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PGOPZ1534 : One Price Rare Auspicious B.E. 2538 Guan Yin Amulet (Wat Samiannari, Bangkok )
with Katha: Buddha_GuanYin
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It’s time for worship. Do not miss this auspicious amulet!

100% Authentic from Temple

Name: Guan Yin Amulet

From: Wat Samiannari, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E.2538 (C.E.1995)

Material: brass

Size: 1 cm x 2.6 cm

Purpose of Making: to use the money for developing and restoring Wat Samiannari

Ceremony: Many guru monks participated in the blessing ceremony at the chapel of Wat Samiannari in 1995.

Power: Chinese people and Thai people worship Guan Yin.They believe that to worship Guan Yin will bring the worshipper auspiciousness, peacefulness, good luck and fulfillment.

Present: This Guan Yin amulet is an exact copy of the real Guan Yin statue in Guan Yin Shrine of Wat Samiannari.

Information of Wat Samiannari, Bangkok:
Wat Samiannari is located in Jatujak District, Bangkok. This temple was established in 1857 by madam Samiankham, a treasurer of King Rama the Fifth. Then madam Samiankham handed down her position of a treasure of King to her daughter. Both madam Samiankham and her daughter always supported this temple all their lives. So, this temple was named Wat Samiannari to be an honor to them in 1979. Wat Samiannari has been being developed. In 1988, this temple received a reward of Model Developed Temple of Bangkok from Department of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Culture.
In addition, Wat Samiannari has Guan Yin Shrine.

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