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PDMAC7631 : Prime Collection Most Auspicious Rare Collection Phra Kring Solot Mor Por Ror (contains metal bead) Grand Blessing by LP Tim, L (Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram, Bangkok )
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100% Authentic from Temple

Name: Phra Kring Solot Mor Por Ror (contains metal bead)

From: Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E.2515 (C.E.1972)

Material: holy metal

Size: 1.8 x 3.4 cm

Presented: Inside contains metal bead. We can hear a little sound when shaking amulet.

Ceremony: holy blessing in 1972 performed by many top monks of Thailand such as LP Tim, LP Toh, LP Du, etc.

Power: Phra Kring is a famous Buddha amulet in Thailand. Believed to fulfill wishes of prayer, bring wealth, prosperity, progression, safety and peacefulness as well as used to make holy water to cure illness and drive out the inauspicious.

The name “Phra Kring” (Phra = Buddha, Kring = inside metal bead) comes from a metal bead in amulet. The ringing sound is believed to bring good luck.

People believe Phra Kring can cure illness. In the reign of King Rama III, there was the spreading of cholera that killed many Thai people. Somdej Phrawannarat (LP Daeng) abbot of Wat Suthat, Bangkok blessed Phra Kring amulet in the water and gave out water to people. People who drank that water (including LP Daeng) could get over cholera.

Information about Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram:

This temple is situated to the north of Saran Rom Park, the Temple is relatively small and covers a total area of approximately 2 rai. It was built in the reign of King Rama IV who intended it to be a temple in the Dhammayutika Sect as well as to be one of the 3 major temples as required by an old tradition to be situated within the capital. The place was originally a royal coffee plantation in the reign of King Rama III. With his personal donation, King Rama IV bought the plantation and had a small temple constructed there, naming it Wat Ratchapradit Sathitthammayutikaram. Later, he had the name changed to Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram. A place of interest in this temple is Phra Wihan Luang-the royal image hall-which houses mural paintings depicting The Royal Ceremonies over 12 Months and legend of the solar eclipse phenomenon.

Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram. Situated to the north of Saran Rom Park, the Temple is relatively small and covers a total area of approximately 2 rai. It was built in the reign of King Rama IV who intended it to be a temple in the Dhammayutika Sect as well as to be one of the 3 major temples as required by an old tradition to be situated within the capital. The place was originally a royal coffee plantation in the reign of King Rama III. With his personal donation, King Rama IV bought the plantation and had a small temple constructed there, naming it “Wat Ratchapradit Sathitthammayutikaram”. Later, he had the name changed to “Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram”. A place of interest in this temple is Phra Wihan Luang - the royal image hall - which houses mural paintings depicting “The Royal Ceremonies over 12 Months” and legend of the solar eclipse phenomenon.

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