Rian Pra Pratan/ Pra Sangkarach is the figurehead of the series ‘Pra Prajam Wan Gerd’ (Birthday Buddha). The edition released these coins with the Sangkaracha Monk on one side and different Buddha images on the rear face, for each day of the week, and in addition, this special coin, with the Lord Buddha in the Posture of giving Blessings (Pang Pra Pratan).
This coin is an extra addition to the set and is along with the Birthday Buddha coins, a Yor Sor Sor (Royal Sangkaracha Commission). The coin is made from Nuea Tong Daeng Chup Sam Kasat (copper with tricolored powder coating) – Run Jaroen Porn 8 Rorb (8 Decades of Prosperity) – Somdej Pra Yan Sangworn (Sangkaracha) – Wat Boworn. The Muan Sarn sacred ingredients include Sacred Pieces of Buddha Relics (Saree Rikadhatu), handprints of cloth, and used Civara robes of the Sangkaracha, and Sacred Yantra from varous Masters, as well as Puttakun sacred powders.
This limited special edition of Pra Prajam Wan Gerd (Birthday Buddha) made to celebrate the 80th Birthday of the Sangkaracha (Head Monk of the Royal Palace). The front face of the coin, which is covered in a fine powder-coat of colored enamels, features the Sangkaracha sitting in meditation pose. The rear face features the Buddha bestowing blessings. This edition was topped by the creation of some most exquisite and also expensive Bucha statues of the 8 Birthday Buddhas, which were released at a price of around ten thousand US Dollars per statue – the statues were around 79 cm high and made from the finest sacred materials (see below pic).
The Casting Ceremony (Piti te Tong)with the Sanmgkaracha’s secretary performing the pouring of the first smelting.
The grand empowerment Puttapisek and Piti Te Tong Ceremony was held on the 17th August 2553 BE, at Wat Boworn (Wat Bovornives Voraviharn). The pouring of the first smelting was presided by Somdej Prayan Sangworn (Pra Sangkharacha) under commission from the Office of the Sangkharacha.
Very suitable for a Man, lady or child to wear as Serm Duang, Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan and Metta
Made from Nuea Sam Gasat (meaning ‘Three Kings’ a triple enamel of bronze, silver and gold forming a tricolored effect).