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Phra Buddha – Qing Dynasty 清 乾隆 鎏金佛牌

Posted in Ancient amulet s, 中国古文物珍藏 with tags , on September 3, 2014 by ahaina


Qing Dynasty Phra Buddha

清代 乾隆年 鎏金佛牌

Phra Thakardan ancient image 帕塔甲兰

Posted in Ancient amulet s, Phra Tha Kadan 塔甲蘭 with tags , , , , , on September 3, 2014 by ahaina


Ancient amulet

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“拍塔甲兰屏艾” 佛像


The ancient amulet ; Phra Hu Yan

Posted in Ancient amulet s, Phra Hu Yan with tags , on September 2, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Hu Yan

ancient amulet


Power :

In general, Phra Hu Yan is one of top 5 popular amulets that was found in Gru about in C.E. 1907 or 107 years ago

This Phra Hu Yan is not only very ancient and is also have very powerful in being invulnerable and charm. 



Phra Ruang

Posted in Ancient amulet s, Phra Ruang with tags , , , on September 1, 2014 by ahaina



Phra Ruang

ancient image 

Phra Ruang, the name of the dynasty of the monarchs that ruled the Sukhothai Kingdom and a name of hero in Thai legends, has evolved into a generic name for all ancient Sukhothai monarchs or rulers since 14th century. The word “Ruang” means prosperous or glorious. It is believed that Phra Ruang was a monarch who had accomplished a large amount of merit in his previous life, his words were sacred and wise, and with his great knowledge of arts and science, he managed to send out junks to trade with China, being married to the Emperor’s daughter and bringing back Chinese potters to produce ceramics in Sukhothai.

In the circle of votive tablet collectors, the name “Phra Ruang” has been used to call two different groups of votive tablets.

The first group depicts a standing Buddha image in the attitude of granting blessings. The well-known collections include, for example, the repository of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in Sukhothai, the repository of Maha Thera cave in Lop Buri and the repository of Nong Chaeng in Suphanburi. The Buddha image in this group shows a characteristic of the Khmer-influenced Bayon style.

The second group depicts sitting Buddha image. The characteristics and iconographic details are variable. Each is named according to the site it has been found. The Buddha style is characteristic of the Lop Buri and Sukhothai arts. The sitting Buddha in the style of the Lop Buri art is usually depicted in royal attire and, sometimes, seated inside a flame-like aureola, displaying both the attitude of meditation and subduing Mara while the one in the Sukhothai style is usually found displaying the attitude of subduing Mara and is not highly ornamented. The Buddha characteristics are the same as the votive tablets of the Sukhothai art that have been generally found.

It is assumed that the term “Phra Ruang” as given to the group of the standing Buddha image may derive from “Phra Ruang Rojanarit”, the standing Buddha image of the Sukhothai style that King Rama VI had it transferred from Si Satchanalai, restored and enshrined in the Vihan, north of the Phra Prathom Chedi in Nakhon Prathom. The reason is that the votive tablet collectors viewed that the Buddha style of both images shared similar characteristics.

Phra Khun Phaen Kru, Wat BangKlang

Posted in Ancient amulet s, phra khunpan with tags , , , , , , on August 10, 2014 by ahaina




Phra Khun Phaen Kru

U Thong Dynasty


Wat BangKlang



Pim Naa Tewada

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Phra Khun Phaen Kru Wat BangKlang, Phim Odd Krut

Posted in Ancient amulet s, phra khunpan with tags , , , on August 2, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Khun Phaen Kru

Wat BangKlang

Phim Odd Krut


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