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PREAC2923 : lucky random* Phra Pidta Sarp Setthi (amulet for wealth) (LP Lun Suphajaro, Wat Thammaratphotharam, Surin Province )
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Name: lucky random* Phra Pidta Sarp Setthi (amulet for wealth)

From: LP Lun Suphajaro, Wat Thammaratphotharam, Surin Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: B.E.2565 (C.E.2022)

*This item is Lucky Random. Lucky Random item is an interesting activity that temple would like you to join. Temple will do like lucky draw. You will get one from the list below by your luck.

(Note: Lucky Random amulet will be sealed confidentially for individual. We will not open unless we receive permission from customer or in case of encasing. For your kindly acknowledge.)

1. 3k-plated metal with silver Takrut (made 9 pcs)
2. 2k-plated metal with silver Takrut (made 19 pcs)
3. gold-plated metal with silver Takrut (made 29 pcs)
4. pink gold with silver Takrut (made 29 pcs)
5. Nawaloha (9-metal alloy) with silver Takrut (made 29 pcs)
6. alpaca with brass Takrut (made 29 pcs)
7. satin alpaca with brass Takrut (made 29 pcs)
8. iridescent alloy with brass Takrut (made 39 pcs)
9. bronze with brass Takrut (made 44 pcs)
10. brass with copper Takrut (made 44 pcs)

Objective: to earn donations to develop and restore old permanent objects in temple

Ceremony: blessing performed by LP Lun Suphajaro at Wat Thammaratphotharam, Surin Province

Power: 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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