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PDMAB4371 : Miracle Buddha – Luangpho Sothon *Pim Kib Bua Amulet, Holy Powder (LP Phrom, Wat Ban Suan, Phatthalung Province)
with Katha: Buddha_Sothorn
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Name: Luangpho Sothon *Pim Kib Bua Amulet (*lotus petal shape)

From: Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan, Chachoengsao Province

Origin: Thailand

Batch: Ruay (Rich)

Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)

Material: holy powder

Size: 2.5 x 3.1 cm

Present: backside of this Buddha amulet with holy Yant and text “Ruay” that means “Rich”.

Ceremony: This Buddha amulet received a proper blessing from temple already.

Buddha Sothon (well-known as Luangpho Sothon) is the famous Buddha image, situated in the chapel of Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan, Chachoengsao province. For decades, faith in Buddha Sothon has not decreased. People from all regions of Thailand come to pay respect to Buddha Sothon. Thai people believe Buddha Sothon brings security, good luck, wealth and prosperity to people who worship.

Legend of Buddha Sothon:
Buddha Sothon (Luangpho Sothon) is one of holy Buddha images that accidentally floated along the river before being found such as Luangpho Wat Rai Khing of Nakhon Pathom province, Luangpho Ban Laem of Samut Songkhram province, etc.
People told the Buddha image floated along Bang Pakong River (a main river of Chachoengsao province) and stopped in front of Wat Hong (old name of Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan). Crowd tried to pull the Buddha image out of the river, but they failed. Fortunately, there was a special man who knew magic and mantras. He suggested people to build a small spirit house and chant mantra to invite the Buddha image. In process, they put a holy thread around the arms of the Buddha image. With proper method, people could bring up the Buddha image. Then people placed the Buddha image in Phra Wihan (big chapel) of Wat Hong that was later renamed Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan. People call the Buddha image as Luangpho Sothon after the name of temple.

**Real Experiences of Buddha Sothon Worshipers**
When talking about experiences in protection, prosperity and progression in career, several Thai police were fulfilled after making a wish to Buddha Sothon. One Thai police officer who wore Buddha Sothon medal was shot when charging the criminals, but incredibly the bullet hit Buddha Sothon medal instead, so he was safe!

About Temple:
Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan is a must-visit temple for tourists, located in Chachoengsao province alongside Bang Pakong River, initially named Wat Hong and built in late Ayutthaya period. The temple has Luangpho Sothon, the revered Buddha image of Chachoengsao province, which is 1.48 meters tall, with a lap width 1.65 meters.

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