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Phor Than Klai 1st batch Medal 金口和尚 菩谭开

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on May 14, 2015 by ahaina

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金口大师 . 菩谭开

Medal of Phor Than Klai

1st Batch, B.E.2498

Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

Phor Than Klai

B.E.2419 – B.E.2513

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Phor Thang Klai is one of the most respected monks in southern Thailand. It is rumored that whatever he said or predicted would often came true. He was then by many given the title “Golden Mouth”..

When Phor Thang Klai was 14 years old, he went with his uncle to chop firewood. The tree he was chopping fell and crushed his left leg. Phor Thang Klai thought this to be a minor matter, only a small injury and did not seek medical attention. Infection worsened. His left ankle was shattered, swelling increased and the pain became unbearable.

When Phor Thang Klai could no longer stand the pain, he grasp a sharp knife and chopped of the swollen ankle. With the aid of natural herbs and medical attention the bleeding eventually stopped and the leg healed.

Phor Thang Klai often moved around on water buffalos to aid mobility. He was ordained at the age of 15 and at 26 became the temple abbot.

Phor Thang Klai was born in 1876 and passed away in 1970 (B.E 2513) at the age of 94. His body is still intact and present for viewing at Wat TattNoi (Wat ChanDi).

The legend

When people in west Malaysia heard of the legend of the “Golden Mouth” monk “金口”和尚, a lot of people went to Thailand in search of Phor Thang Klai to ask for lottery numbers. Eventually Phor Thang Klai shook his head and would say nothing. Someone managed to find a way around this by holding up a number and asking if it is good. Phor Thang Klai replied that it was not bad. Afterwards this clever and fortunate sole bought a lottery ticket and struck it rich.

Medal of Phor Than Klai, 1st batch B.E.2498

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on October 8, 2014 by ahaina

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金口大师 . 菩谭开

1st Batch medal of Phor Than Klai

B.E.2498

Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

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Phor Than Klai

B.E.2419 – B.E.2513

Phor Than Klai, Somdej image

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on September 16, 2014 by ahaina

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created by Phor Thankai

Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

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Phor Than Klai

B.E.2419-2513

Medal of Phor Than Klai, 1st batch B.E.2498

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on July 29, 2014 by ahaina

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金口大师.菩谭开

1st Batch medal of Phor Than Klai

B.E.2498

Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

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Phor Than Klai

B.E.2419-2513

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 King Rama IX paying respect to Phor Than Klai 

Phor Than Klai – Bualop

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , , on July 14, 2014 by ahaina

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Phor Than Klai – Bualop

B.E.2505

Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

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Phor Than Klai Bualop B.E.2505

LP Klai spd20090814193917b King Rama IX paying respect to Phor Than Klai 

Medal of Phor Than Klai & Luang Phor Fern

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , , , on July 11, 2014 by ahaina

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Phor Than Klai of Wat Suan Kan

Nakorn Sri Thammarat

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Luang Phor Fern of Wat Kong Ka Liab

Songkhlaa

B.E.2505

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Phor Than Klai

LP Klai spd20090814193917b King Rama IX paying respect to Phor Than Klai 

Rian Phor Thang Klai 2498 金口 菩唐凯铜牌

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on June 26, 2012 by ahaina

Rian Phor Thang Klai, B.E.2498

Wat Suan Khan

Phor Thang Klai (B.E.2419-2513)

 

Phor Thang Klai is one of the most respected monks in southern Thailand. It is rumored that whatever he said or predicted would often came true. He was then by many given the title “Golden Mouth”..

When Phor Thang Klai was 14 years old, he went with his uncle to chop firewood. The tree he was chopping fell and crushed his left leg. Phor Thang Klai thought this to be a minor matter, only a small injury and did not seek medical attention. Infection worsened. His left ankle was shattered, swelling increased and the pain became unbearable.

When Phor Thang Klai could no longer stand the pain, he grasp a sharp knife and chopped of the swollen ankle. With the aid of natural herbs and medical attention the bleeding eventually stopped and the leg healed.

Phor Thang Klai often moved around on water buffalos to aid mobility. He was ordained at the age of 15 and at 26 became the temple abbot.

Phor Thang Klai was born in 1876 and passed away in 1970 (B.E 2513) at the age of 94. His body is still intact and present for viewing at Wat TattNoi (Wat ChanDi).

The legend

When people in west Malaysia heard of the legend of the “Golden Mouth” monk “金口”和尚, a lot of people went to Thailand in search of Phor Thang Klai to ask for lottery numbers. Eventually Phor Thang Klai shook his head and would say nothing. Someone managed to find a way around this by holding up a number and asking if it is good. Phor Thang Klai replied that it was not bad. Afterwards this clever and fortunate sole bought a lottery ticket and struck it rich.

PHOR THANG KLAI, 金口大师 菩唐凱

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , on June 25, 2012 by ahaina

Phor Thang Klai

Herbs made Phim Lek

Wat Suan Khan

洛坤府、越萱康佛寺

金口大師菩唐凱制 荖葉渣參水銀、葯草、髮碎大師法像(小模)

Phor Thang  Klai (B.E.2419~2513)

Luang Phor Klai  “ Pu Thang Klai ”  is one of the respectable monk and famous southern monk,  It was rumored that whatever he said or predicted, often came true, and that is why he was given the title  ~ ( 金口菩藏 ) “ The Golden Mouth ” by many !

Rian Phor Thang Klai, 金口师傅 – 菩唐凱

Posted in luangpu kai with tags , , , on June 15, 2012 by ahaina

洛坤府、越萱康佛寺、菩唐凯自身铜牌

佛历2498年 菩唐凱亲制

Rian Phor Thang Klai, B.E.2498

Wat Suan Khan

Biography of LP Klai (Phor Than Klai – 金口师傅)

LP Klai (B.E.2419~2513), commonly known as Phor Than Klai, was one of the respectable monk and famous southern monk. He was given the title “Golden Mouth 金口师傅” because whatever he had said or predicted, will always come true.

When LP Klai was 14 years old, he went with his uncle to chop firewood and the tree he was chopping fell towards him and squashed his left leg. LP Klai thought it was nothing much just a small injury and did not seek for medical attention.

But the injury eventually became worse as his left ankle was shattered upon inspection. It swelled till very big and contacted gangrenous and the pain was unbearable. One day when LP Klai could not bear the pain anymore and he took a sharp knife and chopped off the swollen ankle region. When someone found out and immediately went to find herbs to help him to stop the bleedings and doctor to cure him. After this incident, LP Klai had trouble getting around and usually moved around on a water buffalo.

LP Klai was ordained at the age of 15 and by the age of 26, he became the abbot of the temple. LP Klai was one of the very respectful monks by the Thai King. A lot of mystery things happened on LP Klai and when he passed away. They wanted to cremate his body but they can’t cimply tourched the torso. In the end, Thai King himself try to light it personally but only can burnt one of his toes. Presently, LP Klai’s body can still be view in the temple.

Phor Thang  Klai (B.E.2419~2513)

Puthang Klai LopOm 金口菩唐开法丸

Posted in Auspicious Objects 吉祥宝物, luangpu kai with tags , , , , , , , on June 8, 2012 by ahaina

Puthang Klai LopOm

Wat Suan Khan

洛坤府 ~ 越萱康

此 法丸乃菩唐凱应用荖葉渣、草药、髮碎 親制

后贴有菩唐凱大師之迦裟衣角,表法金口

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