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Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang There are many prints. but the popular ones are Print the president Pim Ket Bua Tum, print chedi, print base Sam and print prokpho Phra Somdet Wat Rakhang Phra Pra Prathan or large prints are the most popular prints among the 5 amulets.

Somdej Wat Rakhang Pim Ket Bua Tum

Phra Somdet Wat Rakhang Kositaram" is an amulet created by Somdej Phra Buddhachan (Toh Brahmaramsi). It is said that he began to build it in 1866 after his majesty. Established as Phra Somdet Puttajarn Therefore, the amulet created was called "Phra Somdet" and was built until 1872 by distributing it to relatives who came to visit. and when going out for alms in the morning When it's all gone, build a new one. Consecrated with the incantation Chinnabanchorn that you got from Kamphaeng Phet. The person who carved the prints for the offering was Luang Wichian Chiaranai. goldsmith in the royal court

 

Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang There are many prints. but the popular ones are Print the president Pim Ket Bua Tum, print chedi, print base Sam and print prokpho especially the president or large print is the most popular print among the 5 amulet prints

 

Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang Pim Ket Bua Tum It is the smallest amulet of Wat Rakhang that is found among all amulets. style of print a monk sitting in an upside down bell round face Phra Ket is a mound that resembles a lotus bud. (as the origin of the name of the print) above the head and Buddhist art will look elegant, slender, not very delicate Unlike other prints, the end of the amulet does not touch the arch line. The Buddha image is slender. I can see the sangha line clearly

 

"Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang Pimket Bua Tum" is similar to "Phra Somdej of Wat Bang Khun Phrom Pimket Bua Tum" and still goes similar to "Phra Somdej of Wat Bang Khun Phrom Type Sangkhati" as well, or as the ancient people often called. "Pimdi-Toom" means Pim Sangkhati plus Pimket Bua Tum itself.

 

In the Explanation of Amulets Volume 1, titled Phra Somdet, Col. Phajon Kittiprawat or Ajarn Triyampawai, who dubbed the "Benjaphake amulet set", wrote about the size of Phra Somdej that “It is difficult to determine the size of Phra Somdej as a standard. because Phra Somdet was built with many prints which each print has a different size At the same time, the ingredients of the meat are not up to the standard. Some species may over time the meat may rise. some have shrunk Including cutting, some people cut close. Some people have a lot of wings left. As for the size and thickness, it can't be certain, some people are heavy-handed, some are light-handed.

 

In this regard, Triampawai District has measured the size of every Buddha image such as Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang, large print, width 2.30 cm., length 3.35 cm., thickness 0.40-0.65 hrs. Phra Somdej Wat Bang Khun Phrom, large print, width 2.30 cm., length 3.35 cm. Thickness 0.40-0.70 hrs. Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang Pagoda-shaped print, width 2.20 cm., length 3.40 cm., thickness 0.40-0.65 hrs. Phra Somdej of Wat Bang Khun Phrom. Pagoda-shaped print, width 2.20 cm., length 3.40 cm., thickness 0.40-0.65 hrs.

History and history of "Phra Somdet Wat Rakhang Pim Yai"

 

"Phra Somdet Wat Rakhang Big Print", Rakhang Kositaram Temple

Created by Somdej Puttajarn (To Brahmarangsi) is the most popular amulet in Thailand and foreign amulet collectors praise it as the "Emperor of Amulets", thus causing both new and old amulet collectors to want Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang. Let's take possession and worship everyone. considered auspicious very high

Somdej Puttajarn (to Phrom Rangsi was born on April 17, 1788, at dawn, at Tambon Kai Chan, Amphoe Tha Ruea. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, the mother's name was Ket. unidentified father It is said that his mother was a villager in Tha Ruea Subdistrict. Mueang District, Uttaradit Province His father may have been a native of Kamphaeng Phet, because there was a record written that "Pi of the Rooster Chula Rak 1211 (AD 1848) Somdet Puttajarn (To) Wat Rakhang, Bangkok. came to visit relatives in Kamphaeng Phet which shows that he has relatives who are residents of Kamphaeng Phet Somdej Thachan (To Brahmarangsi) was born in the era of His Majesty King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok The reign of King Rama I lived up to five reigns. When the statue of King Rama I (currently at Prathep Bidon) was molded, the sculptor had to rely on those who were born in time and had seen King Rama I. At that time there were only a few left. that can tell his character One of them was Somdej Puttajarn (Toh Phromrangsi).

Somdet amulet of Wat Rakhang Kositaram There are 5 types of standard prints accepted by the monk industry.

1. large print

2. Print a pagoda

3. Pimket Bua Tum

4. Print the Sam base

5. Pimprak Pho

Most of the materials of Phra Somdej Phra Somdej are lime and powder mixed with Puthakhun powder, namely, Phong Maharaj, Itthije, Patamung, Trinisinghe, etc. Chao Prakun Somdet is the one who made the powder in the ancient way, which is written on a slate, written and erased, gathered the powder to create an amulet. There are also other objects such as palm leaves, burnt wands, broken bricks, flowers to worship Buddha images, etc., all of which are beaten together. Combined with Tang Eu oil, the amulet will not become brittle or break easily.

Somdej Puttajarn (to Brahmarangsi) He was the 6th abbot of Wat Rakhang when he was 65 years old and occupied Wat Rakhang for about 20 years and died on June 22, 1872.

It would be difficult to know the number of Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang amulets created from time to time because he built from time to time according to the number of objects available. and no one counted But he built it for about 6 years, namely from 1866 to 1872.

Finally, I would like to express my merit and prestige of Somdej Puttajarn (Toh Promrangsi) Jong Amnuay Oaychai for helping protect you and your family from all dangers.

History and history of "Phra Somdet, Rakhang Temple, Phim Than Sam"

 

"Phra Somdet, Wat Rakhang Phim Than Sam", Rakhang Kositaram Temple

Created by Somdej Puttajarn (To Brahmarangsi) is the most popular amulet in Thailand and foreign amulet collectors praise it as the "Emperor of Amulets", thus causing both new and old amulet collectors to want Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang. Let's take possession and worship everyone. considered auspicious very high

 

Somdej Puttajarn (to Phrom Rangsi was born on April 17, 1788, at dawn, at Tambon Kai Chan, Amphoe Tha Ruea. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, the mother's name was Ket. unidentified father It is said that his mother was a villager in Tha Ruea Subdistrict. Mueang District, Uttaradit Province His father may have been a native of Kamphaeng Phet, because there was a record written that "Pi of the Rooster Chula Rak 1211 (AD 1848) Somdet Puttajarn (To) Wat Rakhang, Bangkok. came to visit relatives in Kamphaeng Phet which shows that he has relatives who are residents of Kamphaeng Phet Somdej Thachan (To Brahmarangsi) was born in the era of His Majesty King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok The reign of King Rama I lived up to five reigns. When the statue of King Rama I (currently at Prathep Bidon) was molded, the sculptor had to rely on those who were born in time and had seen King Rama I. At that time there were only a few left. that can tell his character One of them was Somdej Puttajarn (Toh Phromrangsi).

Somdet amulet of Wat Rakhang Kositaram There are 5 types of standard prints accepted by the monk industry.

1. large print

2. Print a pagoda

3. Pimket Bua Tum

4. Print the Sam base

5. Pimprak Pho

Most of the materials of Phra Somdej Phra Somdej are lime and powder mixed with Puthakhun powder, namely, Phong Maharaj, Itthije, Patamung, Trinisinghe, etc. Chao Prakun Somdet is the one who made the powder in the ancient way, which is written on a slate, written and erased, gathered the powder to create an amulet. There are also other objects such as palm leaves, burnt wands, broken bricks, flowers to worship Buddha images, etc., all of which are beaten together. Combined with Tang Eu oil, the amulet will not become brittle or break easily.

Somdej Puttajarn (to Brahmarangsi) He was the 6th abbot of Wat Rakhang when he was 65 years old and occupied Wat Rakhang for about 20 years and died on June 22, 1872.

It would be difficult to know the number of Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang amulets created from time to time because he built from time to time according to the number of objects available. and no one counted But he built it for about 6 years, namely from 1866 to 1872.

Finally, I would like to ask for the merit and prestige of Somdej Puttajarn (To Phromrangsi) Jong Amnuay Auychai for helping protect you and your family from all dangers.

 Somdej Wat Rakhang Print Chedi

Phra Somdej of Wat Rakang Kositaram

Wat Rakang Kositaram Bangkok Noi, Thonburi

Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang Kositaram as the presiding monk Benjaphakee amulet, the creator of which is Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To Phrom Rangsi) Buddhakhun. The sanctity of Phra Somdej Phra Somdej bell has many. It is considered to be the number one amulet that has been popular since the beginning of the amulet industry. Chao Prakhun Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To Phrom Rangsi) was born during the reign of King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok the Great (Rama I) in Ayutthaya. He lived as long as 5 lands. In the reign of King Rama 5, he was one of the few people who had actually seen the reign of King Rama 1 when he was ordained. ordination at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To Phromrangsi), he was a disciple of Somdej Phra Sangkharat (Suk), the wild chicken, the 4th Patriarch of Rattanakosin. which is the creator It is said that Somdej Phra Buddhachan (Toh Phrom Rangsi) followed in the footsteps of the creation of the Buddha image according to the Patriarch (Suk) of the Savage Chicken in the year 1864, His Holiness Somdej Phra Buddhachan. Received the title of "Somdej Phra Buddhachan" after 2 years in the year 1866 he began to build Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Kositaram. As for the reason for the creation of Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang, it is said that when he went up to visit his relatives in Kamphaeng Phet Province which is a city famous for printing At that time, he found an ancient amulet at Wat Sadet, an abandoned temple. He therefore brought back some of those amulets with the intention of creating amulets to inherit Buddhism as the ancient people had done. As for the materials used in the construction of Phra Somdet Phra Somdej consisted of: • Mostly lime. (Bring shells to burn into lime) • Powder of Buddha, which is caused by writing characters on a slate and then erasing. Then take the powder that has been molded and rewritten. Repeat this process, starting with Pong Patamung, Pong Itthije, Trinisinghe Maharaj and Phutthakhun. The resulting powder has the highest power. • Other ingredients include burned palm leaves, dried flowers. Fragments of the Buddha's robe and the body of the amulet are combined with Tang Eu oil. to prevent cracking For that process • take the mixed mass and bring it to pound into Phra Somdet's meat • mold it into square bars. Cut into pieces (called pieces hatch) • Put the pieces of Phra Somdet amulets in the molds. which carved from slate Then press the amulet to the mold. • Cut the edge of the amulet into a square shape. by hammering and cutting bamboo flowers that are used for basketry for mold of His Majesty It is the first amulet mold that is abstract art, that is, the lines of the Buddha image. Instead of a model with details that are a virtual amulet, there are 5 molds for Phra Somdej Wat Rakang, namely: 1. Big print (President's print) 2. Sam base print 3. Chedi print 4. Pok Pho 5. Pim Ket Bua Tum

 

 

 

 

 

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