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Proceeds from this item will be joined for Kathin Samakki event at Wat Petchburi, Surin Province in order to build LP Hong statue and Guman Thong statue at the temple. 

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Donation for Kathin Samakki 2017 - Holy Pilgrim Phra Sivali Statue

Name: Pilgrim Phra Sivali Statue

From: Wat Petchburi, Surin Province

Year: 2553 B.E. (2010 C.E.)

Material: metal with sacred objects embedded at the bottom

Size: 7 x 26.5 cm

Ceremony: This statue was blessed by LP Hong (former abbot of Wat Petchburi) in 2010.

Power: Phra Sivali in pilgrimage posture holding umbrella, alms bowl and kettle is a symbol of 'endless  wealth'. Whoever worships Phra Sivali will not be starving in life and will do business very well.


Donation for Kathin Samakki 2017 - Holy Phra Thang Sam Jang (Xuanzang Monk) Amulet

Name: Phra Thang Sam Jang (Xuanzang Monk) Amulet

From: Wat Petchburi, Surin Province

Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)

Material: made of the holy powder that LP Hong had blessed when he was alive

Size: 2 x 3.2 cm

Present: There is an imprint of LP Hong on the back of the amulet.

Ceremony: This amulet was blessed by a monk who is a close disciple of LP Hong at Wat Petchburi.

Information: Phra Thang Sam Jang or Xuanzang is a Chinese monk, scholar, traveller, and translator who described the interaction between Chinese Buddhism and Indian Buddhism.

Power: This amulet with image of Xuanzang and LP Hong will bring worshiper good luck, wealth and safety from dangers and accidents.


About Luangpu Hong:  

LP Hong was a well-known venerated monk in Thailand. He was born on Thursday the 24th March B.E. 2460 (C.E. 1917) in Surin Province.  He got ordained as a novice at the age of 18. When he was 20, he got ordained as a monk at Wat Petchburi, Tumbon Toongmon, Amphur Prasart, Surin Province. After 3 months of ordination, LP Hong went on a pilgrimage in Cambodia. In Cambodia, LP Hong met many guru masters and studied magic with them. He spent 30 years on pilgrimage in Cambodia.  LP Hong was a good monk and a magical expert. LP Hong calmly passed away on 5 March 2014 C.E. at age 97.

Wonderful Stories of LP Hong (revealed by disciples):

1. LP Hong always had mercy on everyone especially animals.  When he was alive, there were many snakes in his temple, but they did not hurt LP Hong. When a snake crept on LP Hong, he touched and let it go. LP Hong could do that because he was full of mercy and merit. He always taught people that freeing animals is good.

2. Things from LP Hong are holy. For example his hairs, when he shaved his hair, many people waited to get pieces of his hair to worship. They said these hair pieces would become crystal solids as years pass by. Particularly, areca nut chewed by him was what people waited for. They believed that it absorbed power of LP Hong because when LP Hong chewed, he spelt Katha at the same time. In fact, people believe areca mass from LP Hong can be an antidote and remove black magic from a person. Moreover, as years pass by, this areca mass will become a crystal solid.

About Kathin and PhaPa:

 "Kathin" is a Buddhist festival which comes at the end of Vassa, the three-month rainy season retreat for Theravada Buddhists. The season during which a monastery may hold a 'Kathin' festival is one month long, beginning after the full moon of the eleventh month in the lunar calendar (usually in October).  It is a time of giving, for the laity to express gratitude to monks. Lay Buddhists bring donation to temples, especially new robes for the monks.

"PhaPa" (frequent: PhaPa Samakki) is a kind of Kathin that has no a specific date to do unlike Kathin.  People can do PhaPa in every season of a year. Doing PhaPa is mainly for giving new robes for monks and making a donation for the temples.

Doing Kathin and doing PhaPa can support Buddhism. The merit of doing Kathin and doing PhaPa will bring the doer auspiciousness and prosperity. People believe when Kathin or PhaPa doer dies, he or she will go to the heaven and when they are born, they will be in the rich & good family, good-looking and a beloved person of people as well as have a lot of money and properties. 

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Donation for Kathin Samakki 2017 – Holy Pilgrim Phra Sivali Statue

Wat Petchburi, Surin Province

7 x 26.5 cm


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Donation for Kathin Samakki 2017 – Holy Phra Thang Sam Jang (Xuanzang Monk) Amulet

Wat Petchburi, Surin Province

2 x 3.2 cm


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