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PBUOS96 : 30% Off Meritful Great Benja PhaKhi Set - Perm Larp Perm Yod Perm Baramee Batch, worship 5 amulets in one time!! (Wat PakBor, Bangkok)
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Do not miss a good opportunity to worship a powerful amulet!

100% Authentic from Temple

Name: Benja PhaKhi Set

Batch: Perm Larp Perm Yod Perm Baramee (increasing luck, ascendancy and merit)

From: Wat PakBor, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E. 2552 (B.E. 2009)

Material: carved from scented wood called “Mai Jan Hom”

Size: about 2.5 cm x 4 cm per item

Purpose:
1) To celebrate 200 years anniversary of Wat PakBor
2) To develop and restore Wat PakBor

Ceremony: Many guru monks joined in blessing at Wat PakBor, Bangkok in 2009.

Power: This Benja PhaKhi is beautiful and auspicious. This set of Benja PhaKhi consists of five most famous Buddha in Thailand as follows:
1) Phra Mahesuan
2) Phra Buddha Chinnaraj
3) Phra Ruang Rang Puen
4) Phra Hu Yan
5) Phra ThaKaDan
Whoever worships set of Benja PhaKhi will have auspiciousness, good luck, safety, ascendancy and prosperity.

History of Wat PakBor, Bangkok:
Wat PakBor, Bangkok was built in B.E. 2352 (C.E. 1809) by Phraya Bordindecha who gave the land and established. Wat PakBor had a former name “Wat HuaKhong”. Wat PakBor has two beautiful and worshipful Buddha statues called “LP RungPhet” and “LP HanSamRit”. In the new chapel, there are beautiful pictures of Buddha’s story for people to see.


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