PDMPR492 : PRO Lucky No.5989 More Auspicious Life 2 Pcs Phra Kring amulet & Phra Chaiwat amulet Lek Nam Phi (holy iron ore) (LP Sawang, Wat Ban Nong Jik, Sisaket Province) with Katha:
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Name: 2 Pcs Phra Kring amulet & Phra Chaiwat amulet
From: LP Sawang, Wat Ban Nong Jik, Sisaket Province
Batch: “Ruay Than Jai” = Rich Instantly
Year: B.E.2563 (C.E.2020)
Material: Lek Nam Phi (holy iron ore) (OR who book this amulet may get special Lek Nam Phi body with golden Buddha head and silver bottom by your chance)
Build: 199 pcs.
Serial number: 34
Purpose of Making: to earn donations to develop and restore Wat Ban Nong Jik.
Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Sawang (disciple of LP Saen) at Wat Ban Nong Jik on the auspicious date.
Phra Kring and Phra Chaiwat are famous Buddha amulets in Thailand. They are usually made together with similar appearance, but Phra Chaiwat is smaller.
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.
Phra Chaiwat is an amulet of the King. Every king of Thailand has his own Phra Chaiwat. Phra Chaiwat means “always conquer/win/succeed”. In the past, Phra Chaiwat is made as a model before making Phra Kring to mean propitious beginning.
People believe to worship Phra Chaiwat will bring propitiousness, good luck, wealth, safety and success in what we hope for in human endeavor. Besides, gurus say Phra Chaiwat can carry off illness, too.
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