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PDMAB3622 : Powerful Protect & Wealth 2547 B.E. Phra PidTa PangPaKan, Holy Black Powder (LP Chot, Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayutthaya Province)
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Name: Phra PidTa PangPaKan

Color: black

From: LP Chot, Wat Phutthaisawan, Ayutthaya Province

Origin: Thailand

Description: This Phra PidTa was blessed by LP Chot. LP Chot (or Phra Arjarn Atichot) is a monk at Wat Phutthaisawan. LP Chot has good magical knowledge. He is famous for Jatukam amulets.

Material: holy powder from plants

Power: Phra PidTa Phang Phakan is famous for harm protection and bringing wealth to worshiper.

Present: The black color represents protective power. The back of Phra PidTa has snakes that symbolize power and exuberance. Moreover, the bottom has a hole to imply that money easily flows in.

Size: 2.2 x 3.2 cm

Year: 2547 B.E. (2004 C.E.)

Objectives: proceeds for developing and restoring Wat Phutthaisawan

About of Wat Phutthaisawan:
This temple is located Ayutthaya in the area where King U-Thong established the town. It was formerly known as "Wiang Lek" named after the royal palace of King U-Thong. The most distinctive feature of this temple is the great principal Buddha image casted in early Ayutthaya era.

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