Pra Kring Maha Sitti Choke – Wat Prasat Bunyawas 2508 BE – Pim Hnaa Farang Hlang Mai Mee Bua
The Pra Kring Maha Sitti Choke, or, ‘Pra Kring Wat Prasat’ was made and empowered in repeated editions each year in the years beteen 2506 + 2508 BE by the Abbot of the Temple ‘Pra Kroo Samuh Ampol’. he famous Luang Por Tuad amulets of Wat Prasat can also be said to have been created in this period too.
The Chanuan Muan Sarn used for the amulets is composed of Sacred Metals obtained from Ajarn Taep Sarigabudtra, which were mostly taken from various editions of Pra Kring from Wat Sutat, along with a host of other precious metals, amulets and Yantra Foils from a mass of Great Guru Masters.
The castings began in 2506 and continued to be released over the next two years until 2508, with various Pim being made; Pim Hnaa Lek (Kring Tibet) with a trident code stamp, Pim Yai (with a Khom Letter U on the base), and Pim Hnaa Farang (Caucasian Face).
Most Pim Had a single Lotus leaf on the rear side, with only a few amulets having no Lotus leaf on the rear face. This particular edition is the rare ‘Hnaa farang’ (Caucasian Face), without the lotus leaf on the back (Mai Mee Bua Hlang).
Putta Pisek Empowerment Ceremony
More than 200 Guru Monks were present to assist in the empowerment and Incantations, so many were there, that they overflowed out of the Uposadha Shrine Room in numbers, due to its fullness. All the Famous Masters of all the Temples of Thailand were invited to come and assist.Amongst some of the most Famous Monks who attended were;
Pra Ajarn Tim (Wat Chang Hai), Luang Por Tan Klai (Wat Suan Khan), Luang Por Dit (Wat Pak Sra) Luang Por Noi (Wat Tamma Sala), Luang Phu To (Wat Pradoo Chimplee), Luang Por Daeng (Wat Bandai it), Luang Por Muy (Wat Don Rai), Luang Por Ngern (Wat Don Yay Horm), Luang or Guay (Wat Kositaram), Luang Por Prohm (Wat Chong Kae), Luang Por Top (Wat Chon Daen), Luang Phu Tim (Wat Laharn Rai), Luang Por Khiaw (Wat Song Bon), Luang Por Jong (Wat Na Tang Nork), Luang Phu Doo (Wat Sakae), Luang Phu Si (Wat Sakae), Luang Por Pae (Wat Pikul Tong), Luang Phu Nak (Wat Rakang), Luang Por Boey (Wat Manau),, Pra Ajarn Nam (Wat Don Sala), Luang Por Seng (Wat Kanlaya), Luang Por Tira (Wat Pha Lae Lai), Luang Por Dtae (Wat Sam Ngam), Luang Por Nai (Wat Bang Jaeng), uang Por Bun Mee (Wat Khao Samo Kon),, Luang Por Hrian (Wat Bang Rahongs), Luang Phu Perm (Wat Klang Bang Gaew),Luang Por Kreun (Wat Sangko), Luang or Chaem (Wat Nuan Noradit), Luang Por Nor (Wat Klang Ta Ruea), Luang Por Pon (Wat Tian Dtat), Luang Por Do (Wat Na Madtum), Luang Por Chern (Wat Yan Sen), Luang Por Sud (Wat Ka Long), Luang Por Nueang (Wat Jula Mani), Luang Por Gee (Wat Hoo Chang), Luang Por Gaew (Wat Chong Lom),Luang Por Gan (Wat Khao Gaew), Luang Por Tong Yoo (Wat Mai Hnong Pra Ongk), Luang Por Toon (Wat Po Nimit), Jao Kun Jia (Wat pPo), Jao Kun Prayat (Wat Sutat), Luang Por dee (Wat Nuea),Luang Por Khaeg (Wat Hua Khao), Luang Por Yim (Wat Jao Jet), Luang Por Tong Sukh (Wat Sapan Sung), Luang Por Ming (Wat Gok), Luang Por Iang (Wat Pha), Luang Porr Juan (Wat Hnong Sum), Luang Por An (Wat Prayat),Luang Por Tiam (Wat Kasatratirat), Luang Por Son (Wat Singsang), Luang Por Taen (Wat Tam Sen), Luang Por Tian (Wat Bote), Luang Por Nin (Wat Kornburi), Luang Por Tong Yoo (Wat Ta Sao), Luang Por Budda (Wat Klang Choo Sri), Luang Por Mian (Wat Po Gop Jao), and a host of other Great Master Monks numbering over 200 in total.