PDMAC3697 : PRO Lucky No.7824 Unexpected Luck & Fortune Tiny Naga Holy Buddhist Snake Amulet (LP Sudjai, Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province) with Katha:
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Name: Tiny Naga Holy Buddhist Snake Amulet
Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)
From:LP Sudjai, Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province
Purpose of Making: this amulet created for “Pha Pa” by Wat Aranyik. Pha Pa is Buddhist yearly merit making in order to contribute to Placing Buddhist Boundary Stone Ball Ceremony (called “Fang Look Nimit”) for the new Ubosot.
Size: 0.8 x 1.8 cm
Material: blessed metal with paint
Power: Naga, a serpent being in Buddhist mythology is a symbol of “wealth” believed to worship will bring agricultural fertility (because it can access the land and the water) and plenty of fortune.
Thai people believe Naga live in Mekong River. The wonderful thing by Naga is the rise of light balls that occurs every year on a full moon night when Buddhist Lent is over (15th waxing moon of 11th month according to lunar calendar). People believe Naga produces light balls to worship Buddha. That night, Naga will gather at the center of Mekong River and produce many light balls going up in the sky.
About Guru Monk:
Luangpho Sudjai, abbot of Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province is a kind of pilgrim monk; solitary and doesn't care about money and stuff offering. He eats only one meal a day and never asks for donations from people. Every day, people come to him to seek about their destiny and business because LP Sudjai can tell the fortune that he does for free in order to make merit.
Knowledge>> Difference & Power from Kathina and Pha Pa:
“Kathina” is a Buddhist festival which comes at the end of Vassa, the three-month rainy season retreat for Theravada Buddhists. The season during which a monastery may hold a 'Kathina' festival is one month long, beginning after the full moon of the eleventh month in the lunar calendar (usually in October). It is a time of giving, for the laity to express gratitude to monks. Lay Buddhists bring donation to temples, especially new robes for the monks.
“Pha Pa” (frequent: Pha Pa Samakki) is a kind of Kathina that has no a specific date to do unlike Kathina. People can do Pha Pa in every season of a year. Doing Pha Pa is mainly for giving new robes for monks and making a donation for the temples.
Doing Kathina and doing Pha Pa can support Buddhism. The merit of doing Kathina and doing Pha Pa will bring the doer auspiciousness and prosperity. People believe when Kathina or Pha Pa doer dies, he or she will go to the heaven and when they are born, they will be in the rich & good family, good-looking and a beloved person of people as well as have a lot of money and properties.
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