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By Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok


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The first Phra Somdej amulet was created by Somdej Toh PhromRangSri in the reign of King Rama the Fourth.Power of Phra Somdej is great. It can protect owner from harm and danger. It is believed that person who owns Phra Somdej will be invulnerable to dangers guaranteed with people experiences such as cases that bullet could not damage the skin. Also, Phra Somdej can bring prosperity to worshiper. With pure faith and good karma of worshiper, it is believed life of worshiper will never go down.

In Thailand, Phra Somdej is very popular among people from common to high ranks. Especially, people in authority like to worship Phra Somdej because they believe amulet power will protect and support their ascendancy.

With high power and sacredness, Phra Somdej amulet is accepted the most superb and costs more than other amulets in Thailand. The original Phra Somdej costs very much (the most up to 10 million baht).  In fact, the original Phra Somdej is rare to find, so it becomes precious without any questions.


Batch: collecting guru monks in the reign of King Rama 9

Year: 2556 (2013 C.E.)


Objective: donation for developing and restoring Wat Rakhang

Ceremony: a holy official ritual of meditation and incantation on 13 June 2013 by Jow Khun Thiang (abbot of Wat Rakhang, Bangkok), LP Pian (Wat GernGaTin, Lopburi Province) and LP Siri (Wat Tan, Nonthaburi Province)

**exclusive blessing from famous guru monks on special occasions separately as follows:

1.    LP Foo, Wat Bangsamak, Chachoengsao Province
2.    LP Somchai, Wat Pariwas, Bangkok
3.    LP Perm, Wat Pom Kaew, Ayutthaya Province
4.    LP Charn, Wat Bang Bor, Samut Prakan Province
5.    LP Poon, Wat Ban Pan, Ayutthaya Province
6.    LP Rak, Wat Sutthawad Vipassana, Ayutthaya Province
7.    LP Mahasurasak, Wat Pradu, Samut Songkhram Province
8.    LP Malai, Wat Bang Ya Phraek,  Samut Prakan Province
9.    KB Ariyachat, Wat Saeng Kaew Photiyan, Chiang Rai Province


About Wat Rakhang:
Wat Rakhang Kositaram or frequently called Wat Rakhang is the important old temple in Bangkok. It is situated on Thonburi side, opposite Tha Chang Wang Luang Pier. Wat Rakhang was built during the Ayutthaya period. This temple is famous for Somdej Toh, the great timeless monk of Thailand who was an original Phra Somdej creator and a former abbot here.



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PDMAB5037

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Phra Prathan Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

- 'Pim Yai Phra Prathan' is a style of Phra Somdej amulet. The name means 'the main Buddha image-like'.
- This amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 5,559 pieces

 
 
PDMAB5038

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Hu Khang Diaw Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

- 'Pim Yai Hu Khang Diaw' is a style of Phra Somdej amulet. The name means 'one ear of Buddha'.
-  This amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 5,559 pieces

 
 

PDMAB5039

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Aok Krabork Amulet with Painted Brass Casing


- 'Pim Yai Aok Krabork' is a style of Phra Somdej amulet. The name means 'a cylinder chest of Buddha'.  
-  This amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 5,559 pieces


 
 
PDMAB5040

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Chedi Amulet with Painted Brass Casing


- 'Pim Chedi' is a style of Phra Somdej amulet. The name means 'a pagoda-like'.  
-  This amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 5,559 pieces

 
 

PDMAB5041

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Ket Bua Toom Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

- 'Pim Ket Bua Toom' is a style of Phra Somdej amulet. The name means 'a lotus-shaped head of Buddha'.
-  This amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 5,559 pieces


 
 

PDMAB5042  

Collectible Phra Somdej Amulet Set (5 styles) in Wooden Box


There are five styles of Phra Somdej amulet in this set:
1.    Pim Yai Phra Prathan
2.    Pim Yai Hu Khang Diaw
3.    Pim Yai Aok Krabork
4.    Pim Chedi
5.    Pim Ket Bua Toom  

**Each amulet is complete with a painted brass casing.

A Meaning of each style:
- 'Pim Yai Phra Prathan' means 'the main Buddha image-like'.
- 'Pim Yai Hu Khang Diaw' means 'one ear of Buddha'.
- 'Pim Yai Aok Krabork' means 'a cylinder chest of Buddha'.  
- 'Pim Chedi' means 'a pagoda-like'.  
- 'Pim Ket Bua Toom' means 'a lotus-shaped head of Buddha'.

Material: great blessed powder the signature of Wat Rakhang

Amount: created only 2,559 sets


 



Last modified : 28 Sep 2017 - 09:42 AM (GMT+7:00)

PDMAB5037

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Phra Prathan Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

amulet 2.2 x 3.2 cm

$20.80

Low in Stock

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PDMAB5038

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Hu Khang Diaw Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

amulet 2.2 x 3.2 cm

$20.80

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

PDMAB5039

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Yai Aok Krabork Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

amulet 2.2 x 3.2 cm

$20.80

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

PDMAB5040

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Chedi Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

amulet 2.2 x 3.2 cm

$20.80

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

PDMAB5041

Collectible Phra Somdej Pim Ket Bua Toom Amulet with Painted Brass Casing

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

amulet 2.2 x 3.2 cm

$20.80

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

PDMAB5042

Collectible Phra Somdej Amulet Set (5 styles) in Wooden Box

Wat Rakhang (9th party), Bangkok

box 16.7 x 19.5 cm

$63.80

Low in Stock

product detail / customize


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