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PDMAB9904 : Prosper & Safety of Life B.E.2555 Set of 3 pcs Phra Somdej Amulet- Pagoda Celebration batch (Wat Nok, Bangkok)
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Name: Set of 3 pcs Phra Somdej Amulet- Pagoda Celebration batch

Consists of:
1 piece Phra Somdej Kao Chan (9-layer base of Buddha) with 9 gold Takrut
1 piece Phra Somdej Kao Chan (9-layer base of Buddha) with 9 silver Takrut
1 piece Phra Somdej Sam Chan (3-layer base of Buddha) with 3 silver Takrut

From: Wat Nok, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Batch: “Sompoht Phra Barommatat Chedi” (pagoda celebration)

Year: B.E.2555 (C.E.2012)

Material: this Buddha set created from holy masses such as powder of 108 plants, powder of Buddha statue base, etc.

Power: Phra Somdej Amulet is accepted as The Eternal Best Amulet or The Emperor of The Amulets as well as is what many amulet collectors want to possess. People believe Phra Somdej amulet has several powers in itself as follows charm, protection, being invulnerable, good luck and wealth.

Purpose of Making:
1) celebrate 2,600th anniversary of Buddhism
2) restore the bell tower
3) contribute the fund of building concrete ground
4) build Guan Yin statue of Wat Nok

Ceremony: This batch was greatly blessed on the 2nd February 2013 at Wat Nok. There were 33 guru monks participating in the blessing ceremony as follows:

1. Somdej Phra Maha Ratchamangkalajan, an acting supreme Buddhist patriarch of Thailand as the president of the ceremony
2. KB Kritsana, Asomsatan Suan Phutthasart, Nakhon Ratchasima Province
3. LP Samang, Wat Bangphra, Nakhon Pathom Province
4. LP Phian, Wat Tukkata, Nakhon Pathom Province
5. LP Chaleaw, Wat Arun, Bangkok
6. LP Sa-ngad, Wat Pak Nam, Bangkok
7. LP Noppadol, Wat Phanancherng, Ayutthaya Province
8. LP NooIn, Wat PahPutTaMongKong, Kalasin Province
9. LP Nen, Wat Srisudharam, Bangkok
10. LP Yam, Wat Rai Khing, Nakhon Pathom Province
11. LP Danai, Wat Suttharam, Bangkok
12. LP Ied, Wat Phailom, Ayutthaya Province
13. LP Sophon, Wat Phet Samut, Samut Songkhram Province
14. LP Suang, Wat Rakhang Kositaram, Bangkok
15. LP Surin, Wat Kuhasawan, Bangkok
16. LP Jaran, Wat Bang Plee Yai Nai, Samut Prakan Province
17. LP Ang, Wat Yai Sawang Arom, Nonthaburi Province
18. LP Plueang, Wat Kamphaeng, Chainat Province
19. LP Erb, Wat Soom Kratai, Chainat Province
20. LP Boonmee, Wat Nuan Noradit, Bangkok
21. LP Setthakit, Wat Nak Prok, Bangkok
22. LP Puan, Wat Banhan Jamsai, Suphanburi Province
23. LP Sitthithat, Wat Maphao Tia, Bangkok
24. LP Udomphattanakun, Wat Phra Kraisinoi, Bangkok
25. LP Kong, Wat Glarng-Bang-Gaow, Nakhon Pathom Province
26. LP Witha Amonkit, Wat Amarintraram, Bangkok
27. LP Apinya, Wat Bangphra, Nakhon Pathom Province
28. LP Chaiyawut, Wat Janpradittaram, Bangkok
29. LP Ji Somjitto, Wat Nong Wa, Phetchaburi Province
30. LP Ting, Wat Bangphra, Nakhon Pathom Province
31. LP Monchai, Wat Bang Samak, Chachoengsao Province
32. LP Poon, Wat Ban Pan, Ayutthaya Province
33. LP Somjet, Wat Nok, Bangkok

About Temple:
Wat Nok (Nok means “bird”) is located in Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok. This temple has the building where there is the big gold pagoda on the top floor. There are Buddha’s relics in the pagoda. People can come to pay respect to Buddha’s relics every day.

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