Luang Phor Sai
Wat NamWiJit Takien Ram
Luang Phor Sai’s family name was Boottakien
Luang Phor Sai came from a family of farmers. Although poor, he was always kind and helpful, never refusing to offer aid whenever it was needed, and sharing whatever he could afford with others. Luang Phor Sai had been interested in Buddhism from a young age, and when he turned 17, he requested permission from his parents to be ordained as a monk.
Luang Phor Sai remained a Sammanen
After picking up an array of skills from various masters, Luang Phor Sai ventured alone in the jungles of Cambodia to hone his skills through Tudong. Tudong practice is always dangerous, fraught with an onslaught of ghosts and demons who challenged Luang Phor Sai, but he always emerged victoriously. Luang Phor Sai practised in the jungle for a long time, and that was where he met Lersi, Chee Pakhao
After many years of Tudong travels, Luang Phor Sai had returned to his hometown at Takien Ram where he has resided at Wat Namwijit till present day.
Note: These amulets are for illustrative purposes only and not made by Luang Phor Sai