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PBUOS158 : Auspicious 2517 B.E. Phra Nirantarai Amulet Set (5 pieces) by the Important Temple in Bangkok (Wat Rajchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram RajChaWoRaWiHarn, Bangkok )
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Size 2.3 x 3.5 cm
1.3 x 3 cm
1 x 2 cm
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Name: Phra Nirantarai Amulet Set

From: Wat Rajchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram RajChaWoRaWiHarn, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Batch Name: Project of Building the 2nd Century Building

Release Year: 2517 B.E. (1974 C.E.)

Size: 2.3 x 3.5 cm, 1.3 x 3 cm, 1 x 2 cm

Material: metal, holy powder

Objectives: proceeds contributed the construction of the building at Wat Rajchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram RajChaWoRaWiHarn

**Ceremony: This amulet set passed grand blessing ceremony at Wat Rajchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram RajChaWoRaWiHarn, Bangkok in 1974 C.E. Many top Thai guru monks joined this event.

**Power: People believe to worship Phra Nirantarai will make worshiper safe, find good things in life and prosperous.

**Go Deeper about Phra Nirantarai:
Phra Nirantarai was created by King Rama the Fourth of Thailand with the intention of giving to eighteen temples. The name “Nirantarai” was named by King Rama the Fourth. This name means “without dangers” that comes from the event that Phra Nirantarai wasn’t stolen when the thief broke into the keeping place. He stole only Phra Kring but didn’t touch this Buddha statue at all. This Buddha statue has been patronized by kings of Thailand. These days, Wat Bowornniwet Vihara Rajaworavihara, Bangkok is one of 18 temples where Phra Nirantarai is situated.

Temple Information:
Wat Rajchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram RajChaWoRaWiHarn is located in Bangkok. The area of this temple was formerly the royal coffee garden of King Rama the Third. In the reign of King Rama the Fourth (C.E. 1864), this temple was built.


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