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PGOOD391 : Wealth Collection Phra Phikhanet statue – The Best powerful amulet of Success & Wisdom (Wat Phra Sri Maha Umathewi, Bangkok)
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Name: Phra Phikhanet statue

From: Wat Phra Sri Maha Umathewi, Bangkok

Material: this Phra Phikhanet statue created from metal.

Origin: Thailand

Size: 5.5 cm x 9.8 cm

Year: B.E.2551 (C.E.2008)

Purpose for making: donate the money from amulet to develop and restore the buildings in temple.

Ceremony: there were top monks joined to bless Phra Phikhanet at Wat Phra Sri Maha Umathewi.

Powerful: Thais believe lord Ganesha can bring success, progress and good things to worshiper. On the other hand, there is believe lord Ganesha is the god of ghost, so Phra Phikhanet can protect worshiper from ghost.

Presented: there are holy mass under the base of Phra Phikhanet statue.

Biography of Wat Phra Sri Maha Umathewi:

Wat Phra Sri Maha Umathewi (Sri Mahamariamman Temple or Wat Kak Silom). It is Hindu temple of Goddess Uma, consort of Shiva. It was built around 1879 by a group of Indians who lived in Bangkok on Silom Road.
This temple was decorated with principal image Sri Mahamariamman (Uma Devi), surrounded by god and goodness namely Ganesha, Khandakumara, Krisna, Vishnu, Rasmi and Kali.
There is a ceremony namely Nawa Ratri or Dussehra is held by the temple during the first to the ninth day of the 11th lunar month (around October) when the temple statues were carried by the Hindu community along Si Lom Road.


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