PBUPZ7001 : Rare Collection B.E.2523 Phra Somdej lead amulet in Big imprint –Anusorn Roi Paet Pee Batch (Wat Rakhang khositraram Woramahavihara (Wat Rakhang), Bangkok) with Katha:
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Name: B.E.2523 Phra Somdej lead amulet in Big imprint
Batch: Anusorn Roi Paet Pee (108 years passed away of LP Toh)
From: Wat Rakhang khositraram Woramahavihara (Wat Rakhang), Bangkok
Year: B.E.2523 (C.E.1980)
Material: this powerful PHra Somdej amulet created from old lead.
Size: 2.1 cm x 3.1 cm
Purpose for making: donate the money from amulets to build library at Wat Rakhang.
Ceremony: there were top monks around Thailand joined to blessed Phra Somdej amulet on auspicious day 22 June C.E.1980 inside Buddhist church.
Power: Thai believe Phra Somdej of Wat Rakhang is one of great amulet in Thailand. Phra Somdej has several superb powers such as protect worshiper from danger, harm and bad things. On the other hand, Phra Somdej is very well known about Metta Maha Niyom that can bring success, progress and good thing to worshiper.
Presented: in the back of amulet had bell code stamped for protect fake amulet.
History of Wat Rakhangkhositraram:
Wat Rakhangkhositraram Woramahavihara (Wat Rakhang) is situated on the Thonburi side, opposite Tha Chang Wang Luang Pier. Wat Rakhangkhositraram was originally called Wat Bang Wa Yai and was an ancient temple built during the Ayutthaya Period. King Taksin raised its status to that of a royal temple and had it used as the side of a Buddhist council to recompile the tripikata. In the First Reign, an ancient bell was discovered on the temple grounds and since that time the temple has been know as Wat Rakhang, or the Temple of the Bell. King Rama I have the bell, which has good tone, removed to the Wat Phrasrirattana Sassadaram. The important buildings include the Golden Palace, where King Taksin and the Supreme Patriarch (Sri) resided, and the phra ubosot and tripitaka tower built in the First Reign and decorated with murals.
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