PBUOS126 : One Price Holiness of Thai Culture, the C.E. 2000 Nine Antique Buddha Amulets of Lopburi Province (18 cm x 23 cm (amulet casket)) with Katha:
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Name: Antique Buddha Amulet Set (9 amulets)
***This collection presents 9 ancient Buddha amulets (new making) of Lopburi Province.
9 Buddha are:
1. Phra U-thong Tong Chang
2. Phra Hu Yan
3. Phra Terd Khon Nok
4. Phra Soom Nakhon Gosa
5. Phra Narai Sohng Puen
6. Phra Nak Prok
7. Phra Yod Khun Phon
8. Phra Ruang
9. Phra Luangpor Mor.
From: Wat Phattana Tanmaram, Lopburi Province
Year: B.E. 2543 (C.E. 2000)
Material: baked clay
Size: 18 cm x 23 cm (amulet casket)
Purpose of Making: to celebrate Lopburi Province
Ceremony: holy blessing ceremony on holy date (Sao Ha) at Wat Phra Sri Rattanamahathat, Lopburi Province
**Power: This Buddha amulet set is very propitious to worship.
Information: Lop Buri is one of the central provinces (changwat) of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are (from north clockwise) Phetchabun, Chaiyaphum, Nakhon Ratchasima, Saraburi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri and Nakhon Sawan.
Known as Lavo during much of its history, Lopburi probably dates to prehistoric times. The name Lavo originated in the Dvaravati period (6th to 11th century C.E.). The conquering Khmer would build many impressive temples in the city during its rule. Lopburi may even have liberated itself for a time, as it sent independent embassies to China in 1115 and 1155. In 1289 it sent another embassy to China, but soon became part of the Thai kingdom of Sukhothai and later Ayutthaya.
During the Ayutthaya period, King Ramathibodi I sent Phra Ramesuan (later King Ramesuan) as the Uparaja to reign in Lopburi. In 1665 King Narai the Great ordered a new palace built on the east bank of the Lopburi River and made Lop Buri the second capital of the country, as Ayutthaya was threatened by the Dutch. After King Narai died, the city was almost abandoned and fell into ruin.
In 1856 King Mongkut of the Chakri dynasty ordered King Narai's Palace to be renovated. The city finally regained its importance in 1938, when Field Marshal Plaek Phibunsongkhram chose Lop Buri to be the largest military base in Thailand.
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Note: The real amulet may be different from the picture because this picture is an example.
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