Somdej Chana Marn Bandan Sap, Pim Po Gao Bai (nine leafed Bodhi tree), Hlang Pra Mae Posop (Goddess of Fertility on the rear face. ‘Run Mahasethee Mee Sukh’ (Happy Millionaire edition).
Celebrating 76th Birthday of Luang Por Tong Dam Intawaso. This is a Gamagarn Edition Box set of three amulets – very apt for a gift to corporate peers, or for your showcase, as well as of course, for wearing to recieve auspicious blessing. For Thai people, a Box Set like this would probably go on the ‘Hing Pra’ or Hmoo Dto Bucha (altar) and be prayed to for blessings instead of wearing, due to the collectability of this set, and the probability of it becoming also a valuable rarity.
The front face has Lord Buddha in the posture of conquering Mara (the moment of his enlightenment), with Pra Mae Toranee (Earth Goddess) squeezing her hair and releasing the tumult of waters to flood the Maras away.
The Buddha sits on a throne beneath the nine leafed Bodhi tree. The rear face has Mae Posop, the corn Deity embossed.
Made by Luang Por Tong Dam Intawaso, of Wat Tham Tapian Tong, Lopburi. This particular Deity amulet is designed for Choke Lap (Bandan Sap means to bestow great wealth and possessions, and to endow much happiness, abundance, and success in all ventures.
The total number of these amulets made, was only 276 sets of three amulets. It needs little explanation as to how rare these most wonderfully made amulets are. Each amulet has its numbered code embedded in the bottom of the amulet.
The Gamagarn top range amulet (above), features three Tagruds (gold silver and copper), with semi precious Ploi stones and minerals inserted in both front and rear faces. The Muan Sarn sacred powders in this amulet are visibly potent and just a smell of the amulet reveals the presence of a very powerful mixture indeed. Made from Nuea Chan Mak with Pong Mai Maha Sethee with Pong Tabai Gao Hnaa Maha Sethee powder sprinkled on the face
The next down in the series is the Somdej Chana Marn Bandan Sap Fang Tagrud Gern Koo (two silver tagrud).
Somdej Chana Marn Bandan Sap Fang Tagrud Gern Koo
Made from Nuea Chan Mak with Pong Mai Maha Sethee with Pong Tabai Gao Hnaa Maha Sethee powder sprinkled on the face – this is from a Gamagarn collection of three amulets, and not the same as the normal silver Tagrud amulets released.
Somdej Chana Marn Bandan Sap Nuea Khaw Khao Gon Badt
This white edition is in Nuea Khaw Khao Gon Badt (white alms bowl rice sacred powder)
The Main ingredients of each individual amulet are then mixed with a special addition of further sacred powders, which differ for each different edition.
5.6 Centimeters high, and 3.7 Centimeters wide, it is a rather large amulet. I can only add that these amulets are not only beautifully designed and finished, but also possess an extremely rich content of sacred powders in them, which is one of the criteria we use to select amulets which We deem worthwhile presenting to you. We recommend these amulets as top quality Sacred items from a Master Gaeji Ajarn of the Lopburi tradition, famous for its Khmer magic spells. A powerful magical amulet that is also an extremely fine piece of miniature Buddhist sculpture in its own right. Thailand-Amulets. Net gives this amulet complete appreciation for its sacredness, beauty, quality of ‘build’, and powerful ingredients, as well as the fact that it is an essentially Buddhist amulet.This is one of our recommended special amulets.
The set comes in original box from the temple.
Piti Puttapisek – Buddhabhiseka Empowerment Blessing Ceremony The empowerment of these amulets, was held on the 16th August 2552, with LP Tong Dam presiding and Luang Por Poon (Wat Bang Phaen, Ayuttaya) Luang Por Maen (Wat Na Tang Nork, Ayuttaya) Luang Por Uean (Wat Wang Daeng Dtai, Ayuttaya), and Luang Por Sanaeh Jantr, (Wat Wang Jantr Sri, Khon Gaen). In addition, four monks from Wat rakang Kositarams official Puttapisek Ceremony practitioners joined in the empowerment.
Luang Por Tong Dam also blessed and empowered more amulets, such as Pid Ta with three Tagruds from Nuea Chan Mak (brown) and Pid Ta Maha Mongkol 3 Tagrud made froom Pong Gesorn. Also there were some limited edition nine headed Navagote Maha Sethee Buddha Gring amulets called ‘Pra Tanabodee Gao Hnaa’ and a statue of Novagote Buddha made. Thailand amulets.net hopes to be adding this range of amulets to the store soon.
Above right; Pra Pid Ta Maha Mongkol – Nuea Chan Mak. 4.1 cm x 3.2 Jumbo editon – also available in Plod Nee and Pim Lek small edition.Above left; Boroma Kroo Ruesi Gao Hnaa (nine faced Ruesi) – Nuea Chanuan Rom Dam. 4.2 cm high 1.9 cm wide – 3991 examples made. Has Civara robe and sacred powder, and one Tagrud inserted into the base.
Pid Ta Maha Mongkol – 55$US (Jumbo), 45$ (Plod Nee), 36$ (Pim Lek).
Ruesi Boroma Kroo Gao Hnaa; 46$US
Nuea Nava Loha (Gon Ngern – silver gring in the base) 978 examples made
4cm high, 2cm wide
Also available in Nuea Chanuan Gao Chup Tong Gon Tong Daeng (old metal smelted from earlier Buddha images covered in gold), and Nuea Chanuan Gao Gon Tong Daeng (old metal smelted from earlier Buddha images with copper Kring in base).