Phra Somdet Pimket Bua Tum

Somdej Puttajarn (To Phromrangsi), the least common type.


17 Apr 2022 5:38 a.m.





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Phra Somdet Pimket Bua Tum

Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To) Wat Rakhang of Itthi Chavalitthamrong.

And it came to the last holiday of Songkran this year.

that people have returned to normal lives because of covids until it becomes normal

But always the same, whether old normal or new normal, is my life that I have to go to Vibhavadi Stadium.

(Which never had a day off for 25 years) to report to fans.

that there are some cool amulets

The first item is to present Phra Somdet Pimket Buatum.

Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To Phromrangsi), Rakhang Temple, Bangkok, which is the least common type, counting less than 10, including this one.

revolving owner

All of which are professionals in the direct line "Phra Somdet".

because it is a lotus flower that has the shape of the Buddha image, perfect and beautiful.

Amulet that is rich in mass (white lump), Buddhakhun powder lump (red scale), Thung Setthi amulet scales and (black stem) pieces of black mass.

It is believed that it is an incense stick or flake of ground slate.

and the most wonderful substance

That clearly indicates the identity of Phra Somdej of Wat Rakhang is a piece of robe.

At the direct line, everyone said that it must be present in any part of the body like this one.

which is currently with

Sia Petch-Itthi Chavalithamrong, where even though the robe hem has disappeared, there are still traces of the fabric, firmly grasped in the flesh.

shining clearly

On the floor of the body in the arch above the right knee of the Buddha image--until it is the identity of the Buddha image.

that people in the trading industry are confident

The second one is Phra Nang Phaya, kneeling print, Wat Nang Phaya, Mueang District, Phitsanulok Province of The Joke, Lamphun.

original perfect condition

all over the skin

There are traces of use that can be seen in the deep nooks, there are still stains, white ceiling and black mold as a consideration point.

Tell the age of the old to the era

Which at this moment is extremely difficult to find an amulet like this -- especially a new face that rarely sees like this one. He hasn't been in the stadium for a long time.

Therefore, it is predicted that soon he will become a monk in his dreams.

The same type as the large print with the Benjaphakee set

The longer the day, the harder it will be to see

Whenever it comes out, I complain that it's expensive, but soon it's bought and kept quiet.

Still close to the real owner of every body -- this one.

would have been summoned as well.

Phra Nang Phaya Phimtheva, Nang Phaya Temple.

followed by Phra Nang Phaya Phimthura, Wat Nang Phaya, Mueang District, Phitsanulok Province, another one in "Nang Pim Lek", a standard popular print.

Found from Phra Chedi Wat Nang Phaya in the year 2444 when King Chulalongkorn, Rama V, visited Phitsanulok

The amulets found can be categorized into 7 types, namely: 1. Big print with curved knees.

2. Large print, straight knees

3. Big print with embossed chest

4. Extra large print (knee snare) 5. Middle Sangkhati print 6. Small print (convex chest) 

Phra Nang Phaya, curved knee print, Wat Nang Phaya of Joke, Lamphun.

and 7. Pim Lek Thewada (Fab) like this one, which in the past was valuable as an amulet giving away amulets called "Phra Nam Chim" when selling popular amulets, main prints

because the size of the Buddha image is very small

Therefore, it was not popular, and in that era, there were only men who preferred to find amulets to worship as a pair.

With Phra Nang Phim Lek, there are a lot of them, easy to find, can ask for, give away well, so they don't get the attention they deserve.

But the days passed until the large prints became more rare, so it was the time of the small prints that received more attention.

because the number of monks is still enough to be seen and not difficult to find

Until now, it has become a monk not enough to meet the needs.

Because in this era, women at the corporate leadership level

popular amulet

There is Buddha's virtue to worship as a blessing and build confidence, "Phra Nang Phaya" is an amulet that Thai women dare to fight the price.

until many men turned away

Phra Kring 79 Somdej Phra Sangkharat (Pae) ​​of Wat Suthat of Itthi Chavalitthamrong.

followed by Phra Kring in 1936, Somdej Phra Sangkharat (Paetissathewe) of Wat Suthat, Bangkok Priesthood at

Somdej Phra Wanrat

On the full moon day of the 15th day of the 12th lunar month, 1936 B.E.

It is a metallic nawa with a reddish-white color inside.

Then the outer skin turns gray.

It is decorated with master craftsmanship of the craftsman Prasarn Srithai -- this one belonged to Sia Itthi Chavalitthamrong.

Phra Chaiwat Chalermphon Pimto, 1941, Somdej Phra Sangkharat (Pae) ​​Wat Suthat of Suthee Nakthong.

Another item is Phra Chaiwat Chalermphon Pimto, 1941. Somdej Phra Sangkharat (Phae) of Wat Suthat, Bangkok, performed a gold pouring ceremony.

while holding the title of

The Supreme Patriarch on the Full Moon Day 1941 by Mr. Changharas Phatthanangkun Tethong

It is a Buddha created personally by His Highness.

His Royal Highness Prince Chalermphontikhamphon or Phra Chao Klang

As requested--The body of the Buddha image is metal.

Mix Pod Duang money

inside yellowish white

Black back skin--This one is by Sia Suthee Nakthong.

Buddha image worshiped in Chiang Saen period, Singha 3, lap width 13 inches, belonging to Dr. Pannawit Phibunthanarom.

The next item is the Buddha image.

Buddhist art in the Chiang Saen period, Singh 3rd century, 21st century, 13-inch lap face of Dr. Pannawit Piboonthanarom

It is a true amulet from the era to art, with the beauty of perfect Buddhist art.

with excellent craftsmanship

The key is an open body amulet.

Peel the skin to see the true texture.

that is an alloy of alloy

with a halo of light, seemingly powerful, divine power

An amulet like this is hard to find, the owner who sees the value.

the god of the land

Therefore, he went to enshrine them for everyone to worship at the place of dharma practice.

Phra Pannawit House 

Close the eyes amulet. Small chalut print.

Meksit meat, Luang Pu Thap, Anong temple of Sathit Ratchaburi.

Another school is Phra Pidta Meksit.

Reverend Father Thap print

Wat Ongkaram Worawihan, Khlong San District, Bangkok, whose prestige is Phra Pidta, Meksit material

most popular

because Luang Pho Thap

is a monk who has magic skills

and succeeded in alchemy until obtaining a recipe for metal meat (right cloud) that is powerful in itself

When used to create amulets and amulets, many types of amulets are printed, such as Phra Chaiwat candy, Pang hide-ha amulets and unique Pidta amulets.

Both the same style, not decorated and decorated like this one of Sia Sathit, Ratchaburi and has a handwritten signature.

is a clear guarantee

Kodchasri sesame seeds (the teacher), Luang Pho Hom, Chak Mak Temple of Petch Itthi.

The last item is Kodchasri Ngaphae (the teacher), Luang Pho Hom, Chak Mak Temple, Ban Chang District, Rayong of Sia Petch-Itthi, who meets his name in Vibhavadi Stadium every week because there are good monks.

which can be viewed for many more decades

This lion came along with the ivory lion, the "teacher" that went down the previous time.

the same craftsmanship

The dried tusks are the same age. At first glance, one might understand that they are Kochasri of Luang Pu Heng, Wat Khao Din, Nakhon Sawan Province, because of their shape and pattern, similar to that of the Kochasri of Luang Pu Heng. You can almost tell that they are the same craftsmanship.

only one point

The symbols for the difference are the eyes that are embedded with red gemstones and the handwriting.

at the straight line

Tell this person to be Kodchasri, Luang Pho Hom, Mueang Rayong, and "Teacher" as well.

Tell the story of Kodchasri Kannid that the ancient teacher brought Kodchasri to create amulets because Kochasri is a mythical creature.

regarded as a noble animal

have royal power

The same level as Phaya Garuda, which are all creatures in the Himmapan forest, the forest in literature, and the belief in Triphum.

according to Buddhism and Hinduism

Himmapan Forest is located at the foot of Mount Phra Sumen.

It has an area of ​​approximately 3,000 yojana, adorned with 84,000 peaks, with 7 large pools such as the Anodat pool.

in the Himmapan forest

full of animals

Which has a strange appearance different from the animals known to humans because four-legged, two-legged and fish are mixed together and given a new name.

according to the imagination of the ancients

The names we are familiar with are Kinnaree, Naga, Garuda.

Kochasri is shaped like a lion.

but has a proboscis like an elephant

which has a matter of using Kochasi, for example, in the boat, when the "King" traveled on the Cholanmarak

will hear a verse saying, "The lion's gleaming lion, which is astounded,

Separating two pairs looks great.”

and His Majesty King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok, who urged that the old law to be settled

It is a code of law in 2347 called the "Three Sign Law" by the scribes.

Three sets of ink plating

Each set has 3 stamps, namely the royal lion's seal, the King's seal (for the position of Samuha Phra Defense) 1, and the Bua Kaew seal. 

Coming to the end

This Songkran time

At the rich man's house in Nakhon Pathom

Relatives and friends gathered to pour water on the head of the house full of the house.

since making merit in the morning

When the monks returned to the temple, everyone greeted each other and talked to each other. Inside there was a sub-district administrative officer who teased a friend that

This year, bring the whole family.

Constantly repressed that the host refrain from organizing the event

because of covid for many years

His friend listened and smiled, but didn't answer, but his wife, the Permanent Hammer, said it wasn't because of lingering.

but heard that the owner of the house

will take the old amulet

come out to give everyone

So I want to come and receive the monk--Ms.

The criteria came out of the house.

Because in any house, the more members come, the more monks get. Oh, my God. Amita Buddha.