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The World Peace Batch of Amulets (B.E.2559) from Luang Phor Thamrong, Wat Duang Khae

The World Peace Batch of Amulets (B.E.2559) from Luang Phor Thamrong, Wat Duang Khae

The World Peace Batch of Amulets (B.E.2559) from Luang Phor Thamrong, Wat Duang Khae

About 5 years ago, Luang Phor Thamrong from Wat Duang Khae

wished to repair the ceiling of the meditation hall in his home temple. To support this initiative, he crafted a batch of amulets with a special and very heartwarming message; one of World Peace.
Luang Phor Thamrong, Wat Duang Khae
Luang Phor Thamrong, Wat Duang Khae

 

Observing the economic outlook of the time, Luang Phor saw looming hardship and suffering ahead, especially for the poor and downtrodden. He recognised the need for the grace and power of the Triple Gems (Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha) to support and uplift the lives of the masses. In support of his efforts, he released the World Peace amulets to the public in 11th to 12th June of B.E.2559 (2016) after consecrating them at Wat Duang Khae.

These amulets included Takrut Phra Sivali

, Takrut Luang Pu Man
, Locket
and Luk Om
. Each piece of Takrut Phra Sivali was personally inscribed by Luang Phor Thamrong, and the Takrut Luang Pu Man were made of wood from the house in which Luang Phor Man had resided in while he was alive.

 

 Poster for the “World Peace” range of amulets in Sa-Ti Amulets showroom ( https://www.facebook.com/satiamulets/ )

Poster for the “World Peace” range of amulets in Sa-Ti Amulets showroom (https://www.facebook.com/satiamulets/)

 

Crafting these amulets required painstaking efforts that were personally undertaken by Luang Phor Thamrong. Many sacred and rare objects were incorporated into them, and were brought through a succession of 199 temples for consecration.

In this article, we will explore some of the relics of Thai arcana used in the locket and luk om, such as a talisman cloth hand-written by Luang Pu Man. We will also explore the list of 199 temples involved in the consecration process.

 

Origins of Luang Pu Man Phurithatto’s
Talisman Cloth

The year 1944 saw an explosion in the popularity of the Free Thai Movement. Ban Nong Phue Village, Sakon Nakhon Province

was among the locations where camps were set up, to train regular teachers and villagers to fight the Japanese occupiers. Nuthai Supolvanich
, a teacher, was among the movement’s recruits.

 

Luang Phor Thamrong mixing the materials together
Luang Phor Thamrong mixing the materials together

 

While on a break from training, a friend told him about a monk at the nearby Wat Pa Ban Nong Phue, who was known for making sacred protective amulets. That monk was Luang Pu Man Phurithatto. His friend suggested that he should try asking the master for some amulets to aid their cause.

The next day, Nuthai brought a large gold sheet and cut it into smaller, square pieces. At first, he passed these to some elderly relatives who lived in the area and asked them to bring the gold pieces to Luang Pu Man and request for them to be made into rolled talismans (as known as Yant Lod

or Takrut in Thai). His relatives, however, were hesitant to approach the master themselves.

 

Instead, one elderly relative sought out Luang Pu Man’s attendant for help with approaching the master, who readily agreed. Luang Pu Man’s reply was; “If he wishes, I can create it for him, that’s fine.”

After three days, the attendant passed the completed talisman rolls to the old man, who then handed it over to Nuthai. Nuthai was delighted, and carried the sacred amulets with him everywhere, showering them with special care and attention.

 

Monks pounding the materials into paste to make the Luk Om and Locket
Monks pounding the materials into a paste to make the Luk Om and Locket

 

One day, on a break from training, he stumbled across a small group of his friends in the midst of testing out a consecrated Kiaw Mu Tan

(a Boar’s Canine Tooth) amulet by shooting at it.  Although purported to be indestructible, the amulet was getting utterly destroyed by the bullets, much to the dismay of its owner, who was watching the entire scene unfold, face white as a sheet.

 

The man carrying the gun, spotting Nuthai watching them, turned and gloated “Any other “good things” for us to try out?”

Nuthai reached into his pocket for his takrut, but the gunman lunged in and snatched the amulet away from him. Requesting that he return it, the man tauntingly refused, instead of laying it some distance away and cocking his gun, preparing to take a direct shot at it.

There were two loud clacks, as the gun failed to fire. The group stood astonished, as the anxious gunman raised the gun to the sky and pulled the trigger one more time. The sound of a bullet echoed through the yard. As the jarring noise rang out, Nuthai quickly retrieved his amulet and scurried away, leaving the men in a state of disbelief.

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The Handwritten Cloth of Legend

The myth surrounding Luang Pu Man’s amulets soon turned to legend, as accounts of their mystical properties began to spread like wildfire on the grapevine. More and more people began to seek out LP Man, but most received a simple talisman cloth inscribed with his handwriting. The golden talisman rolls were a rarity, owing to the scarcity of the material.

Luang Pu Man soon grew weary of his growing popularity. He began to advise devotees to abandon the gold foil and cloth talismans as the war would soon be over. He reasoned that these were mere material possessions, and repeating the spells in their minds alone would be equally effective. He advised them to repeat the necessary spell like a mantra, and this would protect them from harm.

The spell he recommended was “Namo Vimuttanang Namo Vimuttiya

”, a prayer of veneration to the liberated one (who is freed from mental impurity), and an expression of personal inclination to the Vimutti Dhamma
(the state of liberation or Nirvana).
Mixing the ground powders and paste together
Mixing the ground powders and paste together

Seven days after his decision to stop producing the amulets for good, America dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Japan surrendered, effectively ending World War II.

Here is a list of the material incorporated into the Luk Om and Locket.

Sacred Constituents, Relics and Ashes of the Holy Buddhist Disciples which are contained into the lockets and Luk Om of Luang Pu Man Phurithatto

in the ‘World Peace’ Series or ‘Santiphaplok
’ in Thai.

 

  1. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Sao Kantasilo
  2. Hair and ash relics from of Luang Pu Man Phurithatto
  3. Ash relics from Luang Pu Dhes Dhesrangsi
  4. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Onn Yanasiri
  5. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Chorb Thanasamo
  6. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Phrom Jirapunyo
  7. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Khao Analayo
  8. Ash relics from Luang Pu Fhan Ajaro
  9. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Waen Sujinno
  10. Ash relics from Luang Pu Kongma Jirapunyo
  11. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Tue Ajalathammo
  12. Hair from Luang Pu Toh Inthasuvanno
  13. Ash relics from Luang Pu Chah Subhaddo
  14. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Juan Kulachettho
  15. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Wan Uttamo
  16. Hair from His Holiness The Supreme Patriarch of Thailand
  17. Ash relics from Luang Pu Raks Rewatto
  18. Hair, ash relics, and chewed betel nuts from Luang Ta Maha Bua Yanasampanno
  19. Ash relics from Luang Pu Maha Khian Thitasilo
  20. Ash relics from Luang Pu Suwaj Suwajjo
  21. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Jia Juntho
  22. Hair from Luang Pu Ben Thanakaro
  23. Hair from Luang Pu Singhthong Thammavaro
  24. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Lah Khemapatto
  25. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Luang Katapunyo
  26. Hair from Luang Pu Lee Kusalatharo
  27. Hair from Luang Pu Panya Panyavaro
  28. Hair from Luang Pu Sin Sirithammo
  29. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Maha Boonmee Siritharo
  30. Ash relics from Luang Pu Boonchan Chanthawaro
    The collected consecrated holy water from different places
    The collected consecrated holy water from different places
  31. Ash relics from Luang Pu Porn Sumano
  32. Ash relics from Luang Pu Puang Sukhinthariyo
  33. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Khamtan Thitathammo
  34. Hair and ash relics from Luang Pu Ouhn Thammatharo
  35. Ash relics from Luang Pu Srichan Vannapho
  36. Ash relics from Luang Pu Boon Chinawangso
  37. Hair from Luang Pu Khamdee Baphaso
  38. Ash relics from Luang Pu Seela Issaro
  39. Ash relics from Luang Pu Boonyoung Palayano
  40. Ash relics from Luang Pu Noey Somjitto
  41. Ash relics from Luang Pu Maha Thong-In Kusalajitto
  42. Hair from Luang Pu Tohn Yanatharo
  43. Hair from Luang Pu Seethon Seelatharo
  44. Hair from Luang Pu Boonyarit Panthito
  45. Ash relics from Luang Pu Chansoam Kittikaro
  46. Hair from Luang Pu Ghan Thitathammo
  47. Ash relics from Luang Pu Samma
  48. Ash relics from Luang Pu Kampong Tisso
  49. Hair from Luang Pu Bua Siripunno
  50. Hair from Luang Pu Chan Khemapatto
  51. Hair from Luang Pu Chanrian Kunavaro
  52. Hair and ash relics from assorted Buddhist masters
  53. Ash relics from Maechee (Buddhist Nun) Kaew
  54. Ash relics from the Dhutangka Cetiya
    (Pagoda) at Wat Asokaram
  55. Holy water consecrated by Luang Pu Jia Juntho
  56. Leftover rice from alms bowls (Khao Kon Baht
    in Thai), sourced from Luang Ta Maha Bua Yanasampanno
  57. Flowers offered to the main Buddha statue at Wat Pa Ban Tard
    Temple
  58. Assorted sacred powders from different Buddhist masters
  59. Flowers offered to the remains of Luang Pu Chorb Tanasamo
  60. Sand blessed (Sai Sek
    in Thai) by Luang Ta Maha Bua Yannasampanno
  61. Roof wood from the abode of Luang Pu Man Bhurithatto
  62. Rinsing water from the alms bowl of Luang Pu Suvaj Suvajjo
  63. Ancient black petrified rice grains
  64. Three kilograms of Lek Namphee
    iron (a type of bluish mineral ore)
  65. Quartz crystal (Hin Kiew Hanuman
    in Thai)
  66. Various auspicious flowers
  67. Nine types of gemstones and other gems
  68. Ancient treasure trove Buddha amulets from Lopburi
    , Ayutthaya
    , and Suphanburi
  69. Powder from Somdej Wat Rakang
    Buddha amulets
  70. Herb dabber of Luang Ta Maha Bua Yannasampanno
  71. Parts of sacred metal nest (Khi Leklai
    in Thai)
  72. Sandal wood from the cremation ceremony of Luang Pu Suvaj Suvajjo
    under the royal patronage
    Blessing the lockets individually
    Blessing the lockets individually
  73. Bronze
  74. Dark bluish sacred metal (Mekkhapat
    in Thai)
  75. Petrified rice
  76. Sacred soft metal
  77. One hundred and eight types of sacred plant
  78. Nga Sa Den
    (powder from ivory that broke off naturally during the life of an elephant)
  79. Powder from Somdej Wat Ket Chaiyo
    Buddha amulets
  80. Sacred black tree wood
  81. Powder from the pediment of Wat Duang Khae
    Buddhist Chapel
  82. Flowers offered in homage to the Lord Buddha’s relics from Sri Lanka
  83. Powders from broken Buddha amulets of different Buddhist masters
  84. Balm of Luang Ta Maha Bua Yanasampanno
  85. Sacred plant oil of Luang Pu Ouhn Chakharo
  86. Flowers from the cremation ceremony of Luang Pu Jia Juntho
    under the royal patronage
  87. Bodhi
    leaves from India
  88. Soil from the Lord Buddha’s birthplace and the site of his parinibbana
  89. Powder of Lek Namphee
    metal from Wat Nam Pee
    Temple, Uttaradit
    Province
  90. Sacred powder from Wat Plab
    , Bangkok
  91. Sacred powder from Wat Ampawa
    , Bangkok
  92. Don Chedi
    sacred powder, Suphanburi
    Province
  93. Hermit sacred powder (Phong Ruesi
    in Thai), Sukhothai
    Province
  94. Sacred powder from Wat Indharaviharn
    , Bangkok
  95. Sacred powder from Wat Pai Nguen
    , Bangkok
  96. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Nak
    , Wat Hua Hin
    , Prachuabkhirikhan
    Province
  97. Sacred powder from Wat Klang Bang Kaew
    , Nakorn Pathom
    Province
  98. Sacred powder from Wat Phra Pathom Chedi
    , Nakorn Pathom
    Province
  99. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Guay
    , blessed sand, and ivory powder
  100. Sacred powder from Wat Kan Seedaram
    , Cha Choeng Sao
    Province
  101. Sacred powder from Wat Luang Phor Sothorn
    , Cha Choeng Sao
    Province
  102. Sacred powder from the Chaiya
    Pagoda (Phrathat Chaiya
    in Thai), Suratthani
    Province
  103. Sacred powder from the Holy Stone of Prachuabkhirikhan
    Province
  104. Powder from flower pollens, Wat Rakang Kositaram
  105. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Pae
    , Wat Pikulthong
    in Singburi
    Province
  106. Sacred powder from the sacred mineral (Rae Kaiyasit
    in Thai) of Wat Khao Or
  107. Flowers from the foundation-laying ceremony for the main Buddha statue of Wat Pa Ban Tard
  108. Sacred mineral powder from Koh Larn
    Island, Chonburi
    Province
  109. Powder from Phaya Koon
    Wood of Luang Phor Koon Parisuttho
    Consecrating the amulets in the prayer hall
    Consecrating the amulets in the prayer hall
  110. Ash relics from incense sticks offered to Luang Pu Devada
  111. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Hern
    , Wat Don Thong
    , Saraburi
    Province
  112. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Somchai
    , Wat Khao Sukim
    , Chanthaburi
    Province
  113. Ash relics from incense sticks offered to Luang Pu Klan
    , Wat Yard
    , Ayutthaya
    Province
  114. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Khloi
    , Wat Thum Khao Nguen
    , Chumphon
    Province
  115. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Sri
    , Wat Phra Prang
    , Singburi
    Province
  116. Holy water in the alms bowl blessed during the Prathai Khaopluek
    paddy merit-making ceremony year 1997 – 2002 and the 60th year anniversary merit-making ceremony of the Bank of Thailand
  117. Powder from the ancient pagoda (since B.E. 8) found at the foundation of Phra That Phanom
    Pagoda in the year 1975.
  118. Meteorite from Ban Khok Sawang, Don Nang Hong Sub-District, That Phanom District, Nakorn Panom Province
  119. Lek Namphee
    metal powder from Luang Phor Kasem
    , Wat Sra Pang Tong
    , Roi Et Province
    .
  120. Pathamang
    sacred powder from Luang Phor Khong
    , Wat Thanon Hak Yai
    , Nakornrajasrima Province
  121. Blessed marl from Luang Phor Plien Panyapatipo
  122. Powder from black tree wood in India, provided by Wat Sripawang
    , Ayutthaya
    Province
  123. Pollen powder from one hundred and eight types of sacred plants, and powder found atop the Buddha statues (covered with silver and gold within a pagoda).
    A final consecration
    A final consecration
  124. Powder from the bronze sheet covering a pagoda
  125. Powder from the four pilgrimage places and from the Bodhi leaves at Bodhgaya
    , India
  126. Sacred powder from Wat Bueng Phraya Surane
    in Bangkok (provided by Luang Pu Thong Yu
    , Wat Mai Nong Pha Ong
    )
  127. Sacred powder from the Ten Perfections (Phong Sib-Tat
    in Thai) Buddha image of Luang Phor Nguen
    , Wat Don Yai Hom
    , Nakorn Pathom Province, and sacred powder from Luang Phor Wet
    , Wat Ban Lat
    , Ban Lat District, Phetchaburi
    Province
  128. Golden sand from the Naga pond in front of Phra That Panom
    Pagoda.
  129. Powder from the broken Somdej Bang Khun Phrom
    Buddha amulets, Bank of Thailand series, and from the broken 108 anniversary Yod Khun Phon
    Buddha amulets of Chao Khun Nor
    , and from the broken Somdej Wat Chedi Hoi
    Buddha amulets blessed by Kruba Srivichai
    , and from the broken Somdej Luang Phor Pae
    Buddha amulets.
  130. Silver sand from Song Tai Underwater World Pond, the pagoda at the depth of 14 metres
  131. Sacred powder from the burnished top of prior pagoda.
  132. Powder from the palm leaf Buddhist scriptures of Luang Pu Thong Yu
    , Wat Mai Nong Pha Ong
    , Samutsakorn
    Province
  133. Sacred powder from Luang Phor Cham
    and blessed sand of Wat Don Yai Hom
    , Nakorn Pathom Province.
  134. Sacred powder named Jitlada
  135. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets of Wat Duang Khae
    , Bangkok, the first series, released in 1967.
  136. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets of Luang Pu Thuad
    , Wat Sai Khao
    with the mixtures of sacred elements of Luang Pu Thuad
    , Pattani
    Province, in the year of 1954.
  137. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets (Somdej Wat Arun
    ) of the second monk group of Wat Arun Ratchawararam
    in Bangkok, year 1972.
  138. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets of Luang Pu Luang Katapunyo
    , Wat Pa Samran Niwat
    , Lampang
    Province
  139. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets of Luang Phor Nguen
    , Wat Bang Klan
    , produced and offered to Wat Khao Phra Tai
    in Phichit
    Province, in the year 1915
  140. Powder from the broken Buddha amulets in the ‘Helping the Nation’ project by Luang Ta Maha Bua Yanasampanno
    , in the year 2002
  141. Holy water, blessed with Buddhist incantations, from 9 temples
  142. Flowers offered to the main Buddha statues of nine Buddhist temples
  143. Flowers offered to the Lord Buddha’s relics and relics of twenty enlightened Buddhist disciples from the meditation hall of Wat Duang Khae in Bangkok.
  144. Powder from the roof tiles of Wat Duang Khae
    ’s meditation hall in Bangkok.
  145. Blessed gemstones from Tibet
  146. Soil from sacred pagodas in Myanmar
  147. Many more other sacred ingredients

The amulets went through consecration in 199 temples in Thailand

  1. Wat Bowonniwet Ratchaworawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok Thailand
  2. Wat Chana Songkhram Ratchaworamahawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  3. Wat Rakhang Khositaram Woramahawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  4. Wat Suthat Thepwararam Ratchaworamahawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok Thailand
  5. Wat Rai Khing Temple, Sampran District, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand
  6. Wat Phra Pathommachedi Ratchaworamahawihan Temple, Muang District, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand
  7. Wat Kuti Temple, Khao Yoi District, Phetchaburi Province, Thailand
  8. Wat Phra Mongkhon Bophit Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  9. Wat Kasattrathirat Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  10. Wat Thakarong Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  11. Wat Lokayasutharam Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  12. Wat Thammikarat Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  13. Wat Na Phramen Rachikaram Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  14. Wat Sri Pho Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  15. Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  16. Wat Phanan Choeng Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
  17. Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat Woramahawihan Temple (Wat Yai), Mueang District, Phitsanulok Province, Thailand
  18. Wat Nang Phaya Temple, Mueang District, Phitsanulok Province, Thailand
  19. Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai Temple, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan Province, Thailand
  20. Wat Asokaram Temple, Mueang District, Samut Prakan Province, Thailand
  21. Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan Temple, Mueang Chachoengsao District, Chachoengsao Province, Thailand
  22. Wat Boromniwat Ratchaworawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok Thailand
  23. Wat Phra Phiren Temple, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok Thailand
  24. Wat Ratchabophit Sathitmahasimaram Ratchaworawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  25. Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram Ratchaworawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  26. Buddhaisawan Chapel, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok Thailand
  27. Wat Buranasiri Mattayaram Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  28. Wat Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand
  29. Wat Prayurawongsawat Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  30. Wat Tri Thotsathep Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  31. Wat Thewarat Kunchorn Worawihan Temple, Dusit District, Bangkok, Thailand
  32. Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram Temple (Wat Phra Kaew) or Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  33. Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan Temple or Wat Pho, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  34. Wat Mangkon Kamalawat Temple (Wat Leng Noei Yi), Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  35. Wat Intharawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  36. Wat Iam Woranuch Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  37. Wat Benchamabophit Dusitwanaram Ratchaworawihan Temple (marble temple), Dusit District, Bangkok, Thailand
  38. Wat Yannawa Temple, Sathon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  39. Wat Sutthiwararam Temple, Sathon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  40. Wat Rat Singkhon Temple, Sathon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  41. Wat Pradu Chimphli Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  42. Wat Pleng Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  43. Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  44. Wat Nak Prok Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  45. Wat Ratcha Khrue Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  46. Wat Chantharam Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  47. Wat Intharam Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  48. Wat Kanlayanamit Woramahawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  49. Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchaworamahawihan Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  50. Wat Khruawan Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok Thailand
  51. Wat Nak Klang Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  52. Wat Buppharam Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok Thailand
  53. Wat Phitchaya Yatikaram Worawihan Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand
  54. Wat Debsirindrawas Ratchaworawihan Temple, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  55. Wat Hua Lamphong Temple, Bang Rak District, Bangkok, Thailand
  56. Wat Maha Pruettharam Worawihan Temple, Bang Rak District, Bangkok, Thailand
  57. Wat Ratchanatdaram Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  58. Wat Thepthidaram Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  59. Wat Mahannopharam Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand
  60. Wat Chinorasaram Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  61. Wat Sutthawat Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  62. Wat Srisudaram Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  63. Wat Bang Khun Non Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  64. Wat Phawana Phirataram Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  65. Wat Chao Arm Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok Thailand
  66. Wat Kai Tia Temple, Taling Chan District, Bangkok Thailand
  67. Wat Supattanaram Worawihan Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  68. Wat Chai Mongkol Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  69. Wat Si Ubon Rattanaram Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  70. Wat Phra That Nong Bua Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  71. Wat Maha Wanaram Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  72. Wat Mani Wanaram Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  73. Wat Thung Si Mueang Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  74. Wat Liap Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  75. Wat Tai Phrachao Yai Ong Tue Temple, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  76. Wat Nong Pah Pong Temple, Warin Chamrap District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  77. Wat Don That Temple, Phibun Mangsahan District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  78. Wat Phu Khao Kaew Temple, Phibun Mangsahan District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  79. Wat Pah Nanachat Temple, Warin Chamrap District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  80. Wat Pa Nong Or Temple (Luang Pu Sao Kantasilo’s hometown), Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  81. Birthplace Memorial of Luang Pu Man Phurithatto, Sri Mueang Mai District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  82. Wat Sri Boonreung Temple (Luang Pu Man Phurithatto’s hometown), Sri Mueang Mai District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  83. Wat Phu Lon Temple, Sri Mueang Mai District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  84. Wat Phra To Ban Pak Sang Temple, Na Tan District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  85. Wat Sa Prasan Suk Temple (Wat Ban Na Muang), Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  86. Wat Buraparam Temple (Cremation Place of Luang Pu Sao Kantasilo), Mueang Ubon Ratchathani District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand
  87. Wat Phra That Phanom Woramahawihan Temple, That Phanom District, Nakhon Phanom Province, Thailand
  88. Wat Tham Chai Mongkol Temple, Phu Langka, Bueng Khong Long District, Bueng Kan Province, Thailand
  89. Wat Pho Temple, Ban Sam Phong Village, Si Songkhram District, Nakhon Phanom Province, Thailand
  90. Wat Pa Samakkhi Tham Temple, Ban Phaeng District, Nakhon Phanom Province, Thailand
  91. Wat Pa Udom Somporn Temple (Luang Pu Fan Ajaro), Phanna Nikhom District, Sakon Nakhon Province, Thailand
  92. Wat Phurithatta Thirawat Temple, Phanna Nikhom District, Sakon Nakhon Province, Thailand
  93. Wat Pho Chai Temple (Luang Phor Phra Sai), Mueang District, Nong Khai Province, Thailand
  94. Wat Pa Samakkhi Upatham Temple (Phu Kratae), Mueang Bueng Kan District, Bueng Kan Province, Thailand
  95. Wat Si Chomphu Ong Tue Temple, Tha Bo District, Nong Khai Province, Thailand
  96. Wat Aranya Banphot Temple (Luangpu Rian Woralapho), Si Chiang Mai District, Nong Khai Province, Thailand
  97. Wat Tham Pha Chang Temple, Khammouane Province, Laos
  98. Phra That Luang, Vientiane, Laos
  99. Patuxay or Pratuchai, Vientiane, Laos
  100. Wat Sri Muang Temple, Vientiane, Laos
    The finalized Locket of Luang Pu Man
    The finalized Locket of Luang Pu Man
  101. Wat Ong Teu Mahawihan Temple, Vientiane, Laos
  102. Haw Phra Kaew (The Place That the Emerald Buddha Had Been Enshrined), Vientiane, Laos
  103. Wat Si Saket Temple, Vientiane, Laos
  104. Wat Pa Ban Lueam Temple, Maueng District, Udon Thani Province, Thailand
  105. Wat Pa Ban Tat Temple (Luang Ta Maha Bua Yanasampanno), Maueng District, Udon Thani Province, Thailand
  106. Wat Pa Keson Sin Khun Thamma Chedi Temple, (Wat Phu Pha Daeng -Luang Pu Lee Kussalatharo), Nong Wua So District, Udon Thani Province, Thailand
  107. Wat Pathum Khongkha Ratchaworawihan Temple, Samphanthawong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  108. Wat Samphanthawong Saram Woramahawihan Temple, (Wat Koh Yaowaraj), Samphanthawong District, Bangkok Thailand
  109. Wat Rachathiwat Ratchaworamahawihan Temple, Dusit District, Bangkok, Thailand
  110. Wat Sam Phraya Worawihan Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bankok, Thailand
  111. Wat Phakhini Nat Worawihan Temple, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  112. Wat Kharuehabodi Temple, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  113. Wat Bowon Mongkhon Ratchaworawihan Temple (Wat Ling Khob), Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  114. Wat Khlong Toei Nok Temple, Khlong Toei District, Bangkok, Thailand
  115. Wat Maha But Temple (Mae Nak Phra Khanong), Suan Luang District, Bangkok, Thailand
  116. Wat Yang Temple, Suan Luang District, Bangkok Thailand
  117. Wat Thammamongkol Thaoboonyanonthawihan Temple, Phra Khanong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  118. Wat Sangkhathan Temple, Mueang Nonthaburi District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  119. Wat Pa Maneekarn Temple, Bang Kruai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  120. Wat Boromracha Kanchanapisek Anusorn Temple (Wat Leng Noei Yi 2), Bang Bua Thong District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  121. Wat Pa Phurithatta Patipatharam Temple, Sam Khok District, Pathum Thani Province, Thailand
  122. Wat That Thong Temple, Watthana District, Bangkok, Thailand
  123. Wat Phra Ram Kao Kanchanapisek Temple, Huai Khwang District, Bangkok, Thailand
  124. Wat Phrasri Mahathat Woramahawihan Temple, Bang Khen District, Bangkok Thailand
  125. Wat Awut Wikasitaram Temple, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  126. Wat Prasat Bunyawat Temple, Dusit District, Bangkok, Thailand
  127. Wat Ratchapha Tikaram Temple, Dusit District, Bangkok, Thailand
  128. Wat Mai Amataros Temple, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok Thailand
  129. Wat Thong Nopphakhun Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand
  130. Wat Thongthammachat Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand
  131. Wat Sitaram Temple, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  132. Wat Phaya Young Temple, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  133. Wat Phitchaya Yatikaram Worawihan Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok Thailand
  134. Wat Hong Rattanaram Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  135. Wat Kantatharam Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  136. Wat Intharam Worawihan Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  137. Wat Weru Rachin Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  138. Wat Phlapphla Chai Temple, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  139. Wat Nang Nong Worawihan Tempe, Jomthong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  140. Wat Nang Ratchaworawihan Temple, Jomthong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  141. Wat Ratcha Orasaram Temple, Jomthong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  142. Wat Kampaeng Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  143. Wat Thong Salangam Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  144. Wat Phraya Tham Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  145. Wat Chinorasaram Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok Thailand
  146. Wat Dusittaram Worawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok Thailand
  147. Wat Daowadueng Saram Temple, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  148. Wat Rat Prakhlong Tham Temple, Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  149. Wat Prasat Temple, Bang Yai Temple, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  150. Wat Bot Don Phrom Temple, Mueang Nonthaburi District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  151. Wat Bang Len Temple, Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  152. Wat Hong Rattanaram Ratchaworawihan Temple, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok, Thailand
  153. Wat Kanchanasinghat Worawiharn Temple, Taling Chan District, Bangkok, Thailand
  154. Wat Ratchada Thithan Ratchaworawihan Temple, Taling Chan District, Bangkok, Thailand
  155. Wat Sak Yai Temple, Bang Kruai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  156. Wat Tanod Temple, Bang Kruai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
  157. Wat Pai Lom Temple, Mueang District, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand
  158. Wat Thammasala Temple, Mueang District, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand
  159. Wat Tha Tamnak Temple, Nakhon Chai Si District, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand
  160. Wat Khae Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  161. Wat Phra Si Mahathat Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  162. Wat Phai Rong Wua Temple, Song Phi Nong District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  163. Wat Phra Non Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  164. Wat Nor Phutthangkoon Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  165. Wat Phra Loi Tempe, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  166. Wat Sarathi Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  167. Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  168. Wat Pa Lelai Temple, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  169. Wat Ban Krang Temple, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  170. Wat Don Chedi Temple, Don Chedi District, Suphan Buri Province, Thailand
  171. Wat Ruak Bangbumru Temple, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, Thailand
  172. Wat Phleng Vipassana Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  173. Wat Mali Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  174. Phra Ajahn Man Phurithatto Foundation, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  175. Wat Chaiyathit Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  176. Wat Pantainorasingh Temple, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
  177. Wat Noi Nang Hong Temple, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
  178. Wat Lang San Prasit Temple, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
  179. Wat Suttiwat Wararam Temple, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
  180. Wat Ketmadi Si Wararam Temple, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
  181. Wat Sawettachat Worawihan Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand
  182. Wat Bang Nam Chon Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  183. Wat Bukkhalo Temple, Thonburi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  184. Wat Suttharam Temple, Khlong San District, Bangkok, Thailand
  185. Wat Suwannaram Ratchaworawihan Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  186. Wat Pho Riang Temple, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok, Thailand
  187. Wat Kaew Temple, Taling Chan District, Bangkok, Thailand
  188. Wat Prasat Temple, Taling Chan District, Bangkok, Thailand
  189. Wat Yai Rom Temple, Chom Thong District, Bangkok, Thailand
  190. Wat Luang Phor Opasi Temple, Thung Khru District, Bangkok, Thailand
  191. Wat Phutthabucha Temple, Thung Khru District, Bangkok, Thailand
  192. Wat Hua Krabeu Temple, Bang Khun Thian District, Bangkok, Thailand
  193. Wat Pracha Bamrung Temple, Bang Khun Thian District, Bangkok, Thailand
  194. Wat Pateep Pleepol Temple, Bang Khun Thian District, Bangkok, Thailand
  195. Wat Bot Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  196. Wat Khuha Sawan Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  197. Wat Thong Sala Ngam Temple, Pasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  198. Wat Yang Bang Chak Temple, Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand
  199. Wat Pikul Ngoen Temple, Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand

 

Special thanks to Sa-Ti Amulets Showroom and Wat Duang Khae for information
Special thanks to Sa-Ti Amulets Showroom and Wat Duang Khae for the information

 

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