Somdej Klang Klong Koi Pim 7 Chan

Pra Somdej 7 Chan Klang Klong Koi

Somdej Klang Klong Koi Pim 7 Chan

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Pra Buddhachan Toh
Wat Klang Klong Koi
BE 2377
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PRA SOMDEJ PIM 7 CHAN, KRU WAT KLANG KLONG KHOI - SOMDEJ TOH

INCLUDES FULL CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

Introduction

If you are looking for a genuine Pra Somdej amulet blessed by Somdej Phra Buddhachan Toh Brahmarangsi , then this pim is a perfect choice both in terms of beauty and price and without doubt one of the the most auspicious. If you behave well with morality and virtue the power of Pra Somdej will be in your heart and protect you from dangers, bring both physical and mental happiness forever.

This stunning example was obtained directly from the temple committee and guaranteed 100% authentic with original lacquer and gold foil. Many Thai dealers are now selling this pim in excess of a few thousand dollars and prices will increase substantially over the years as the monopolistic practice of the amulet societies declines.

Background

In 1832, at the end of the reign of King Rama III, Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Brahmarangsi traveled by boat to practice meditation at Wat Klang Khlong Khoi where he stayed for many years. The temple is situated adjacent to the Mae Klong River.

This was confirmed by the Abbot of Wat Rakhang who also told Phrakhru Sangkha Rak Suthep. Suthewo, the abbot of the central temple that Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Brahmarangsi went to rest and practice Vipassana meditation at Wat Klang Klong Khoi.

History also tells that Somdej Toh built a 13M high Buddha image in the posture of holding an alms bowl which faces the river for the deities and humans to pay homage. In fact wherever Somdej Toh stayed for any period he would often build  a big Buddha statue. Other examples include: 

In 1832, at the end of the reign of King Rama III, Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Brahmarangsi traveled by boat to practice meditation at Wat Klang Khlong Khoi where he stayed for many years. The temple is situated adjacent to the Mae Klong River.

This was confirmed by the Abbot of Wat Rakhang who also told Phrakhru Sangkha Rak Suthep. Suthewo, the abbot of the central temple that Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Brahmarangsi went to rest and practice Vipassana meditation at Wat Klang Klong Khoi.

History also tells that Somdej Toh built a 13M high Buddha image in the posture of holding an alms bowl which faces the river for the deities and humans to pay homage. In fact wherever Somdej Toh stayed for any period he would often build  a big Buddha statue. Other examples include: 

Wat Klang Khlong Khoi

1. The Buddha image at Wat Klang, Khlong Khoi Subdistrict, Photharam District, Ratchaburi Province, standing Buddha image in the posture of holding a bowl. Made of bricks and mortar, 6 meters high, later became a monastery. and is the last temple (built in 1832)

2. Sitting Buddha image at Wat Phit Pian (Wat Kudi Thong), Phra Nakhon Province It is a brick and cement Buddha image in the attitude of subduing Mara, lap width 4 wa 3 cubits (built around the year 1850).

3. Built a large Buddha image, height 11 wa 1 cubit 7 inches, seated in brick and mortar. Buddha image in meditation posture Chaiyo Worawihan Temple, Chaiyo Subdistrict, Chaiyo District, Ang Thong Province (built around 1857)

4. Statues representing Yom-ta and Yom-mae, built 2 cubicles, located on the south side of Wat Intharawihan, made of bricks and mortar, tiled roof, the same size, 1 wa wide, half wa long, representing Yomta in the form of a monk sitting cross-legged, lap width 24 inches. in the back left Instead of Mother Yom, it is a statue of a monk sitting cross-legged, lap width 23 inches, enshrined in a cubicle on the right back (built around 1866).

5. Phra Sri Ariyamettri (Luang Por To) Wat Intharawihan. at Bang Khun Phrom Subdistrict Bangkok It is a standing Buddha image holding an alms bowl, height 16 vats. Chao Prakun Somdet built about 9 vats before he died. Later, Luang Pu Daeng had additional construction until it was completed (built in 1867).

6. Big reclining Buddha image at Wat Satue, Tha Luang Subdistrict, Tha Ruea District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province. It is a reclining Buddha image made of bricks and cement, the Buddha image is 1 line long, 6 wa, 8 wa high, 1 line 10 wa long base, 4 wa 2 cubits wide (built in 1870).

7. The sleeping chedi at Wat Lakham at Ban Chang Lo Bangkok Noi District, Thon Buri side, are two reclining chedi facing each other. About 2 cubits apart, currently very dilapidated. The southern body has long been demolished. The northern body was almost out of shape. Due to being excavated by people searching for the Phra Somdet kru/dungeon (built in 1871),

Wat Klang Khlong Khoi

There have been three occassions where repairs have resulted in the discovery of amulets. The first time in 1947, amulets were discovered behind the big Buddha image, the second time in 1957, at the root of the old Bodhi tree where it is believed that Somdej Toh would practice vipassana meditation and the third time in 1973 when amulets were inside the temple.

These pims in recent years have gained a lot of popularity amongst collectors and have been permitted entry into many amulet contests both in the local area and outside 

During the restoration of the Ubosot and the standing Buddha image holding the alms bowl, a hoard of amulets were found.

It is a known fact that Somdej Toh amulets have been deposited in many sacred kru including  Pra Somdej Wat Intharawihan, Pra Somdej of Wat Chaiyoworawihan Prra Somdet Takua wrapped in tea at the drama temple, Pra Somdej Wat Klang Khlong Khoi, Pra Somdej Wat Kudithong, Pra Somdej Wat Satue, Pra Somdej Bang Khun Phrom (Wat Mai Amorot)

This does not include the many other temples that have asked for his magic powders to build amulets, such as Phra Somdej Wat Phra Kaew Phra Somdej Wat Plub Phra Somdet Pilan, etc. It is only the amulet socities that refrain from recognising the authenticity to retain their commercial stranglehold on the market and keep prices artificially high.

Smart collectors realise that Somdej Toh amulets are accessible to all that want to worship and need not cost a fortune

Book Wat Klang Klong Koi

Recently Published

Ajarn Au Phetcharat who has collected various amulets from Wat Klang Klang Khoi recently published a new book to bring these pims to the attention of the general public.

He stated that both  Thais and foreigners are very interested in these amulets because of the beauty and tangible pricing.

The purpose of the book is not only to introduce the amulets but to present all the data and evidence. 

The book”Phra Somdet Kru Wat Klang Khlong Khoi” details the full history and the connection of Somdej Phra Buddhachan To Promrangsi to Wat Klang Khlong Khoi. It also includes all the research from the local villagers and monks of the Khlong Khoi area with examples of the amulets kept by them and their descendants. It is clearly shown that the prints and composition  are identical to Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang.

References

1. Biography of Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To) Phromrangsi from the record of the great Triphraya Thiphakosa (Son Lohanan) in the year 1930.
2. History of Chao Prakun Somdej by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn “About the establishment of the Grand Master in Rattanakosin”, 1923
3. Biography of Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To) Author: Phrakhru Kalayananukul Compiled and compiled for publication: Printed as a memorial at the funeral ceremony of Mr. Lom Fak-Udom and Mrs. Phimsen Fak-Udom. Publication year: 1969 Phra Maha Heng. Wat Kalayanamit
4. “Somdet To” book by Chalam Chotchuang, Manat Yokhan, 1991.
5. Phra Somdet book. by Triampawai year 1952
6. Commemorative book for Songkran Festival Chonburi year 1964 titled “Somdej Phra Buddha Chao Luang Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To)” by Atuk Sawatdi Mongkol
7. Biography and Miracles of Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To Phromasi) Book “80 Years in Bangkok Noi District” 15 October 1995
8. Biography of Somdej Phra Phutthachan (Toh) Grandfather (To) Promrangsi from Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia
9. Biography of Somdej Phra Buddhachan (To) Phromrangsi by Luang Por Charan Thittammo,
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The majority of  the Pra Somdej blessed by Somdej Toh were at Wat Rakhang. But there are endless arguments that Pra Somdej Wat Rakhang does not contain a dungeon and that there were only 5 prints created, that is if you subscribe to the doctrine of the main amulet societies. But the real facts according to current research and history suggest otherwise, indeed he created many hundreds of prints,

Print forms are divided into 4 types as follows:

1. Prints prepared as templates by royal technicians. (Chang Ten Mu) from the carved template by Prince Issarapong. Luang Wichit Naruemon (Phung Chitpatimakorn, the first surname of Chitpatimakorn) Luang Wicharnjeannai and the royal artisans from the ten-mu Chang family It is a Buddhist art that is beautiful. And has been recognized as a Type Top 5 printed on the assumption that print these sheep offer you a pastor and
2. Type the prepared templates to meet the needs of Somdej Toh (Toronto) prom most radiation. It was the handiwork of Nai Thes, who was his grandson He is an amulet engraver, Nai Thong, who installs the glass in front of the chapel in Ang Thong. including disciples and close ones
2.1 Prints with meaning in Buddhism Stories of the Buddha’s history and events such as the 3, 6 and 7 tier Somdej Ketchaiyo print, Songchat print, Garuda print, Rakang Krob print. sleeping pagoda print Type a canoe for hire. Portrait printing, etc.
2.2 The wheel type from the amulet that is popular in that era. And built in a way like prints queen type powder gold printing kiosks Gore print the survival type field millionaire print magpie print the threshing print lotus petal print triangle print fingernails, etc.
3. Print a prepared template by technicians in the currency’s ten categories. of Ban Chang Lo Subdistrict Bangkok Noi District Thonburi province, namely Mr. Jerm Wong Chang Lor, carved out a template made of metal, pressed, stamped, and then cut the edges into a popular print after the form of Phra Somdet Takua wrapped tea at Wat Lak. Packing the ceiling of the ubosot and the Viharn, Wat Lakorn Tam, etc.
4. Prints made as templates by local craftsmen, both Thais and foreigners, especially Chinese, etc., are mostly carved according to imagination. and the craftsmanship of each therefore, the prints are different. Not very beautiful, looks different from the popular print. Many of these prints are assumed to have been carved by villagers to offer since the beginning of the Buddha image until his death.
textbook search and the writings of many knowledgeable people have said that Khun Luang Wichan Jearanai He is the one who plays an important role in giving opinions on the process of creating Phra Somdej to be durable and beautiful by increasing the adhesion material. and was the one who carved the Phra Somdet offering which is said to be no less beautiful as well.

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Somdej Toh

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Wat Klang Kong Koi

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