ANTIQUE THAI BUDDHA SOMDEJ THAT PHANOM EMBED RELICS LP TOH BE2408 AMULET PENDANT. A superb amulet LP Toh Somdej Phra That Phanom 19th century, one of the best holy item of Thailand's amulets which Buddha relics buried on. This Buddha is size approx 1.8 x 1.2 inches (4.5 x 3.0 cm), came in antique casing.One rarely seen amulets and unique collection! Excellent condition which beautiful piece! Blessed by Somdej Toh who was one of the most famous Buddhist monks of Thai history. His amulets are very popular amongst experienced collectors. He created and blessed Phra Somdej amulets known as Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang, Somdej Wat Phra Kaeo and Phra That Phanom. Which Phra Somdej That Phanom were created and blessed in B. 2518 that these amulets were finally recovered after a violent storm and subsequent flooding damaged the chedi walls. The most interesting aspect of this amulet have Buddha relics buried on, which and one of the reasons actually that even experienced collectors have often failed to recognise the importance of this mold. The secret of Phra Somdej That Phanom amulets from Phra That Phanom is an important chedi not only in Thailand but also Asia because the relics of Lord Buddha are situated inside. The wishes of many worshippers have been fulfilled after giving homage at the chedi.
As such any amulets contained within the Kru would be very sacred indeed, and in particular amulets created by one of the most sacred monks in the worlds history, Phra Buddhacharn Toh. This account details such a discovery of thousands of amulets originally created in B. Phra Buddacharn Toh is now known not only to have deposited a hoard of amulets in the Chedi but also to have renovated the scared chedi in B.
2408, in order to preserve the ancient structure for future generations. The most interesting aspect of this is that very few people were aware of the deposit of amulets, certainly even fewer were witness to the amulets because they were buried very deeply in what was then one the most important chedis in the Kingdom. Severe flooding caused the chedi walls to collapse, and in year B.
2518, the chedi was opened in order to expose the cell that retained the hoard of amulets. These amulets were highly respected by worshippers because of the realization of the sacred power that would be able to help them in many ways.
A great crowd gathered to worship the hoard in its entirety. Once all this information is known, your whole perspective changes in an instance. Simply holding this unique amulet is an experience in itself, you become inspired by the knowledge that you are holding a genuine amulet created by one of the greatest Thai monks ever, a treasure that has no price with a beauty that is without doubt, breathtaking.Today these amulets are very hard to find, particularly those which have not be cleaned in any way. History-Sacred Materials, After Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh announced his intention to create the amulets many senior foreign monks from Cambodia, Laos, Burma, etc, immediately came to the kingdom to pay respects to Phra Buddacharn Toh, and also to donate sacred materials. Gold, which was received from Khmer and Burmese senior monks, ground into powder. Many of mold, you can actually see gold fragments embedded in the powder. Ancient Tavaravati-period pills, received from senior monks originating from Laos, some were ground into a powder others added to the mixture, whole, giving the amulets their very distinctive appearance. Jewelry, which was received from Khmer and Burmese senior monks, also ground into powder. Sacred relics of Lord Buddha, received from some disciples of Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh and Lao monks. Wrecked parts of the old Prathat Phanom, renovated in B. 2408, also ground into powder. Other kinds of sacred powder such as Ittijae, Maharach, Buddhakun, kept by Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh for many years were also added into the mixture. Fragments of Phra Benjapakee etc Because King Rama IV wanted the renovation project to be completed within that year B.
2408 many monks from both Wat Rakhang and Wat Phra That Phanom were involved in making these sacred amulets. It was also recorded that Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh had affirmed that all the amulets were very sacred because apart from the many sacred materials, particularly the relics of Lord Buddha and the wrecked powder of the old Prathat Panom Chedi, he had also prayed and recited sacred spells to transfer the power of Lord Buddha ensuring efficacy.
These amulets are still quite affordable, but the prices are increasing rapidly due to the fact that other pims (molds) created by Buddacharn Toh (those which have been heavily marketed and promoted over the last few decades) have all but disappeared from the market, or are only available to the extremely wealthy. This amulet is the sensible choice for the discerning collector, and will bring luck and prosperity in life and business.
Size: 1.8 x 1.2 inches include casing. Condition: Excellent condition which the skin is reflected a good materials piece, in excellent condition, unaltered, with a naturally aged patina of mottled hues, white stain covered and color variations, showing normal wear, with minor degradation of the surface from age and the environment in which it was maintained (Please view detailed photos for overall quality and minor imperfections of the item).We willing to reply as soon as possible. The item "ANTIQUE THAI BUDDHA SOMDEJ THAT PHANOM EMBED RELICS LP TOH BE2408 AMULET PENDANT" is in sale since Sunday, March 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Southeast Asia\Amulets". The seller is "templeboy" and is located in Bangkok. This item can be shipped worldwide.