PAMPZ794 : Auspicious Fish Mobile – The Batch of 2012 (LP Pitak Sardsanawong, Wat Tri Visudhidham, Suphanburi Province) with Katha:
|good time for having an auspicious mobile bringing you good business in this year and the future |
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: Auspicious Fish Mobile
From: LP Pitak Sardsanawong, Wat Tri Visudhidham, Suphanburi Province
Year: B.E. 2555 (C.E. 2012)
Material: cloth and kapok
Size: 13 cm x 10 cm
Purpose of Making: to develop and restore Wat Tri Visudhidham
Ceremony: LP Pitak Sardsanawong and monks intensively blessed this auspicious mobile at Wat Tri Visudhidham on the auspicious date and time.
Power: This fish mobile is very auspicious that will bring you money and profit. You will run business well and make a profit.
Present: This auspicious fish mobile has an imprint of Nang Kwak, cabalistic script and Thai good words in order to increase wealth power. (Nang Kwak is a benevolent spirit. She is deemed to bring good business that makes the business owner make a lot of profit. So, she can be seen in almost every business establishment in Thailand.)
Placement: You should hang this auspicious fish mobile at the front door of your house or your shop or your office.
Information about Wat Tri Visudhidham, Suphanburi Province:
Wat Tri Visudhidham is located in Suphanburi Province. This temple has many activities for people to make merit such as chanting, doing meditation, animal release, Dharma practice and so on. LP Pitak Sardsanawong, an abbot makes holy amulets for developing and restoring the temple. Thus when you worship amulets, you are part of developing and restoring Wat Tri Visudhidham.
Biography of LP Pitak Sardsanawong:
LP Pitak Sardsanawong is an abbot of Wat Tri Visudhidham in Suphanburi Province. He is a worshipful high-ranking monk. LP Pitak Sardsanawong was born in C.E. 1963 in Rajchaburi Province.
He got ordained on the 14th December C.E. 1986. In 2004, he received a high rank. He has operated Wat Tri Visudhidham since 2010.
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