Guru) (LP Nong Wat Sai Kow, Thai amulet) with Katha:
|Colorful B.E. 2540 LP Thuad - Great Protection and Danger for Owner |
100% Authentic from Temple
Name : B.E. 2540 LP Thuad Nue PongPuttaKhun
From : Wat SaiKhao, Pattanee province
Color : Colorful
Material : PuttaKhun powder (superb powder)
Size : 1.5 cm x 2.5 cm
Year : B.E.2540
Origin : Thailand
Purpose for making :
Making this amulet is joining donation at the temple
People believe this LP Thuad can protect them from bad things to induce good luck and help the owner to be admired. Also, this amulet is especially powerful securing good fortune in business.
Feature of this amulet:
This amulet presents LP Thuad image while make a meditation.
Biography of LP Thuad:
Luang Pu Thuad was born 1582 in Songkla province (Southern Thailand). At the age of 20, he was ordained as a monk with Phra Kru Kadurm. “Ramo Tamamikho” has been the Buddhist name of him but people called him “Jowsamiramo” or “Jowsamiram”. LP has been one of top 10 guru monks of Thailand. One in important events, he wanted to further his studies of Buddhist scriptures in Ayuddhaya (old capital of Thailand). Once Three days after sailing off the open sea, suddenly storm and rough sea starts to rock the boat. The boat had to be anchored till the sea becomes calm before proceeding with their journey again. LP Thuad rose and others look on, he dipped his foot into the sea to draw a circle. Then he told the sailor to fetch fresh drinking water from the sea from where he’d circled with his feet. The sailor then perform what was told and tasted the water himself, after satisfying his doubts and found to be drinkable like normal fresh water. The other important events that indicate intelligence of LP Thuad is the King of Sri Lanka, eyeing the growing wealth and power of the kingdom of Thailand, sent seven monks to Ayuddhaya province to test the achievements of the monks in Thailand. They brought with them 12 bowls containing 84,000 words. These words were to be arranged into a certain sutra within seven days If all the requested be met and finished in time, the King of Sri Lanka would then give all of the treasures transported in seven boats to the King of Siam as prize. Otherwise the King of Siam will have to pay to the king of Sri Lanka he failed. The King then summoned those learned monks and persons within the capital city a Ayuddhaya, no one could meet with this challenge. Six days of anxiety of the King had passed. At last it was known that a young Bhikkhu named PU or Samiramo with great abilities, and was summoned to translate all of the golden alphabets into the Buddhist Scriptures to the correct order. The young monk went to the assembly, paying his respect to Maha Sangha and King, then encountered with seven Brahmins from Sri Lanka. LP Thuad started to rearrange the golden seeds into the Dhamma according to Buddhist texts with no difficulties. The 84,000 units of the golden seeds were all used up. This is a partial of biography of LP Thuad that Thai and asian people very respect him.
Biography of Phra Arjarn Nong:
Phra Arjarn Nong was one of famous guru monk in Pattanee province. Firstly, Phra Arjarn Nong never believes in power of amulet. Next, Phra Arjarn Nong had followed Phra Arjarn Tim whom was former abbot of Wat ChangHai. Until one day, Phra Arjarn Nong had lived in deep jungle. There was many fierce animals. Phra Arjarn Tim gave magical Look Om to Phra Arjarn Nong to protect him. This Look Om really could protect him from danger. After that, Phra Arjarn Nong believed in power of amulet immediately.
Next, Phra Arjarn Nong had studied magical knowledge from Phra Arjarn Tim. He started to make amulet in B.E.2511. The reason for making amulet was to develop Wat SaiKhao.
LP Tim had taught making LP Thuad (magical knowledge) to Phra Arjarn Nong. Also, LP Tim had given katha for blessing LP Thuad. Phar Ajarn Tim had made LP Thuad first tiem in B.E.2514. Until, LP Thuad amulet by Phra Arjarn Nong had expanded popular.
History of Wat SaiKhao:
Wat SaiKhao located at Amphur KokPo, Pattanee province. This temple was built in B.E.2300. There was famous guru monk namely Phra Arjarn Nong. Phra Arjarn Nong was 5th abbot of this temple. Phra Arjarn Nong had developed this temple since B.E. 2511 to B.E. 2542.
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