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Phra Leela, Chao Khun Nor

Posted in Chao Khun Nor, phra li la with tags , , , , on September 26, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Lila, Tung Sesthi

Created by Chao Khun Nor 

Wat Dhepsirin



Chao Khun Nor’s

B.E.2440 ~ B.E.2514

Phra 25 Buddha Sattawas centuries, Silver

Posted in phra li la with tags , , on June 28, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Leela 25 Buddha Centuries



二十五佛 世纪




One of the two greatest and most well blessed in Thailand’s amulet creation history is the 25 Buddha Sattawas Leela amulet made in BE2500 in the memory of 2500 years of Buddhism for raising funds to build the Buddha Monthon (Buddhist Precinct). The amulets were created on that auspicious occasion by the support and sponsorship of the governent. Due to their important nature, hhe production process and consecration ceremony were conducted at Wat Suthat, an important temple of the Kingdom. All primary materials for making the amulets were blessed continually for three days, starting from February 9-11, BE2500 by the 108 Great Gurus. After that they were blessed continually for another three days from May 2-5, BE2500.


Here is the list of some of the 108 Great Gurus who conducted the great blessing, many of them are the Gurus who had blessed the Buddha Chinnaraj Indochine BE2485 :

1. LP Nak, Wat Rakang
2. LP Chong, Wat NaTangNok
3. LP Ngern, Wat Don YaiHom
4. LP Tae KongThong, Wat SamGnam
5. LP Plian, Wat Tai
6. LP Chaeng, Wat Bangpang
7. LP Lee, Wat Asokaram
8. LP Klaai, Wat SuanKhan
9. LP Tzai, Wat Sadej
10. LP Hiang, Wat PaaAranYikawas
11. LP Pae, Wat PikulThong
12. LP Roong, Wat ThaKrabue
13. LP Hom, Wat ChakMAK
14. LP Aant, Wat PhraYatiKaram
15. LP Lek, Wat BangNomkho
16. LP ThongSook, Wat TanodLuang
17. LP Nai, Wat BanChaeng
18. LP Thian, Wat Bosth
19. LP Sie, Wat Sakae
20. LP Thop, Wat ChonDaen
21. LP Toh, Wat Pradoo ChimPlee
22. LP Chan, Wat Klong Ranong
23. LP Nor, Wat KlangTharua
24. LP PhraKru ArkomSunthorn(Maa)
25. Phra Achran Saa, WatrajNadda
26. Phra Kru VinaiThorn(Fuang) Wat Sam Phanthawongse
27. LP Pak, Wat Bung ThongLang
28. Chao Khun Chia, Wat Phrachetuphon
29. Phra IndraSmacharn, Wat Indraviharn
30. Chao Khun Phol, Wat Nang
31. LP Puak, Wat Moli
32. LP Thaen, Wat Dhammasaen
33. LP Butra, Wat Mai BangPlakod
34. LP Thira Wat Pah Lelai
35. LP Hom, Wat ChakMak
36. LP Sie, Wat Sakae
37. LP Thop, Wat ChonDaen
38. LP Sook, WatThanod Luang

2014-06-29 11.07.07

The baked clay 25 Sattawas amulets were mixed with :
– holy soil from 4 memorial places related to Buddha in India : places of birth, enlightening, first teaching and passing
– holy soil from the spot (at Buddha Monthon) where the grand standing Buddha was build
– broken old antique amulets of Somdej, Nangphaya, Khun Paen, Phra Rod, etc
– holy soil from major temples across the country
– 108 kinds of herbs and flowers from the altars of many temples

Number of creation :
1. Baked Clay : 2,421,250 pieces
2. Lead/Tin : 2,421,250 pieces
Grand Total : 4,842,500 pieces
Donation Rate for 1 & 2 : 10 Baht per piece
3. Gold : 15 pieces
4. Nak (Alloy of Gold and Copper) : 30 pieces
5. Silver : 300 pieces

2013-05-23 20.21.09

Phra Lila, Kamphangphet

Posted in phra li la with tags , , , , on August 31, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Lila, Tung Sesthi


Phra Lila

Posted in phra li la with tags , , on August 13, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Lila Tung Sesthi

Walking Buddha (Phra Lila) Kamphangphet

Posted in phra li la, Thai Buddhist famous amulet with tags , , , , , on June 9, 2012 by ahaina

甘烹碧府, “拍厘拉甘烹碧 ~ 考秦银” 佛像

Phra Lila (Walking Buddha)

“Sheykang-Kangmad” silver alloy

  Circa 700 years+

Wat Onoi


Phra is the image of the Buddha representing his descent from the Tavatimsha Heaven, to which he had risen in order to preach to his mother. Normally it is in the form of a figure that seems to have come to a momentary pause mid-stride, one heel raised while the other foot is firmly planted on the ground, one hand lifted in a gesture of giving instruction or dispelling fear, while the other arm is naturally at its side. This is also known as Abbhaya mudra, the mudra of no fear. In Theravada Buddhism, a mudra is a symbolic gesture or symbol. This gesture of Phra Leela means dispelling of fear, peace, protection as well as benevolence.

Phra Lila (Walking Buddha)

Phra Lila (Walking Buddha) brings good fortune and wealth to the wearer. A wearer will have the ability to see good opportunities as well as obtaining them. Phra Leela will help a wearer to walk through obstacles in life as well protecting them from danger. Business people will see that there is a lot of help obtained in their business as well as the luck of attracting people of higher power.

Phra Thung Seti / Phra Somkor

Posted in phra li la, Phra Somkor, Kamphangphet, Phra Soom Kor with tags , , , , , , , , on November 20, 2011 by ahaina

Phra Thung Seti

size medium


Phra Somkor

size medium


This is sometimes called the Buddha of Fortune. It was said that when these amulets were found, an inscription “Poverty will never fall on those who possesses this amulet ” was written in the chedi. 

This group actually comprises of 2 different kinds of amulets, Phra Leela, the walking Buddha in an oblong shape and Phra SomKor in a semi round shape, both from Kamphengphet province. Several types of Kamphangphet tablets are amongst the most sought after by collectors.

Phra Somkor normally comes in either the shape of a thumbnail, or an oval shape commonly referred to as cake amulets (kanom). They are estimated to have been made some 600 years ago. Today Phra Somkor appears to be slightly more popular than Phra Leela, as it is smaller and easier to wear when wearing a full set of BenjaPakee.

Phra Leela Thoong-set-thee, Chao Khun Nor.

Posted in Chao Khun Nor, phra li la with tags , , , , , , on December 23, 2010 by ahaina

Phra Leela Thoong-set-thee

Phra Leela Thoong-set-thee

Dhan Chao Khun Noraratanarajmanit, or Chao Khun Nor, (1857-1971) was one of Thailand’s most revered monks. The Buddha amulets he blessed are still considered very sacred and are highly sought after by collectors and devotees.

This piece shown is the Phra Leela Thoong-set-thee, size small, created by Chao Khun Nor, “U” at the back, Wat Dhepsirin, Bangkok.

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