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Phra Kring Paireephinatch, Wat Boworn 2495

Posted in phra kring, Wat Borworn with tags , , , , on November 16, 2014 by ahaina


越波旺 拍吟 药师佛

Kring Paireephinatch Buddha

angled Lotus base


Wat Boworn





Posted in Luang Phor Tim, phra kring with tags , , on October 2, 2014 by ahaina


DSC00054拍吟 金纳般尊药师佛

特殊金属 底部秘制圣土(第52枚)



Made from Sacred metal

With Sacred Soil Base

Number 52


created by Luang Phor TIM



Phra Kring (3 Code) Luang Phor Toh

Posted in Luang Phor Toh, phra kring with tags , , , , on July 28, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Kring (rare mould)

3 code silver base


Luang Phor Toh


Wat Pradoochimpee


Phra Kring , Wat Changhai, 昌海佛寺 – 药师吟佛

Posted in phra kring, Wat Changhai with tags , , , , on July 17, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Kring Zhu La Pong


Created by Acarya Tim


Wat Changhai


Archan Tim 1020-03682-235x300


Phra Kring – LP Kasem

Posted in Luang Phor Kasem, phra kring with tags , , , on July 10, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Kring

created by Luang Phor Kasem

Wat Susahn Sahlahwangthan


Luang Phor Kasemimages

Luang Phor Kasem

28 Nov B.E. 2455 – 15 Jan B.E. 2539

Phra Kring (Na) B.E.2539 – Wat Chang Hai

Posted in phra kring, Wat Changhai with tags , , , , on November 14, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Kring (Na)

Created by Wat ChangHai B.E.2539

Limited issue 99 pcs only

药师佛 小金身、越昌海佛历2539年

鎏金版 限量制作、只99尊

Phra Kring ~ Wat Mongkolborphitch

Posted in phra kring with tags , , , , , on November 10, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Kring, LuangPu Mongkolborphitch Buddha

created by Wat Mongkolborphitch with China Buddhism Temple at B.E.,2530

Mass Chanted ~ Nava made


Engraved on its back are the chinese characters “ 達摩 ”  (“Bodhi Dharma”)

and on its base is the chinese character  Xing .    “ ”  “ good-Luck ”



Posted in phra kring, Wat Suthat with tags , , , on September 2, 2012 by ahaina

Wat Suthat

Phra Kring, Medicine Buddha

was consecrated in year B.E.,2546

Blessed in Super Grand Ceremony for 9 days and nights, non-stop mass chanted by Top monks, made from sacred Nawa-Loha metal and mixed old Phra Kring amulets.


Posted in phra kring with tags , , , , on June 24, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Kring Khao Kong

Wat Khao Kong, B.E.2509


图上的立体佛像小金身为Phra Kring Khao Kong, Wat Khao Kong 的第一期立体佛牌金身制作于佛历 2509年(西元1968年),这款金属制的立体小金身加入了很多著名大师的佛牌以及符筒溶制筹做而成的。

于此帮B.E 2509 龙婆考空立体小金身念经加持的师傅有除了有:

阿占南 Wat DonSaLa , 

Archan Tim, Wat ChangHai 外还有:

Archan Nong, Wat SaiKao

Luang Phor Dam, Wat Tuyong

Luang Phor Meaung, Wat TaHaen

Luang Phor Nak, Wat RaKang

Phor Than Saeng, Wat KlongNamJet

Phor Than Seng,Wat LaemSai

Luang Phor Dee, Wat TanYongMat

Luang Phor Deang, Wat Choeng Khao

以及 Archan Chum ChaiKhiri

Khao Kong Buddhist Park
142 rai of land located at Phu Lam. The route from downtownNarathiwat – Rangae. (Highway 4055), about 9 kilometers to see Wat Khao Kong, And auspicious Buddha Thaksin Ming Pang Pathomthetsana sit cross-legged gold diamond on a hilltop.Arts South Indian currency Engineering. Year 2509 began building when completed in the year 2512 the Lord is concrete and decorated with gold mosaic Nhatak width 17 meters high measured from the south Poraepola Kate Bua Tum to 24 meters.Classified as a beautiful outdoor Buddha and the largest in the South. Hill next to the child Jedi Siri Maha Maya has a bell Above the arch and four more stages toward the Jedi. The statue of Brahma. Grand Buddha’s relics on the top contains the sacred hill.Next ball, he also is home to one of the temple. Outside the four walls decorated earthenware carving Elephant fall behind offering lotus Form a warrior with a golden angel holding decanter presented.


Posted in phra kring, Wat Suthat with tags , , on June 15, 2012 by ahaina




Queen’s  72-Year Official Birthday Anniversary

9-Temple Mass Blessing

History of Wat suthat

Wat Suthat was begun by King Rama I (1782-1809), founder of the Chakri dynasty, soon after his coronation. It was continued by Rama II (1809-24) and completed by Rama III (1824-51).

Rama I brought the temple’s main Buddha image to Bangkok by river from Sukothai. On its arrival, the king declared seven days of festivities and the bronze statue was paraded through the streets on the way to the wihan built specially for it at Wat Suthat. Rama himself walked barefoot in the procession and it is said he was so exhausted by the time he arrived that he staggered into the temple.

A huge red teak arch, carved under Rama II, is all that remains of an original giant swing, which was used to celebrate and thank Shiva for a bountiful rice harvest and to ask for the god’s blessing on the next.

The minister of rice, accompanied by hundreds of Brahman court astrologers, would lead a parade around the city walls to the temple precinct. Teams of men would ride the swing on arcs as high as 82 feet in the air, trying to grab a bag of silver coins with their teeth.

Due to injuries and deaths, the dangerous swing ceremony was discontinued in 1932, but the thanksgiving festival is still celebrated in mid-December after the rice harvest.
What to See

The large Wat Suthat complex covers an area of 4.08 ha (10 acres). It is rectangular in plan, surrounded by a wall 949 m (3114 ft) in length. The area consists of the temple area itself and the monastic living quarters.

The main wihan (hall) of Wat Suthat houses a beautiful 13th-century Phra Buddha Shakyamuni, a bronze Buddha image over 8m (25ft) tall. The ashes of King Rama VIII, brother of the current king, are contained in its base.

The splendid wall paintings cover an area of 2565 sq. m (27,450 sq. ft) and are perhaps the most extensive and important of their kind in Thailand. They underwent thorough and costly restoration in the late 1980s, after significant damage caused mainly by bat droppings.

The paintings were commissioned at least in part by Rama II but were probably completed towards the end of the reign of Rama III, around 1850. According to art historians, the murals are transitional in style: they differ from the work of classical Thai painters and show an obvious Western influence.

The wall paintings depict the Jataka Tales – 24 previous lives of the Buddha – and the columns are painted with scenes of the early history of Bangkok. The column closest to the door on the right depicts scenes of the early westerners who came to Siam.

The main hall is surrounded by a circumambulatory area of three levels, on the topmost of which are small chapels on each of the four corners.

The large and peaceful cloisters surrounding the wihan contain more than 150 Buddha images along the outer wall. The statues are in various states of repair, since each is “adopted” by a patron to make merit for a departed loved one, who may be interred in the base or the wall next to the Buddha.

Outside stand many Chinese pagodas, bronze horses, and figures of Chinese soldiers. The statues are said to have been shipped from China as ballast in rice boats during the reign of Rama I.

The Buddhist temple is closely associated with Hinduism as well, and especially the Hindu Brahman priests who officiate at important state ceremonies. There are two Hindu shrines nearby. To the northwest across the street is the Deva Sathan, which contains images of Shiva and Ganesh, and to the east, the smaller Saan Jao Phitsanu is dedicated to Vishnu.

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