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PDMAB5865 : Double Miracles Mixed Hin Phra That Bracelet with Luangpho Wat Rai Khing Medal (Accessories,Thai amulet)
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Size diameter 7 cm (elastic band)
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Name: Mixed Hin Phra That Bracelet with Luang Pho Wat Rai Khing

1) Mixed Hin Phra That Bracelet from LP Leng, Wat Phantai Norasing, Samut Sakhon Province

Size: diameter 7 cm (elastic band), bead 1.2 cm

Material: this bracelet made of “Hin Phra That” a holy relic stone from different caves in Khao Sam Roi Yod (holy mountain)

Power: People believe Hin Phra That can protect owner from dangers, develop meditation practice and bring peacefulness and good things to life.

Ceremony: This item received holy blessing from LP Leng for auspiciousness.

About Guru Monk:
This is LP Leng or Luangphi Leng of Wat Phantai Norasing, Samut Sakhon province. LP Leng is an energetic new generation guru monk eager to apply his own magical knowledge to help people and serve Buddhism. LP Leng has been interested in magic and Lek Lai for a long time. He likes to study with experienced guru monks. Used to practice meditation with LP Jaran at Wat Ampawan, Singburi province and study magic of Guman Thong with LP Hong at Wat Petchburi, Surin province. And studied with LP Sai at Wat Phra That Doi Thapchang, Prachuabkirikhan province. In fact, LP Sai, Wat Phra That Doi Thapchang was a nephew of LP Ngern, Wat Don Yai Hom (Nakhon Pathom province) who was a famous guru monk in Thailand. That means LP Leng keeps on mantras of both LP Sai and LP Ngern.

Experience: LP Leng already blessed an amulet and gave to a man to wear, then tested power by cutting a man’s arm with a knife many times. Wonderfully, the knife could not get into a man’s skin!

Hin Phra That (holy relic stone):

Kao Sam Roi Yod is name of the mountain where is national park in Prachuabkirikhan Province, Thailand. There is a holy quiet place surrounded by nature. There are many caves in it such as Khao Phra (monk’s mountain) Cave, Mangkorn (dragon) Cave, Khow (white) Cave, Manow (lime) Cave, Khumsarp (treasure trove) Cave, Sam See (3 colors) Cave, Mae Ya (grandma) Cave and Lersi (hermit) Cave.

Thai people believe that many hundreds of years ago, many Buddha disciples came to Kao Sam Roi Yod to do meditation. They stayed in the caves and did meditation until their minds were perfectly still and enlightened. These Buddha disciples left their bodies there when they died.

Year after year, their bodies decayed and turned to part of rock in the caves. This rock is relic. The longer year goes by, the more precious these relics are. After that, people found the relics and assumed they were relics of Buddha’s disciples. They named these relics “Hin Phra That” and people began to worship.

People believe Hin Phra That is very holy by itself because it comes from hundreds of years and absorbs natural powers. Some worshipers found relics grew bigger by themselves.

Hin Phra That have different shapes and colors. Different colors of relics have different powers.
1. Red: support person’s ascendancy and fame
2. Honey color: build up person’s charm and bring mercy
3. White: good power to help person do meditation well
4. Black: protection
5. Brown: good health

2) Luangpho Wat Rai Khing Medal from Wat Rai Khing, Nakhon Pathom Province

Material: gold plating with enamel color

Size: 1.8 x 2.5 cm

Power: Luangpho Wat Rai Khing is holy Buddha image of Wat Rai Khing. Worshiping Buddha Luangpho Wat Rai Khing will bring safety, good luck, good things, success and fulfillment to a worshiper.

About Wat Rai Khing:

Wat Rai Khing is located along Nakhon Chaisri River in Rai Khing sub-district, Samphan district, Nakhon Pathom province. This temple is famous for holy Buddha statue called Luangpho Wat Rai Khing. This temple was built by Somdet Phraphuttthajarn Phook in 2334 B.E. (1791 C.E).
Rai Khing means ginger garden. In the past, the Chinese who lived in this area grew ginger plants. There were many ginger plants and people called this area Rai Khing. Later, when the temple was finished, people named temple Wat Rai Khing.

For Luangpho Wat Rai Khing, the Buddha image in ancient Northern Thai style built in Chiang Saen era, legend says this Buddha image floated along the river and stopped at Wat Sala Poon, Ayutthaya province. After Somdet Phraphutthajarn Phook had built Wat Rai Khing, he brought that Buddha image from Wat Sala Poon (where he was an abbot) here. When temple became well-known, people named Buddha image after the name of the temple as Luangpho Wat Rai Khing.

Every year, in May and Chinese New Year festival (Trut Chin), Wat Rai Khing holds annual temple fair where people come to paste Luangpho Wat Rai Khing image with a gold leaf and enjoy eating and games.
At present, Wat Rai Khing is prosperous. With holiness of Luangpho Wat Rai Khing, many people come to pay respect and pray to Buddha for wish. Also, people come here to make merit by feeding fish called Pla Sawai in No Fishing Zone of the temple. Visitors can enjoy food in the floating market here as well.

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