PREAB4145 : Much Wealthy & Protective 1st Batch Phra PidTa Bandan Sarp *Mai Ngiw Dam Amulet (LP Ban, Wat Pa Thep Nimit, Sisaket Province) with Katha:
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Name: Phra PidTa Bandan Sarp (1st Batch)
From: LP Ban, Wat Pa Thep Nimit, Sisaket Province
Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)
Objective: donations to build the Ubosot (Buddhist chapel) at Wat Wat Pa Thep Nimit
Size: 1.9 x 2.7 cm
Description: Powerful Wealthy & Protective Phra PidTa Amulet from Mai Ngiw Dam* holy blessing (in late Feb. 2018) by LP Ban Analayo of Wat Pa Thep Nimit a reverend monk whom people in Sisaket Province highly respect.
It’s special!! Because every amulet was carved by hand.
Powerful Material “Mai Ngiw Dam”, the King of Wood:
“Mai Ngiw Dam” is the longtime wood in Thai belief praised as “King of Wood” with all black skin and believed to be taken care by dryad. It grows in the deep forest where is full of spirits and mysteries—hard for ordinary people to reach except magical ones. When it reaches the proper time, spirit in the tree will depart and leave the tree itself for someone who will take it beneficially for Buddhism. Gurus say the wood from this tree is powerful by itself and can increase power of amulet very much. So, people use it as material for amulets such as figurines or a handle and sheath of knifes or swords. Said to be prominent in protection (from black magic, spirits and dangers) and in wealth.
Created only 499 pieces. / with authentication number
History of Phra PidTa:
A chubby Buddha with his hands covering his eyes is well-known as “Phra PidTa”, an icon of wealth in Thai belief. Idea of making Phra PidTa derives from Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai who was an enlightened disciple of Buddha. With image that looked very much like Buddha, Phra Kawampati transformed himself to a chubby monk so that people will not misunderstand him as Buddha and that became signature of Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai. Phra PidTa looks like Phra Sangkajjai, but is in a different posture; putting his hands on his eyes that implies an attempt to obtain calmness of mind by stopping seeing. Phra PidTa is praised as god of wealth. Whoever worships Phra PidTa will be successful in wealth and business.
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