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PBUPZ2707b : Rare B.E.2517 Rian Phra Saksada – The best of progress & wealth (Somdej Phrayannasungworn,Wat Boworn,Bangkok)
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Great powerful Buddha amulet in great ceremony

100% Authentic from Temple

Name: B.E.2517 Rian Phra Saksada

From: Somdej Phrayannasungworn, Wat Bowornniwet Vihara Rajaworavihara (Wat Boworn), Bangkok
Material: this powerful Buddha amulet created from copper.

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

Size: 3 cm x 4 cm

Origin: Thailand

Purpose for making: Donate the money for develop and restore the poor temples.

Ceremony: there were top monks in Thailand joined to bless this powerful Buddha amulet in auspicious day.

Power: Phra Saksada amulet by Wat Bawornniwet has many great powers such as bring happiness, success, progress and wealth to worshiper.

History of Wat Bowornniwet:
Wat Bowornniwet Vihara Rajaworavihara ( Wat Boworn ) is situated near the Wan Chart Bridge and Banglamphoo Market. Prince Mahasakdipolsep, vice-king of the Third Reign, ordered the construction of this temple along with Wat Rangsisuthawas and it was built between 1824 to1832. At first the temple was called Wat Mai, but when king Rama III invited the future King Rama IV, who was then a monk, to be abbot of the temple; the name was changed to Wat Bowornniwet Vihara. In the Six Reign Wat Rangsisuthawas, which was in poor condition, was incorporated into Wat Bowornniwet Vihara. Wat Boworn is the residence of members of the royal family who enter the monkhood. It has been the residence of many the supreme patriarchs of the Buddhist Church in Thailand, and it is the site of Mahamakut Rajavittayalai, Thailand's first Buddhist institution of the high education.


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