Somdej Nai Pau Pim Chedi Wat Inn BE2495


Somdej Nai Pau Pim Chedi
Wat Inn BE2495
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Somdej Nai Phau Phim Chedi Wat Indraviharn BE2495. Mixed with lots of holy material such as old broken somdej from Wat Rakang and Wat Bangkhunprom. First blessing ceremony attended by 15 monks on 22nd October BE2495. Second blessing ceremony attended by 39 monks on 5th November BE2495

In BE2495, Police General Phau Sriyannonth gathered many guru monks and obtained many special amulets to create one of the best mass-chanted Somdet in Thai amulets history. This batch of Somdet was consecrated under his patronage in Wat Indraviharn (Wat Inn), Bangkok and were hence named after him as Somdet Nai Pau.

Originally, Somdet Phra Buddhacharn Nuam of Wat AnongKaram was elected to be the president of the ceremony but due to him falling ill at that period of time, Luang Pu Nak, Wat Rakhang, was selected to represent him instead.

The materials collected consisted of:

1. Broken fragments of Somdet Phra Buddhacharn Toh Somdet amulets from Wat Rakhang and Wat Bangkhunphrom.
2. Filings of Phra Kring Wat Suthat that were consecrated in B.E. 2485.
3. Somdet amulets that were given out by Luang Pu Poo, Wat Inn.
4. Phong wiset that were leftover by Luang Phor Doem, Wat Nong Pho.
5. Many types of powder specially donated by many famous monks, etc.

The types of materials that were used to bind and mix into these raw materials were:

1. Nur Phong Kesorn (powder of crushed jasmine flower petals).
2. Nur Phong Kasen Boon Nak (special powder named after Naga).
3. Nur Phong Kesorn Bua Luang (powder of crushed lotus flower petals).
4. Nur Phong Kaset Pikoon (powder of a type of farm wood).
5. Poon Kao (limestone powder).
6. Kradat Faang (rice paper).
7. Namman Maphrao (coconut oil).
8. Dinsor Phong (chalk powder).
9. Nam Oi (sugercane), etc.

On 22nd Oct B.E. 2495, the group of 14 monks who gathered for a mass chanting to chant on materials of the amulets were:

1. Phra Thep Wae Tee, Wat Sam Phraya.
2. Phra Pawana Koht, Wat Paknam.
3. Phra Raj Molee, Wat Rakhang.
4. Phra Pawana Wikrom, Wat Rakhang.
5. Phra See Somphot, Wat Suthat.
6. Luang Phor Chaeng, Wat Bang Pang.
7. Phrakru Winai Ton, Wat Samphanthawong.
8. Phrakru Sompanyop Rakat, Wat Prodges.
9. Phra Acharn Plee, Wat Suan Ploo.
10. Phrakru Arkom Soonthorn, Wat Suthat.
11. Phra Palad Pleang, Wat Ganya Nimit,
12. Phra Acharn Baideega Banyat, Wat Suthat.
13. Phrakru Sung, Wat Indraviharn.
14. Phrakru Mongkhol Wichit, Wat Anongkaram.

The amulets were using various moulds which produced a total of 84,000 pieces and were all individually hand cut using gold knives. The amulets were collected in trays and were kept under shade, not under direct sunlight and to be dried under natural conditions.

After all the amulets were finally moulded, they were placed in the Bosth (main chanting hall) by the committee who were in charge of and were surrounded by auspicious candles that were placed in the 8 directions. The candles were watched over by committee members on a rotational basis to prevent the candles from burnt out or blown out.

Those who were there witnessed the beautiful glow of the candlelight illuminating the amulets and the place was serene and solemn. Offerings were made to a big photograph of Somdet Phra Buddhacharn Toh that was placed in the hall to invite him to witness and preside over the blessings ceremony.

On 5th Nov, B.E. 2495, the 2nd mass chanting was to be performed on the completed amulets prior to distribution to the public. At the auspicious hour of 4.20 pm, the victory candles were lighted and all the monks, phrams (white robed Brahmins) and devotees bowed down and paid respects to the Buddha and the president of the ceremony.

After a short chanting to the Buddha and chanting the invitation of the Devas, a speech was delivered by the president of the ceremony. The motive of making these batch of Somdet amulets was to distribute and remind people of the Buddhism and to follow its doctrine. It was also to carry on the lineage of Somdet Phra Buddhacharn Toh of his famous Somdet amulets. Consecrating a big quantity was to allow as many people as possible to have a piece that contains the legacy of Somdet Phra Buddhacharn Toh.

After the speech was delivered, a group of 12 monks who were invited to perform mass chanting on the amulets, whom participated in the main chanting to complete the consecration of the amulets were:

1. Luang Pu Nak, Wat Rakhang.
2. Luang Phor Sodh, Wat Paknam.
3. Luang Pu Puak, Wat King Keaw.
4. Luang Phor Chuang, Wat Bang Pae Rok Tai.
5. Luang Pu Rian, Wat Nongbua.
6. Luang Phor Roong, Wat Thakrabue.
7. Phra Palad Taeng Guay, Wat Pradoochimplee.
8. Luang Phor Chong, Wat Natangnok.
9. Luang Phor Nor, Wat Klang Tharua.
10. Luang Phor Samniang, Wat Weruwanaram.
11. Luang Phor Chaeng, Wat Bang Pang.
12. Luang Phor Ha, Wat Don Gai Dee

After the ceremony was over, the amulets were distributed out to everyone whom attended the ceremony.

Lp Mee Wat MunVichai


Lp Mee Wat Manwichai
1st Batch Somdej BE2507
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Co-blessed together with his master LP Chong Wat Natangnok for 7 days and 7 nights

Phra Somdej Roon Reak (1st batch) of Luangpor Mee was created during the time where master received the title of Phrakru Kasemkanapiaban in B.E. 2507. About 3000 pieces were created at the same time of 1st batch medal and glass-pressed photo (looptai).

Materials used for this batch of Phra Somdej were:
Waan 108 kinds of herbs
Kesorn 108 kinds of pollens
Phong Wiset Ha Prakan (The 5 sacred powder) namely: Patamung, Itijie, Trinisinghe, Maharaj, Puttakun

Most important of all is the “Phong Maha Rak Ruay” which Luangpor Mee made himself for a very long period of time. Phong Maha Rak Ruay is very strong in Maha Sane (Extreme Charm).

Luangpor Mee blessed this batch of Phra Somdej with Gatha Jinabanchon, similar chant where Somdej Toh blessed his Phra Somdej.

This batch of amulets were also brought to Luangpor Jong, Wat Nah Tangnok and Luangpor Sang, Wat Nam Dao for a 7days, 7nights blessing.

There was a legend saying that in the earlier days, those who do cock-fighting were often use this Phra Somdej powder to mix with feeds for the cock to consume to protect them from injuries during fight!

This batch were also blessed in grand ceremony in B.E. 2508 by famous gurus at that era. The ceremony last from dust till dawn with only 5 gurus still in deep meditation. They were:
LP Ann, Wat Phrayat
LP Thiam, Wat Kasatatirat
LP Boon, Wat Bang Krathin
LP Jaw, Wat Pradulokachet
LP Mee, Wat ManWichai

Luangpor Mee were also in times brought the Phra Somdej for blessing in other ceremonies whenever he could.

The batch of amulets created in B.E. 2507 were well-known for:
Rian (medal) 1st batch: Kongrapan, Looptai: Maha Ud, Phra Somdej: Metta, Kakai (sales) especially on Maha Sane (extreme charm).The Reason for keeping this batch of amulets to the ceiling of the temple’s chapel.
Sometimes around B.E. 2512, rumour has it that of several instances that men were using “grounded powder” of the Phra Somdej amulet and feed it to women (casting love spell) to make the women fell in love with them. When LP Mee heard about it, he ordered that all the remaining amulets (about 2000 pieces) together with Looptai 1st Batch to be kept in ceiling of the chapel to prevent others from obtaining this Phra Somdej to commit sin.

According to his master LP Pan’s teaching, he had encouraged his lay followers to following strictly to the five percepts. As such, LP Mee said; The amulets he created were all properly blessed and shall be worn by the “right people” (person with good intent) in order to cultivate goodness and not to be used to commit sin as it will only generate bad karma instead


Ajahn Loi Poh Ngern
(The Best HoonPhayon Master in Thailand)
Phra Somdej Pim Yai BE2518
Mee Giin 有得吃
Nur Phong Namman (Hand Mould)
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Phi Thee Jatulapit Phonchai

Another good batch of amulets created nearly half a century ago with pure intention of making, grand blessing by top gurus and good materials which is worth collecting.

This batch of amulets were created to fund for temple building project in B.E. 2518 and issued in Wat Rattayachai (Chinese temple) of Ayutthaya Province.

Phra Phong Nam Man (oil base powder mixtures) Mee Gin (有吃) of Ajahn Loi Pho Ngern; the master who was well-known for creating one of the Hun Payon in history.

This blessing for this batch of amulets were said to be one of the best in history with many past famous masters participated in.

The blessing ceremony of Jatulapit Phonchai literally mean The Four Blessings, which enhances the following: Happiness, Longevity, Good Health and Youthfulness.

Besides Buddha’s blessing from all the good masters, “Deva Pisek” rituals were also conducted to invite all the good deities Devas (heavenly beings) to give blessing.

The materials used to create this batch of hand-pressed amulets were personal collected by Ajahn Loi Pho Ngern over a period of time as Ajahn Loi wanted this batch of amulets to be blessed with the elements of:

Health ~ protect against undesirable harms on one’s health.
Prosperity ~ Improve one’s wealth condition and happiness.

Many of the past highly respected masters whom processes high level of spiritual power, virtue or meditation were also invited to this blessing ceremony.

A total of 16 of them:

Luangpu Tok, Wat Pradu ChimPhli
Luangpor Nor, Wat Klang Tha Rue
Luangpor Thin, Wat Palelai
Luangpu Doo, Wat Sakae
Luangpor Prink, Wat Bot
Luangpor Od, Wat Baan Chang
Luangpor Seng, Wat Kalayanamitr
Luangpor Kway, Wat Khositaram
Luangpor Wek, Wat Bang Sai
Luangpor Nai, Wat Baan Chaeng
Phra Ratchasuwan Sophon, Wat Phanan Choeng
Luangpor Pae, Wat Pikul Thong
Luangpor Chalerm, Wat Phraya Tikaram
Luangpor Huan, Wat Phutthaisawan
Luangpor Plong, Wat Kun Thip
Luangpor Somboon, Wat Khao Tham Bunnak (close follower of Luangpu Si)

Although wirhout physical presence in the ceremony, Luangpu Si of Wat Khao Tham Bunnak also gave his assurance to give blessing on this batch of amulets. It was said that an empty blessing platform was elected for him during the blessing ceremony.

This batch of amulets were highly sought after due to the many positive feedbacks by wearers who had experiences good results. As such, the amulets were nicknamed in chinese dialect as Wu Jiak (有吃) which means: There’s Food !



Ajahn Chum Chaikiri
Phra Somdej 3 Chan BE2497
Hp +6591330138Blessing Ceremony A total of 84,000 pims were consecrated on the 14th September BE 2497 at Wat Baromothat , Nakhon Sri Thamarat. The ceremony itself was concluded on the 12th October, (Phansa Day) The actual blessing ceremony itself was divided into a number of 7 days periods.

Each 7 day period was used to emphasize a particular attribute, for example
KongGrapan Chatri …Invulnerability (7 days) Maha Ut…Protection from weapons (7 days) Bpong Gan Satraai… Protection from animals (& days) Bpong Gan Rohk Pai Kai Jep… Protection from illness (7 Days) Poot Pee …Protection from malaevolent spirits etc (7 days) Metta Maha Niyom… Kindness, Mercy & Compassion (7 Days) Nayramit Gaai Gamrap Satdtroo… Protection from Black Magic / Enemies etc The ceremony itself was presided over by Jao Khun Prapatmunee, Abbot of Wat Baromothat. In attendance were Ajahn Pan, Ajahn Chum and 108 other sacred monks including amonst others: Ajahn Khun Pan Wat khao Or Luang Por Klai (Wat Suan Khan)Phor Tan Klai Luang Por Opasi (Arsrom Bang Mod) Luang Poo Keaw (Wat Hrong Bon) Luang Por Daeng (Wat Tha Sala) Luang Por Kling (Wat Thalung Thong) Luang Por Pahl (Wat Khao Or) Luang Por Khong (Wat Bahn Suan) Luang Por Dis (Wat Pak Sra) Luang Por Mun (Wat Khao Daeng) Luang Por Song (Wat Chao Fa Sala Loi) Luang Por Peum (Wat Koh Lak) Luang Por Daeng (Wat Khao Bandai It) Luang Por Nguen (Wat Don Yai Hom) Luang Por Tae (Wat Sam Ngam).. etc …. Amulets were made up of numerous sacred components including: Sacred powder – original Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang amulets Sacred powder – original Pra Somdej Wat Bangkhunprom amulets Sacred powder – original Pra Kru Nangtra amulets Sacred powder – original Pra Kru taokrote Sacred powder – origianl Pra Pong Suphan amulets Sacred powder – original amulets / Wat Praroop and Wat Bangkrang Sacred powder – origianl amulets / Wat Nangphya Sacred powder – ancient amulets / Sukhothai province Sacred powder – ancient amulets / Kampangpaet province Sacred powder – ancient amulets / Kanchanaburi province Sacred powder – ancient amulets / Pitsanalok province Sacred powder – ancient Pra Rod, Pra Kong / Lampoon province Sacred powder called Mahawan fron Wat Khao-or, Patalung Province Sacred powder ground from old wrecked Prakru Srivichai amulets Sacred powder from Wat Changhai Sacred powder gathered from 108 Thai Temples One of the more important inclusions was leklai which makes these amulets tremendously powerful.

Lp Nuan Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat


Lp Nuan Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat 
Phra Somdej ProkPoh Pim 5 Chan BE2497-2500
With hand written Yant (Saam-Kasat) on the back.
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Luangpor Nuan was the earlier and senior disciples of Luangpor Parn Wat Bang Nom Koh and he was the one who succeeded in Wicha Krok-Petch from Luangpor Parn.

His Somdej amulets was created from 5 types of sacred powder and mixed with Krok-Petch powder from Luangpor Parn Wat Bang Nom Koh and sacred powder from Luangpor Chong Wat Nar Tang Nork and many more sacred powder.

A Brief Introduction of Luangpor Nuan Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat Thonburi Province.(Merged with Bangkok in 2517)

Prakru Pohthisarakhun or Luangpor Nuan Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat Bangkok is one of the hidden great monk in Thailand. He was born on the 26th of July, year 2432 at SamutSongkraam Province with 10 siblings. He was graduated from Wat Suthat Secondary School in Bangkok. Then he served in the army as an Artillery Platoon Sergeant in Royal Guard Units.

In the year 2471 he was very sick during his service in the army and went to seek help from Luangpor Parn of Wat Bang Nom Koh Ayutthaya Province whom are very famous for healling devotees from any kind of sickness by using his traditional medicine combine with mantra. And he became the deciples of Luangpor Parn after he was healed by him. He began to practice his Wicha under the guidance of Luangpor Parn until the year of 2474 then he resigned from the army to ordained as a Monk at Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat on the 1st of July, 2474. There he continue to learn his Wicha from Luangpor Nim Wat Poh Bang Ra Maat. In order to upgrade himself, Luangpor Nuan also learn Wicha from Luangpor Chong Wat Nar Tang Nork Ayutthaya province around year 2480.

Luangpor Nuan started making powder Amulets with and without hand written yant on the back for the first time in the year of 2482 by using KrokPetch powder created by Luangpor Nuan himself also mixed with old KrokPetch powder from Luangpor Parn Wat Bang Nom Koh and sacred powder from Luangpor Chong Wat Nar Tang Nork and a lot of old fragments Amulets such as Fragments of Somdej Wat Rakang , Wat Plab , Wat RaiKhing and many more.
And for the second time it was made around the year of 2493 and continue made until the year of 2502 by using the same formula powder.

There are many types of Amulets design and different kinds of Yant on the back of the Amulets and were mostly written by Luangpor Nuan’s disciples. They are Luangpor Boonmark Wat Poh and Archan Boonma Samnak Poh Nim Nuan.

Remark : Luangpor Chong was also being invited to join in for the blessing ceremony.

Luangpor Nuan was born on 26th July year 2432
Passed away on 9th April year 2509
Age 78 years old
Ordained in year 2474
Pansa 36

Lp Chaem Wat Don Yai Hom


Lp Chaem Wat Don Yai Hom
Phra Pidta Maha Ut Yant Yung (impenetrability, Yant around body style)
Phim Kang Nur Rae BE2522 (Mineral alloy),
Made 645 Pcs
Come with Prasure Authentic Certificate
Come with Samakom Authentic Certificate
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Phra Pidta Maha Ut Yant Yung was created in B.E.2522 and remains the most popular Phra Pidta amulet consecrated by Luang Phor Chaem until today. A total of 3 sizes were created for this batch, namely
1) Phim Yai (large size), 1,145 pieces
2) Phim Kang (medium size), 645 pieces
3) Phim Lek (small size), 1,575 pieces

Many types of mineral was used to create the alloy for this batch of Phra Pidta amulets, resulting in a beautiful surface on many pieces. Many devotees have related their positive experiences when they were wearing the Phra Pidta amulets of this batch.
Due to the low quantity, attractive appearance and positive experiences, these Phra Pidta amulets are usually collected by Wat Donyaihom amulets collectors and also Phra Pidta amulets collectors. They are also almost always featured in major amulets competition categories since many years ago although it is usually very difficult to come across a very beautiful piece due to the traditional technique used to create this amulet (Lor Boran).