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PBUPZ3661 : Rare Phra Chaiwat Pim Kan Chanuan Buddha Amulet (LP Chuai of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhonpathom Province)
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Size 1.5 cm x 4.3 cm
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Name: Phra Chaiwat Pim Kan Chanuan (Pim Kan Chanuan = the metal branch of tree statue with Buddha amulets on it)

From: LP Chuai of Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhonpathom Province

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

Size: 1.5 cm x 4.3 cm

Origin: Thailand

Purpose of Making: to use money for developing and restoring Wat Klang Bang Kaew

Material: This Buddha amulet is made of the metal branch of tree statue with Buddha amulets on it which made while LP Boon of Wat Klang Bang Kaew was alive in the year after 1897 and blessed by him.

Ceremony: Many guru monks intensively blessed this Buddha amulet on the auspicious date and time by following the ancient method.

Power: Phra Chaiwat is an ancient amulet which is important as the amulet of the King. Every king of Thailand has his own Phra Chaiwat. Phra Chaiwat is lofty and precious. People believe to worship Phra Chaiwat will bring auspiciousness, good luck, safety, prosperity and success to life of the worshipper. Phra Chaiwat can increase the merit of owner and make the wishes come true.

Present: There is an imprint of Buddha on the amulet.

Biography of LP Boon:
The reason of name “Boon”: When he was a baby. He was severely ill until become unconscious. Next, he cannot breathe. His parents thought that he died and were going to buried him. But he could regain again. Thus his parents give his name that “Boon”. When he was young, he was different from other children. He didn’t harm any animals. He didn’t like animal torture.
LP Boon was born 1848 in Nakornpathom province. At the age of 13 years old, LP’s father dies. LP’s aunt took LP to Phra Palad Thong of Wat Glarng who has knowledge of Visha (magic) and Dharma, for studying knowledge of Dhamma. LP Boon eventually was to become the close disciple of Phra Palad Thong. After 2 years, LP was novice at this temple and can recite many pray chapters.
At the age of 22, he was ordained as a monk at Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakornpathom province. LP has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way and has knowledge of Visha (magic) and Dharma come from many Guru Monks. LP Boon was the first monk who created style of Bia-Gae in the present era. LP is a monk who possesses a lot of Metta (loving-kindness) and Bahramee (power). In 1886, LP was an abbot of Wat Klang Bang Kaew. LP Boon was generous mind and supported many disciples and people.
LP Boon passed away on 30 March 1935 at the age of age of 89 years old.

History of Wat Klang Bang Kaew:
Wat Klang Bang Kaew is an ancient temple, locates in Tumbon Nakorn Chaisri. It has Both, Viharn and ancient main Buddha that the archaeorologist assumes that it was built from Krung Sri Ayutthaya era. Inside there are Phra Phuttha Vithee Nayok Museum which have shows of old objects, arts objects and other utensils of LP Boon {Phra Phuttha Vithee Nayok Boon Kunthachote} and LP Perm. Besides, there are amulets, miracle objects and the amulets of LP. Another is a Thai medicine, herbs, curing medicines and other objects.

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