PDMAB7475 : Good Luck Fortunate & Happiness Phra Phuttha Metteyya Buddha Statue (LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Phra Phuttha Metteyya Buddha Statue
Build: only 111 pcs.
From: LP Weera, Wat Homsil, Samut Prakan Province
Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)
Size: width 13.5 x height 21 cm
Material: brass with paint
Ceremony: LP Weera blessed this Buddha statue on the auspicious occasion.
**Real Sacredness: On Saturday 16 June 2018, Wat Homsil held a ceremony casting Ruay Statue together with Phraphutthametta (Metteyya Buddha) statue. On that day, it was raining, but wonderfully, when the time of casting, the rain stopped immediately.
Power: Buddha is supreme. His worship can bring us good life in every aspect and help when we are in difficult time to pass successfully.
Info: The name Maitreya is derived from the Sanskrit word maitri "loving-kindness", which is in turn derived from the noun mitra "friend". The Pali form Metteyya is mentioned in the Cakkavatti-S?hanada Sutta (Digha Nikaya 26) of the P?li Canon, and also in chapter 28 of the Buddhavamsa. Most of the Buddha's sermons are presented as having been presented in answer to a question, or in some other appropriate context, but this sutta has a beginning and ending in which the Buddha is talking to monks about something totally different. This leads scholar Richard Gombrich to conclude that either the whole sutta is apocryphal or that it has at least been tampered with.
In the Greco-Buddhist art of Gandhara, in the first centuries CE in northern India, Maitreya was the most popular figure to be represented along with Gautama Buddha (often called Sakyamuni "sage of the Shakya"). In 4th to 6th-century China, "Buddhist artisans used the names Shakyamuni and Maitreya interchangeably... indicating both that the distinction between the two had not yet been drawn and that their respective iconographies had not yet been firmly set". An example is the stone sculpture found in the Qingzhou cache dedicated to Maitreya in 529 CE as recorded in the inscription (currently in the Qingzhou Museum, Shandong). The religious belief of Maitreya apparently developed around the same time as that of Amitabha, as early as the 3rd century CE.
About Guru Monk:
LP Weera (Luangpho Weera) of Wat Homsil is a respectable guru monk in Samut Prakan province. He is kind to everyone, so he is respected by many people. Moreover, LP Weera is a disciple of LP Charn Wat Bang Bor who is a famous guru monk in Samut Prakan. LP Weera studied mantras with LP Charn including magic of tiger that LP Charn is very famous for, so magical ability of LP Weera is not common.
As for Wat Homsil, it is an old temple in Samut Prakan province. The Temple was once deserted, but at present it has LP Weera as an abbot.
LP Weera is often invited by disciples to bless at many places not only in Thailand but also foreign country for example Malaysia and Singapore. Moreover, he devotes himself to Buddhist benefits for example running a free yearly ordination project that 20-year-old men can get ordained without any fees. This is a good project in maintaining Buddhism for next generations.
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Notice: This stated price is already added the cost according to the license of sending a worshiping sculpture to foreign country, Department of Fine Arts, Thailand.
To send a worshiping sculpture of Buddha or Buddha’s Enlightened Disciple to foreign country, we have to deal with Department of Fine Arts, Thailand. There are the laws we must follow. This way, we have to pay fees. So, the price of a worshiping sculpture will be added with cost of management
1. a worshiping sculpture, small and medium added 20 $ per item
2. a worshiping sculpture, big (9 inches up) added 25 $ per item
Management cost consists of:
1. the permit and documents
2. photo of worshiping sculpture
3. transportation cost (from office to Department of Fine Arts)
The management from asking the permit until sending a sculpture takes 5-7 workdays.