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Phra Rod, Wat Mahawan

Posted in Phra Rod with tags , , on November 21, 2014 by ahaina

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Phra Rod

Wat Mahawan

Lampoon Province

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Phra Rod, Wat Mahawan 五方佛之 – 除障避险佛

Posted in Phra Benja Pakee, Phra Rod with tags , , , on November 15, 2014 by ahaina

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Phra Rod

Wat Mahawan

Lampoon Province

Phra Rod images was created by a hermit.

First discovered during the earlier days of King Rama 5 reign when a pagoda from Wat Mahawan in Lumpoon province.

The Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape, they have superb Buddhistic power, especially in protection and being safe from all dangers and disasters or misfortunes.

They are made of clay and the oldest once are over 1,250 years old.

Phra Rod, Wat Mahawan

Posted in Ancient amulet s, Phra Benja Pakee, Phra Rod with tags , , , on September 13, 2014 by ahaina

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Phra Rod

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Wat Mahawan

Lampoon Province

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Phra Rod

Posted in Phra Benja Pakee, Phra Rod with tags , , , , , , on July 21, 2013 by ahaina

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Phra Rod

Mahawan Lampoon Provincen 

Phra Rod Mahawan, 帕洛玛哈弯

Posted in Phra Rod with tags , , , , , on March 22, 2013 by ahaina

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Phra Rod

MahaWan

LamPoon Province

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The Grand 5 Sacred Buddha Amulets (Phra Benjapakee)

Posted in Phra Benja Pakee, the grand 5 sacred buddha amulets with tags , , , , , , , , on February 22, 2013 by ahaina

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Phra Nang Phaya
Phra Nang Phaya were created during of Ayuttaya era, Pitsanulok province. The major discovered are from Wat Nang Phaya around B.E.2444. The temple was said to be built for merits making to his Queen, the mother of King Naresuan, the Thai people given name “Queen of Thailand amulets”. Phra Nang Phaya are very famous for bless strong with attractiveness and respectful from all others, also power on charm and safe from all dangers.

Phra Rod
Phra Rod was created by a hermit. First discovered during the earlier days of King Rama 5 reign when a pagoda from Wat Mahawan in Lumpoon province. The Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape, they have superb Buddhistic power, especially in protection and being safe from all dangers and disasters or misfortunes. They are made of clay and the oldest once are over 1,250 years old.

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The Grand 5 Sacred Buddha Amulets

“BenjaPakee”

is actually an ancient word from Pali. Benja means 5 kind or type, Pakee means set or grouping.
So BenjaPakee means 5 different types of amulets in a group or set.

A group of well-known amulet collectors in early 1950s suggested a guide for the thai people, the best choice to worn on their neck, Also taking into consideration of the Buddha history, age, form and size etc.

The great BenjaPakee amulets are:

1. Phra Somdej (King of Amulet)
2. Phra Nang Phaya (Queen of Amulet)
3. Phra Rod
4. Phra Phong Supan
5. Phra Somkor

Phra Somdej
Phra Somdej were created by Somdej Phra BuddhaJahn Toh Prommarangsri (Somdej Toh). He’s a son of King Rama I. He started to make Phra Somdej amulets in B.E.2409. Materials for making Phra somdej comprise: Shell lime, holy powder, assorted flowers from shine, rice, lotus, ashes, honey, banana, tang oil, etc. Then chanted with spells and meditate. To bless every life in this world for good karma and strong protection against negative energy. Total of 84,000 amulets was made at the time. Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang is once of the most famous and the best amulets from Thailand.

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Phra Phong Supan
Phra Phong Supan were discovered on B.E. 2456 in Wat Phra Sri Ratanamahathat, Supan Buri province. According to a golden scripture found together in the pagoda which described that Phra Phong Supan was created by Phra Mahathera PiyaThassi Saribut during the period of King Bormrajathiraj 2nd. It has strong ”U-thong” art style. Most of unique of this amulets is at the back had a thumb print of the creator. A superb Buddha amulets had all mighty protective power against weapon and bring good luck. Is the most powerful amulets of ever.

Phra Somkor
Phra Somkor were first discovered on B.E. 2392 in Wat Phra Boromathat. Gumpangpeth province.
The amulets were created in the era King Phra Maha Dharmarajalitai, the 5th king of Sukhothai. Phra Somkor is a mixture of Sukhothai-Lanka (Sri Lanka) style. It form a sitting posture of a thumb shape. According to memorandum of Wat Phra Boromathat, Phra Somkor amulets were made by 11 hermits or Phra Lersi using special materials and invited Devadas to create the molds.
There is a slogan for Phra Somkor ” If you have me, you never get poor”. Estimated to be made some 550 years.

Phra Rod Mahawan, Lampoon Province

Posted in Phra Rod with tags , , , , on August 15, 2012 by ahaina

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Phra Rod MahaWan

Lam-Poon Pravince

The grand 5 sacred buddha amulets Neck-laces

Posted in the grand 5 sacred buddha amulets with tags , , , , , , , , on August 7, 2012 by ahaina

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The Grand 5 Sacred Buddha Amulets Neck-laces

“BenjaPakee” is actually an ancient word from Pali. Benja means 5 kind or type, Pakee means set or grouping.
So BenjaPakee means 5 different types of amulets in a group or set.

A group of well-known amulet collectors in early 1950s suggested a guide for the thai people, the best choice to worn on their neck, Also taking into consideration of the Buddha history, age, form and size etc.

The great BenjaPakee amulets are:

1. Phra Somdej (King of Amulet)
2. Phra Nang Phaya (Queen of Amulet)
3. Phra Rod
4. Phra Phong Supan
5. Phra Somkor

Phra Somdej
Phra Somdej were created by Somdej Phra BuddhaJahn Toh Prommarangsri (Somdej Toh). He’s a son of King Rama I. He started to make Phra Somdej amulets in B.E.2409. Materials for making Phra somdej comprise: Shell lime, holy powder, assorted flowers from shine, rice, lotus, ashes, honey, banana, tang oil, etc. Then chanted with spells and meditate. To bless every life in this world for good karma and strong protection against negative energy. Total of 84,000 amulets was made at the time. Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang is once of the most famous and the best amulets from Thailand.

Phra Nang Phaya
Phra Nang Phaya were created during of Ayuttaya era, Pitsanulok province. The major discovered are from Wat Nang Phaya around B.E.2444. The temple was said to be built for merits making to his Queen, the mother of King Naresuan, the Thai people given name “Queen of Thailand amulets”. Phra Nang Phaya are very famous for bless strong with attractiveness and respectful from all others, also power on charm and safe from all dangers.

Phra Rod
Phra Rod was created by a hermit. First discovered during the earlier days of King Rama 5 reign when a pagoda from Wat Mahawan in Lumpoon province. The Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape, they have superb Buddhistic power, especially in protection and being safe from all dangers and disasters or misfortunes. They are made of clay and the oldest once are over 1,250 years old.

Phra Phong Supan
Phra Phong Supan were discovered on B.E. 2456 in Wat Phra Sri Ratanamahathat, Supan Buri province. According to a golden scripture found together in the pagoda which described that Phra Phong Supan was created by Phra Mahathera PiyaThassi Saribut during the period of King Bormrajathiraj 2nd. It has strong ”U-thong” art style. Most of unique of this amulets is at the back had a thumb print of the creator. A superb Buddha amulets had all mighty protective power against weapon and bring good luck. Is the most powerful amulets of ever.

Phra Somkor
Phra Somkor were first discovered on B.E. 2392 in Wat Phra Boromathat. Gumpangpeth province.
The amulets were created in the era King Phra Maha Dharmarajalitai, the 5th king of Sukhothai. Phra Somkor is a mixture of Sukhothai-Lanka (Sri Lanka) style. It form a sitting posture of a thumb shape. According to memorandum of Wat Phra Boromathat, Phra Somkor amulets were made by 11 hermits or Phra Lersi using special materials and invited Devadas to create the molds.
There is a slogan for Phra Somkor ” If you have me, you never get poor”. Estimated to be made some 550 years.

PHRA ROD – MAHAWAN – LAMPOON

Posted in Phra Rod, Thai Buddhist famous amulet with tags , , , , , on July 21, 2012 by ahaina

五方佛之~避险佛-南奔府

越玛哈湾佛窟

帕洛佛像

帕洛佛像系泰国佛教文化流传最久远佛牌之一,在五方佛系列里属于最古老、(年鉴超过一千年),体积最小,造型最精细,功能最全面的佛像.也是传奇事迹最多的佛像,不亚于五方佛之首-颂绿越拉康。

佛像传奇功能:

灵感预知、避灾躲难、六合人缘、驱邪化降、等不可思议神奇功能,传奇实例不胜枚举,是收藏界佛友、及某行业梦寐以求的佛教神奇至宝。

PHRA-ROD

Gru Wat Maha-Wan

Lam-Poon Province

Maha-wan Temple is a very old Temple, built more than than 1,200 years ago in Phra-Nang-Jarm-Thevee era.

Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape.Meaning the wearer would be able to escape from or avoid direct danger or misfortune.

These amulets are the smallest but also the oldest amulets found in the Bejapakee set and they are made of clay mixed with various herbs.

The legend says that these amulets been created during the crown ceremony for princess Jarma Thewee to be the first ruler of Haripunchai (Lam-Poon).

The oldest Phra Rod amulets could be dated to be approximately over 1000 years old.Best and most expensive pieces are from Wat Maha-wan in Lam-Poon.

Phra Rod 拍洛佛像

Posted in Phra Rod with tags , , , , , on January 15, 2012 by ahaina

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Phra Rod, Gru Wat Mahawan

Lamphun

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五方佛之 ~ 避险佛 – 南奔府 ,

“ 越玛哈旺佛窟”

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Phra Rod, Gru Wat Mahawan, Lamphun.

Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape.

Meaning the wearer would be able to escape from or avoid direct danger or misfortune.

These amulets are the smallest but also the oldest amulets found in the Bejapakee set and they are made of clay mixed with various herbs.

Tamphuhe legend says that these amulets been created during the crown ceremony for princess Jarma Thewee to be the first ruler of Haripunchai (Lamphun)

The oldest Phra Rod amulets could be dated to be approximately over 1000 years old.

Best and most expensive pieces are from Wat Mahawan in Lamphun.

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