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Before the Great Guru Luang Phor Niam of Wat Noi, Suphanburi, passed away in B.E.2453, he told Luang Phor Parn of Wat BangnomKho, ” my son, if I should die and you require additional knowledge in Dhamma or Visha, please take instruction from Luang Phor Nong, he will take my place.”
Luang Phor Nong himself passed away at the age of 68 in the year B.E.2477. The posture of his body at death was that of respect to Lord Buddha, a reclining attitude with both hands at chest level in prayer
His body remains un-decomposed, just as his teachers body Guru Luang Phor Niam.
LP Nong was both highly respected and revered. He was known for his great Dhamma and charitable works.
LP Nong respected a small Buddha statue in his Kuti. He would ask the Buddha image for advise on every important decision in his life. When he was a young monk, he had wished to construct a Buddha statue, but had some doubts how he may locate an artisan to sculpt the design.
It is said that he consulted with the Buddha image in his kutti, and was subsequently advised to travel to Ayuthaya, where he would meet an old man wearing a white robe. This was the artisan he was seeking.
As instructed he departed for Ayuthaya, whereupon he was to meet the man in white robes offering him food at the roadside. The old man said ‘’Guru, I have heard that you plan to construct a large Buddhist statue and you require a skilled artisan’’
The great monk nodded his head, to which the old man replied, ” I will accompany you to your temple and help to sculpt and cast the Buddha statue.” Three days later, the old man arrived at Wat Klong Madan.
The old man assisted the creation of a beautiful big Buddha statue. After completion he departed quietly, without a word. Luang Phor Nong had wanted to express his gratitude and indeed went searching for him, but no one had seen or knew him.
After returning to his Kuti, LP Nong consulted his small Buddha statue, his reply , ” No need to try and locate the old man because he is not an ordinary person, but a Deva.”
There was a Phra Borom Dhat (Buddha relic) which is said to have sprang out from the palate in his mouth. Once LP Parn asked him, ” Guru, it’s widely said that you have a Buddha relic in your mouth, is that true? ” LP Nong nodded his head with a little smile. LP Parn paid respect to the Guru.
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LP Nong (Klong Madan)
Wat Klong Madan, Wat Poht Si Charoen