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PBUPZ8334R : Rare Propitious 2515 B.E. Kommaluang Wachirayannawong (13th patriarch of Thailand) Amulet with Paint (Wat Boworn, Bangkok )
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Name: Kommaluang Wachirayannawong (13th patriarch of Thailand) Amulet with Paint

From: Wat Boworn, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Year: 2515 B.E. (1972 C.E.)

Size: 2.5 x 3.8 cm

Kommaluang Wachirayannawong was the 13th patriarch of Thailand. He stayed at Wat Boworn, Bangkok. Received rank in 1945 in the reign of King Rama 8. Position for 14 years and passed away at the age of 86 on 11 November 1958.

The image amulet of Kommaluang Wachirayannawong was created in 1972 to commemorate his age of 100.

Powerful: Kommaluang Wachirayannawong amulet is full of holiness that will bring worshiper good luck, good things and secure from harm and danger.

Material: created from many holy powders mixed with hairs of Kommaluang Wachirayannawong

Ceremony: grand holy blessing in 1972 performed by many top monks in Thailand as follows:
1. LP Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom, Nakhon Pathom Province
2. Phra Ratchamuni, Wat Pathum Wanaram, Bangkok
3. Phra Ratchayandilok, Wat Khao Hin, Prachuabkirikhan Province
4. Phra Srisatjayanmuni, Wat Suthat, Bangkok
5. Wat Phothiworakhun, Wat Pho Nimit, Bangkok
6. Phra Yanwiriyajarn, Wat Tham Mongkol, Bangkok
7. LP Fan, Wat Pa Udom Somphon, Sakon Nakhon Province
8. LP Mahabua, Wat Pa Ban Tad, Udon Thani Province
9. LP Phae, Wat PiKul, Singburi Province
10. LP SamNiang, Wat Weruwanaram, Nakhon Pathom Province
11. LP Jia, Wat Khao Kaew, Chanthaburi Province
12. LP Toh, Wat Pra Doo Chim Plee, Bangkok
13. LP Chuen, Wat Tam Nak, Nonthaburi Province
14. Phra Kru Yanwirot, Wat Sai Ngam, Chanthaburi Province
15. Phra Kru Yanwisit, Wat Phutthamongkolnimit, Nakhon Sawan Province
16. LP Somchai, Wat Khao Sukim, Chanthaburi Province
17. LP Sa, Wat Ratchanatda, Bangkok
18. LP Thongyu, Wat Nong Pha Ong, Samut Sakhon Province

And was taken to bless many times. The last ceremony was together with Phra Kring Pawaret in 2530 B.E. (1987 C.E.).

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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