PGOOD196 : Beautiful Collection Phra Phut Tha Chai Mongkol – The Best of Protection & Fulfill (Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Ayutthaya province) with Katha:
|Great of Fulfill worshiper’s wish & Protection|
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: Phra Phut Tha Chai Mongkol
From: Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Ayutthaya province.
Color: white and gold
Material: this powerful Buddha amulet made from resin.
Size: 7.8 cm x 10 cm
Purpose for making: The temple has been made amulets that require donation of money for developing the temple.
Ceremony: there were many top monks in Ayutthaya joined to bless this Buddha amulet at the Buddhist church of Wat Yai Chai Mongkol.
Power: Thai people believe Phra Phut Tha Chai Mongkol can fulfill them wishes and help them from obstacles and bad things.
Presented: this powerful Buddha amulet comes with beautiful casing.
Biography of King Naresuan the Great (reign: 1590-1605)
Phitsanulok was the birthplace of one of the greatest heroes in Thai history - King Naresuan who was born in 1555. His father, King Mahathammaracha was a descendant of the Phra Ruang dynasty of Sukhothai, and his mother was Queen Phra Wisut Kasattri of the Suwannaphum dynasty of Ayutthaya.
At the age of nine, he had been taken as hostage to Burma for 6 years. King Naresuan was a great warrior king. He liberated Ayutthaya from Burma while he was the Crown Prince. He led the soldiers into battles to defend the country against Burmese invasions many times. He is also widely known among the Thais nowadays for his heroic efforts. He led the assault of a Burmese camp by climbing the wooden stockade with the blunt side of a saber in his mouth. He had a duel on elephants with the Burmese Crown Prince and slew him. He took the offensive against Burma and also dealt with the Cambodians who made a series of raids. King Naresuan extended Ayutthaya's territory to include Lanna, Lanchang, Cambodia and some parts of Burma. He enforced strict discipline on his soldiers and the people. During his reign, Ayutthaya was a very secure and powerful state.
Apart from being a great warrior, King Naresuan also played a significant role in foreign relations and trade. Realizing the importance of foreign trade, he sent envoys to China and Spain, and cultivated friendly relations with the Europeans. Ayutthaya concluded a treaty of friendship and commerce with Spain, which was the second treaty that Siam made with a European Power. (The first European power with which Siam had a treaty was Portugal.) Under this treaty, Spaniards had the right to reside, to trade and to practice their religion in Siam. At the end of his reign, he exposed Ayutthaya to another western nation - the Dutch.
King Naresuan deserved the honor of being "the Great". He not only restored the national independence but also made Siam such a powerful country that no enemy threatened the walls of Ayutthaya again for a period of one hundred seventy three years.
Three of King Naresuan's weapons and belongings have constituted a part of the Royal Regalia down to the present. The first is the musket with which he shot the Burmese leader in one of the battles to defend Ayutthaya against Burma. Second is the saber that he carried in his mouth during his assault on the Burmese camp at Ayutthaya. The last is the leather hat with a brim cut-off in the shape of a crescent moon, which he was wearing when he engaged in a duel on elephants with the Crown Prince of Burma.
History of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon:
Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon is the first temple that created Buddha image in style Phar Khunpaen “Bai Phutsa in Thailand. The image made of holy soil of old place from Ayutthaya and has been blessed by the most respected guru monk at this temple.
- The Government Public Relations Department (Thailand)