Lp Mee Wat Mun Vichai 
Rian TaMaJak Pim Yai 
Nur Ngern Longya BE2535
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The Buddhist Temple logo is made up of 2 symbolic Buddhist elements: the Bodhi Leaf and the Dhamma Wheel along with the Dhamma of the Eightfold Path.

According to Buddhist tradition, the tree under which the Buddha sat when he attained Enlightenment at Bodh Gaya (near Gaya, west-central Bihar state, India) was a Bodhi tree (Ficus religiosa). A sapling in Sri Lanka, is said to have grown from a cutting from the tree sent to that city by King Ashoka in the 3rd century BC.

The Dhamma Wheel symbol is represented as a chariot wheel with eight spokes. It is the oldest known Buddhist symbol found in Indian art, appearing with the first surviving post-Harappan Indian iconography in the time of the Buddhist king Aśoka. The Dhamma Wheel has been used by all Buddhist nations as a symbol ever since. In its simplest form it is recognized globally as a symbol for Buddhism. The eight spokes represent the Noble Eightfold Path of Buddhism. They are said to have sharp edges to cut through ignorance.

The words on each of the spokes of the wheel are Pali words used to define the Eight Fold Path given by the Buddha.



Phra Leela 25 Buddha Sattawas BE2500
**** Special 2 Colour Tone with Rae ****
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Biggest & Greatest and most well blessed in Thailand’s Amulet creation 
Chnated by 108 Monks
LP Nak, Wat Rakang
LP Chong Wat NaTangNok
LP Ngern Wat Don YaiHom
LP Tae KongThong Wat SamGnam
LP Plian Wat Tai
LP Chaeng Wat Bangpang
LP Lee Wat Asokaram
LP Klaai Wat SuanKhan
LP Tzai Wat Sadej
LP Hiang Wat PaaAranYikawas
LP Pae Wat PikulThong
LP Roong Wat ThaKrabue
LP Hom Wat Chak Mak
LP Aant Wat PhraYatiKaram
LP Lek Wat BangNomkho
LP ThongSook Wat TanodLuang
LP Nai Wat BanChaeng
LP Thian Wat Bosth
LP Sie Wat Sakae
LP Thop Wat ChonDaen
LP Toh Wat Pradoo ChimPlee
LP Chan Wat Klong Ranong
LP Nor, Wat KlangTharua
LP PhraKru ArkomSunthorn(Maa)
Phra Achran Saa WatrajNadda
Phra Kru VinaiThorn Wat Sam Phanthawongse
LP Pak Wat Bung ThongLang
Chao Khun Chia Wat Phrachetuphon
Phra IndraSmacharn Wat Indraviharn
Chao Khun Phol Wat Nang
LP Puak Wat Moli
LP Thaen Wat Dhammasaen
LP Butra Wat Mai BangPlakod
LP Thira Wat Pah Lelai
LP Sook WatThanod Luang



Rian Luangpor Wat Don Dan 
B.E. 2518 (3th batch) 
Roon: Nga Chang Dam 
Win 1st Prize Lampang 17 Dec 60

Big blessing ceremony by many master of that era….

Luangpor Wat Don Dan (Phrakru Nekhammapinan) a very famous master of “Eastern Nanna” ~
Nan Province.

Nga Chang Dam (Black Elephant Tusk) ~ The one and only in the world & Important Icon of Nan Province.

Created in Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho) by Tahn Chaokhun Amonsuti with permission of Luangpor Wat Don Dan to fund for the renovation of a Meeting Hall in Cha-am, birth place of Tahn Chaokhun.

After the creation of the medal, all were flown to Nan Province for blessing by Luangpor Don Dan. After which, the medal was again blessed in a very auspicious day (24/05/2518 @17:30hrs) in Wat Phra Chetupon by many good masters of that era.

Blessing ceremony begin with 9 high ranking monks with Ecclesiastical Title:

Somdej Puttajan Keuw, Wat Saket
Somdej Phra Maha Therajan, Wat Chanasongkarm
Chaokhun Tham Kinaporn, Wat Arun
Chaokhun Thep Sopon, Wat Pho
Chaokhun Rachapannasuti, Wat Chai Chomponchanasongkarm
Chaokhun Ratchawimonmuni, Wat Pho
Chaokhun Taksinkaneson, Wat Pho
Chaokhun Wichien, Wat Pho
Phra Udonkanaratch, Assist to Abbot of Wat Pho

##### Follow By:
LP Tok, Wat Praduchimplee
LP Mien, Wat Pho
LP Thin, Wat Pha Lealai
Phra Ajahn Wirat, Wat Paknam
LP Pae, Wat Pikulthong
LP Mueng, Wat Kham Phen
LP Hom, Wat Chak Mak
LP Thongyu, Wat Mai Nong Phra Ong
LP Utamak, Wat Wang Wiwekaram
LP Cham, Wat Don Yai Hom
LP Charan, Wat Ampawan
LP Juan, Wat Khao Look Chang
LP Mongkol, Wat Sri Mongkol
Phra Ajahn Payon, Wat Ket Dom Trisri
Phra Ajahn Nadon, Prachuap Khiri Khan
Phra Ajahn Kasapamuni, Rayong

Besides the blessing by the above mentioned masters, the material used to created this medal were sacred alloys in-scripted by the following masters as well:

LP Nguen, Wat Don Yai Hom
LP Wat Don Dan
LP Seng, Wat Kalaya
Phra Ajahn Praserd, Wat Pho
Phra Maha BanJong, Wat Pho
Phra Ajahn Kean, Wat Pho
LP Jant, Wat Maruekatayawan
LP Piel, Wat Tanod Luang
LP Amarit, Wat Wayruwanaram

This medal were extremely popular among the military & border patrol (during communist period) for it’s great power of protections.

Protection 😉
Metta 🤣
Authority 😎
& many many more…..



Lp Chaeng Wat Bang Phang 
Somdej Pim Hanuman BE2484
Win 4th Prize Lampang 17 Dec 60
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As Luang Por Chaeng was alive and abbot of Wat Bang Pang, he would receive many devotees each day with numerous requests, none of whom he would refuse. Some would come for Blessings, some for Amulets, and others to heal their Illnesses, and some devotees who had heard of his Magical Prowess, came to beseech the secrets of his Wicha, to become Sorcerors themselves, and help those in their hometowns.

Luang Por Chaeng would bless, distribute amulets, and heal his devotees without exception. As to those devotees who beseeched apprenticeship to learn to cast spells with Kata Akom Incantations, Luang Por Chaeng would always first make the Looksit learn to develop their meditative skill, and to allow them to develop moral fibre and the five precepts. Only then, when they had risen above the base temptations, would he allow them the secrets of the Incantations, their sequences and methods. He would teach his students how to cure ailments and banish curses, and expunge ghosts and spirits from possessed souls.

Luang Por Chaeng had a great respect for Luang Por Parn of Wat Bang Nom Kho, and had received a lot of influence from him in the art of amulet making. So when he would make his amulets, he would often make models which resembled and paid reverence to the famous Pra Pim Pra Putta Jao Pratap Sadtw Buddha riding Animals amulets. He made original designs which resembled those of Wat Bang Nom Kho, with differences in design to distinguish them. This caused his amulets to become very popular, as this was the preferred type of amulet at the time in Central Thailand.

Luang Por Chaeng made a large number of different amulets, ranging from the Buddha riding animals, and other sacred powder amulets in many forms, in small (Pim Lek), medium (Pim Klang) and large (Pim Yai), Monk Coins, the world famous Pha Yant Tong Yantra Flags, Sai Sek blessed sandgrains, the highly preferred and now rare Pra Kring, and Pra Chaiyawat Loi Ongk Statuettes, Pra Prajam Wan (Birthday Buddha amulets), Nang Kwak beckoning lady, Pra Putta Kwak beckoning Buddha, Pra Sam Lia, (triangular amulet), and of course, his famous and extremely popular Pra Sivali metallic Loi Ongk Statuette amulets, which were made in ancient casting methods, in various forms and sizes, for Bucha on the altar as well as for wear as amulets.

His sacred powder amulets were made from a number of different Muan Sarn substance clays, including Puttakun (Yantra Powders), Nuea Din (Earthen Clay), and Pong Nam Man (Oily Herbal Powders). The amulet appreciation society and the aficionados tend to prefer the Pong Nam Man Oily powder models above the other Muan Sarn Sacred Powders, but there is not a very large difference in their price compared to the difference in their rarity.

In the year 2484 BE, Many devotees gathered to officially ask Luang Por Chaeng to make some powerful amulets to protect them during the War. So Luang Por Por Chaeng made a very large release of amulets of different types, with extreme power and effort after many years of preparation. He empowered them for Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad and Maha Ud to protect the Thai Buddhist people, in that time of Wars around South East Asia and the whole World. None of the multitudes of amulets blessed in the ceremony were rented out for money, instead, all were handed out for free to the devotees at the ceremony.

The Buddha riding animal amulets of Luang Por Chaeng are used as a second choice for those who do not possess the funds to obtain a Luang Por Parn Wat Bang Nom Kho model, and are said to be equally powerful protective amulets.

Luang Por Chaeng did not bake the clay in his edition, preferring to make them from an admixture which contained Poon Plueak Hoi (ground seashell), which results in a smoother and lighter colour and texture than Luang Por Parn’s clay models. Otherwise, his powder amulets contain the same 5 Sacred Yantra Powders Pong Bpathamang, Pong Puttakun, Pong Ittijae (sometimes called ‘Ittajae’), Pong Trinisinghae, and Pong Maharach. Luang Por Chaeng’s formula also included Gesorn flower pollens, Sai Sek enchanted sand, Khaw Suk cooked rice (from monks almsbowls)

Luang Por Chaeng passed away peacefully on 26th July 2500 BE at the age of 72 years old, after 52 years in the ordained Sangha. His body was cremated in the year 2501 BE after being moved to Wat Makut Kasatriyaram. A series of ‘Rian Khaw Hlaam’ four sided Monk coins with the image of Luang Por Chaeng were handed out to the devotees during the cremation ceremony as a sacred memento of Luang Por Chaeng.

His Pra Sivali statuettes have become a classic amulet, and are in ever sense a sacred religious artifact of the pre 2500 BE Era, that can be treasured and revered for generations to come. A truly sacred ancient amulet from one of the most powerful masters of the World War II Era.