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Preorder > No.1048: Wat Suan Mon **Great Fortune & Fulfillment > PREAB2246
PREAB2246 : Great Fortune & Fulfillment- Pu Sri Suttho & Ya Sri Pathumma Amulet, Holy Wood Powder (brown) (Wat Suan Mon, Udon Thani Province)
with Katha: Naga_SriSuttho, Naga_SriPathumma
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Size 3 x 3.5 cm
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Subtotal12.99 9.99 USD  


**Dear customers: Open booking until Tuesday 25 July 2017 or earlier because temple may alter the closing date. Shipment around Thursday 30 November 2017 or as soon as the amulets from temple have arrived.

**Note: This picture is a sample, so the real item may have a different color according to material and design.

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Name: Pu Sri Suttho & Ya Sri Pathumma Amulet (king and queen Naga)

Color: brown

Material: holy wood powder

Size: 3 x 3.5 cm

Amount: created only 4,999 pieces

From: Wat Suan Mon, Udon Thani Province

Origin: Thailand

Batch: Sarp Naga Sorng Phandin (2-Nation Naga’s Trove)

Year: 2560 B.E. (2017 C.E.)

Purpose: to earn donations for building the sermon hall at Wat Suan Mon, Udon Thani Province and for restoring Pu Sri Suttho Shrine at Wat Phra That Luang, Vientiane, Laos

Power: Pu Sri Suttho and Ya Pathumma are highly revered Naga in Thailand. Pu Sri Suttho is the king and Ya Pathumma is the queen. Their images were built together at Kam Chanod Buddhist Place, Udon Thani Province. Worshiping the two Naga is believed to bring great fortune and fulfillment—guaranteed by many worshipers.

Belief about Naga:
Naga is a holy serpent being in Buddhist mythology. Naga is a symbol of exuberance because it can access the land and the water.
Thai people believe Naga live in Mekong River. The wonderful thing by Naga is the rise of light balls that occurs every year on a full moon night when Buddhist Lent is over (15th waxing moon of 11th month according to lunar calendar). People believe Naga produces light balls to worship Buddha. That night, Naga will gather at the center of Mekong River and produce many light balls going up in the sky.

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