PAMRI102 : Silver JaTuKam RaMaThep Ring (LP Huan, Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayudhaya Province) with Katha:
|Beautiful and Holy Ornament – Bring Rich to Wearer|
100% Authentic from temple
Name : Silver JaTuKam RaMaThep Ring
Batch : KanChong Fa TaWan Nue Duang Yok Thaa Na
From : Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayudhaya Province
Color : Silver
Year : C.E. 2007 (B.E. 2550)
Materials : Real Silver
Size : 10.5
Origin : Thailand
Purpose for making :
This amulet made for join Donation at the temple and made for memorial in PiTee WaiKru(worship teacher ceremony).
This amulet can bring wealth and lucky for the owner.
Regarding to, JaTuKam RaMaThep (Phra Siam Dhevaraj of South Sea kingdom) South Sea kingdom is an area in the south of Thailand. It starts from SurajThani, Malaysia until Indonesia. These areas were Sri Vichai Kingdom since over 1,000 years ago. This kingdom is very prosperity. There is much Bodhisattva architecture. The principle of Bodhisattva is great kindness.
JaTuKam RaMaThep :
- JaTu means four. Kam (Kama) means area. Total meaning of JaTuKam RaMaThep is 4 directions.
- JaTuKam RaMaThep means soul of former king of Sri Vichai Kingdom. He is full of prestige and popularity. Moreover, he is full of ten virtues.
People believe that JaTuKam RaMaThep was a former king of Sri Vichai Kingdom who protects Phra BaRomMa That and Nakorn Sri ThammaRat City. JaTuKam RaMaThep is a symbol of Bodhisattva.
Nowadays, JaTuKam RaMaThep in Thailand is very popular for his power of protection and wealth. Also there are many fake JaTuKam RaMaThep amulets in Thai market and market price continual going up.
Biography of LP Huan:
Luang Pu Huan is well-known and popular for his knowledge in Visha (supernatural arts).
This amulet blessed properly by LP Huan. People believe this amulet can help the owner to secure good fortune in life.
History of Wat Phutthaisawan
Wat Phutthaisawan is one of top three which is famous temple which making JaTuKam. This temple is located to the south of the river bank opposite the city island. Constructed in the area where King U-Thong and his subjects first migrated in order to establish the new town, it was formerly known as "Wiang Lek" named after the royal palace of King U-Thong. The most distinctive feature of this temple is the great principal Buddha image cast in the early Ayutthaya style.
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