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post Jul 31 2011, 09:29 PM


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Nang Kwak, Mass Chanted, Wat Phra Mahathat, B.E. 2539.

Mae Nang Kwak is a benevolent deity. There are a few version of the legend of Mae Nang Kwak. One version has it that she was the daughter of a poor merchant couple in India some 2500 years ago. On one occasion, she was blessed with the chance to hear the Teachings of the Buddha from Arahant Gasaba Thera. Deeply touched by the Dhamma, she sincerely took refuge in the Triple Gem. Seing the great devotion and faith displayed by Mae Nang Kwak, Arahant Gasaba Thera compassionately harnessed the power and merit of arahanthood in him and bestowed the blessings of good fortune and luck of salesmanship to her.
Mae Nang Kwak is believed to bring luck, especially in monetary form, to the household. She is the patron deity of all merchants and salesperson and can be seen in almost every business establishment in Thailand. The Thai people like to venerate the bucha or pakyant of this goddess in their home or shop. As many people have to travel around to sell their goods/do their business, wearing an amulet of Nang Kwak (a mobile way of venerating this goddess) becomes a logical choice for them in order to get the continuous blessings of this benovelent goddess in the moment where it is needed most, during the action itself.

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Takrut Nang Ser (Tiger Skin), Maha Chat, Wat Molelimit.

Nicknamed as Takrut Nang Ser Wat Mole, this takrut is famous amongst the armed forces, police and general public alike in the dangerous provinces of Southern Thailand for its great power of protection from harm, evil, danger and weapons. It is also added with various holy powders including fragments of old LP Thuad Wat Changhai BE2505 that enhances metta, fortune and luck while at the same time mellows the side effect of fearsomeness prevalent in tiger skin takrut but without jeopardizing its aspect of authority and power.

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Phra Pikanesh, Mass Chanted, Wat Phra Mahathat, B.E. 2550.

Ganesha is a Hindu deity who is particularly worshipped by traders and merchants, who went out of India for commercial ventures approximately from the tenth century onwards. The worship of Ganesha outside of India shows regional variation. In Thailand, Ganesha is called Phra Pikanesh and is worshipped as the deity of fortune and success, and the remover of obstacles. He is honoured as the lord of business and diplomacy and is also associated with arts, education and trade.

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post Aug 2 2011, 03:35 AM


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Mini Sangkajai, Mass Chanted, Wat Suthat.

The concept of gold of wealth exist in in many Oriental religions/cultures. Examples of prominent ones are such as General Zhao Gong Ming and Bi Gan in Taoism, Daikokuten (Mahakala) in Japanese Buddhsim, the Jambala in Tibetan Buddhism, the Laughing Buddha (Mi Le Fo/Matreiya) in Chinese Mahayana Buddhism, Lakshmi and Kubera in Hinduism, amongst others. In the Thai Theravadian tradition, the traditional wealth deities that are not associated with Hinduism and other folk religion/beliefs would be Phra Sivali and Phra Sangkajai. According to Theravadian tradition, Phra Sangkajai actually refers to the Arahant Mahakaccayanathera, one of the "Ten Disciples of the Buddha", namely, (1) Mahakashyapa, 2) Ananda, 3) Shariputra, 4) Subhuti, 5) Purna, 6) Mahamaudgalyayana, 7) Aniruddha, 8) Upali and 9) Rahula. He was foremost in explaining the Dhamma, as Lord Buddha praised Phra Sangkajai for his excellence in explaining sophisticated Dhamma in an easily and correctly understandable manner. He was born in a Brahmin family at Ujjayini and received a classical Brahminical education studying the Vedas. Mahakaccayanathera studied diligently under Asita on Mount Vindhya, who had predicted that Prince Siddharta would become either a cakravartin, a great worldly ruler, or a Buddha. With a group of seven friends he invited the Buddha to visit, and gained enlightenment while listening to the Buddha’s sermon. He was then ordained, and converted numerous converts in the state of Avanti. One tale relates that he was so handsome that once even a man wanted him for a wife. To avoid a similar situation, Phra Sangkajai decided to transform himself into a fat monk. Another tale has it that he was so attractive that angels and men often compared him with the Buddha. He considered this to be inappropriate and so disguised himself in an unpleasantly fat body. Phra Sangkajai is often mistaken as Mi Le Fo of the Mahayana tradition (probably due to the similarity in appearance), when in fact, they are two different entities. Phra Sangkajai is an Arahant in the Buddha’s time while Mi Le Fo is the future Buddha.

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Nangpaya, AC Thong, Wat Pakor, B.E. 2538.

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Khun Paen, LP Key, Wat Seelamyong, B.E. 2549.

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Khun Paen, LP Hong, Wat Phetburi, B.E. 2546.

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Er Ge Fung, Acharn Khun Phan, Nakhon Si Thammarat, B.E. 2542.

Material: Nawa.

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Er Ge Fung pim Lek, Acharn Khun Phan, Nakhon Si Thammarat, B.E. 2542.

Material: Copper.

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CK Chan with 3 Pitda Behind, CK Chan, Wat Uttamaram, Bangsek, B.E. 2530.

Material: Yellow Copper.

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CK Chan with 3 Pitda Behind, CK Chan, Wat Uttamaram, Bangsek, B.E. 2530.

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Gumanthong, LP Soonthon, Wat Ban Paeng.

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Hoonpayong, LP Kloy, Wat Phukhaothong.

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Hoonpayong, LP Kloy, Wat Phukhaothong.

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Mini LP Thuad Taurid, AC Nong, Wat Saikow, B.E. 2538.

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Phra Buddhasiheng, Wat Phra Mahathat, Nakhon Si Thammarat, B.E. 2550.

Phra Buddhasiheng is one of the most important and auspicious historical images of the Buddha in Thailand alongside Phra Keaw, Chinnaraj, Phra Sorthon, amongst others. Phra Buddhsiheng is believed to bestow devotees with good fortune, bliss, metta and protection from all harm and danger.

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Somdej 6 Chan (Step), Mass Chanted, Wat Ketchaiyo, B.E. 2531.

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Somdej 7 Chan (Step), Mass Chanted, Wat Ketchaiyo, B.E. 2531.

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Jatukam Ramathep, Jointly Consecrated by LP Dum of Wat Santhitham, Wat Trumcitta Vipasana, B.E. 2547.

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