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Phra Chaosua (copper) LuangPu Boon 坐山佛牌

Posted in Luangpu Boon with tags , , , , , on July 30, 2014 by ahaina


Phra Chaosua Ner Tongdaeng (copper)

created by Luangpu Boon


Wat Klang Bangkaew


LP Boon

Luangpu Boon

3rd July B.E. 2391 – 8th April B.E. 2478 

Creater of Jintamanee Powder and popular Chao Sua Series

Luangpu Boon – Wat Klang Bangkaew,  was a very special monk who had attained very high level of Buddhist practice.

The amulets he created during the earlier period of his life when he was the abbot of  Wat Klang Bangkaew till his decease were very much in high demand by collectors and devotees whom believed in the power of Luangpu Boon’s amulets which pocesses Metta Mahaniyom (charm or attractiveness) especially the Phong Ya Jintamanee, a special concocted mixture of herbs made by Luangpu Boon which contained the element of healing power.

Luangpu Boon was born on 3rd July B.E. 2391 in Thamai district of Samutsakorn province.

He ordained at Wat Klang Bangkaew on the 21st June B.E. 2412 after being a novice in the temple since he was 15 years old.

Phra Palad Pahn of Wat Tukeda was his preceptor.

Phra Palad Thong Wat Klang Bangkaew, Phra Atikan Sap Wat Newrai, Phrakru Bureemanurak Wat Supraditaram and Phra Atikan Jan Wat Thamohn whom were all well-known figures in the monkshood were present Dharma instructors and witnesses to the event. His Buddhist name was Khantachot.

Later in the year B.E. 2459, Luangpu Boon was appointed as a preceptor and in the year B.E. 2473, he was promoted to the rank of Phra Buddhawitheenayok. Luangpu Boon learned the making of “Bia Gae” amulet from Luangpu Rod Wat Nairong.


This amulet was made of specially selected seashell inserted mercury for protection against black magic, evil spirit and bodily harm.

Phra Chaosua Ner Tongdaeng (copper)

Luangpu Boon started creating amulets when he was the abbot of Wat Klang Bangkaew at around B.E. 2429. Although he have created many types of amulets ranging from Phra Chai, Phra Ner Din, Phra Ner Phong, Phra Ner Ya, Takrut, Bia Gae etc. The most popular among all was his Phra Chaosua which literally means “Buddha on a Mountain” “坐山”. It was very highly sought after by the people especially the Chinese whom had considered Phra Chaosua as an auspicious mean in Chinese description.

Luangpu Boon had counted Phra Sangaraj Pae Wat Suthat and Phra Acharn Pah Wat Rakang kositaram as his closest pals.

They were often seen sitting next to each other whenever they were invited to various Buddhist ceremonies.

LP Boon passed away on the 8th April B.E. 2478 at the age of 86.

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Phra Chaiwat, 拍 吟 – 药 师 佛

Posted in phra kring with tags , , , , , on March 25, 2012 by ahaina

Phra Chaiwat

created by Luang Phor Boon

Wat Klang Bang Kaew


Luang Phor Boon


B.E.2391 – B.E.2478

Phra Kring, 葯師佛

Posted in phra kring with tags , , , , , , on February 6, 2011 by ahaina

Phra Kring

Phra Kring

Phra Kring image, created by Wat Klang Bang Kaew, Nakhonpaton.

Phra Kring

The spiritual valurs of Phra Kring with possessing charms and loving-kindness, escaping from dangers and enhancing safety, being triumphant over one’s enemies and making sacred holy water for treating illness…

Bia Gae, 母 貝

Posted in Auspicious Objects 吉祥宝物, Luangpu Boon with tags , , , , , , on October 11, 2010 by ahaina

This Bia Gae “母貝” is created by LP Boon

Wat Klang Bang Kaew


Luang Phor Boon

B.E.2391 – B.E.2478


The wearer believes that he will be protected against ; Black magic, Bad luck, Evil forces,  Demon, etc  ………..


供奉“母貝” 可让家宅清净、百邪不侵、改善风水磁场,古时宝螺贝类为钱币财宝、因此泰国相传 “母贝” 亦可招来财源、带来好运!

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