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PREAB5223 : Great Auspicious Copper Phra Kring - Phra Chaiwat King Taksin (2 items), 250th anniversary of Thonburi batch (Wat Arun, Bangkok)
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Size about 2 x 3.8 cm
1 x 1.5 cm


**Dear customers: This Pre-Order is closed on Friday 25 May 2018. Shipment is around Friday 15 June 2018 or as soon as Pre-Order items have arrived.

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Name: Phra Kring - Phra Chaiwat King Taksin (2 items) **with authentication code and number

“The amulets are named after King Taksin the ruler of Thonburi Kingdom & who freed Siam from the second loss to Burma.”

From: Wat Arun, Bangkok

Origin: Thailand

Batch: 250th anniversary of Thonburi Kingdom

Year: 2561 B.E. (2018 C.E.)

Material: copper

Size: about 2 x 3.8 cm, 1 x 1.5 cm

Amount: created only 5,999 pieces

Information: Phra Kring and Phra Chaiwat are famous Buddha amulets in Thailand. They are usually made together with similar appearance, but Phra Chaiwat is smaller.

Phra Kring is a famous Buddha amulet in Thailand. Thai people believe Phra Kring can make the wishes of the wisher come true, bring wealth, good luck, prosperity, happiness and safety to the worshiper and also make the worshiper recover from illness or diseases. One feature of Phra Kring is to have a metal bead inside that will have a sound when being shaken where the word “Kring” comes from.

Phra Chaiwat is an amulet of the King. Every king of Thailand has his own Phra Chaiwat. People believe to worship Phra Chaiwat will bring propitiousness, good luck, wealth, safety and success to life of the worshiper. Also, making a wish to Phra Chaiwat, your wish can come true.

Objective: to earn donations for building dharma pavilion at Arun Dharma Sathan (under the patriarch’s patronage), Chaiyaphum Province

Ceremony: There was grand ceremony for this batch on Vesak Day, 29 May 2018 at Wat Arun, Bangkok that Her Royal Highness Saralee Kittiyakorn as the president of the ceremony and 20 monks chant Chai Mongkol Katha. Guru monks on that day such as:
- Jow Phra Khun Phutthajarn, Wat Trimit, Bangkok
- LP Mahasurasak, Wat Pradu, Samut Songkhram Province
- LP Somchai, Wat Pariwas, Bangkok

About Temple:
Wat Arun (temple of dawn) is the important temple in Bangkok by Chao Phraya River. It is known around the world as the beautiful temple reflecting Thai culture. There is splendorous architecture. A lot of tourists come to see every day. Wat Arun is more than 200 years old.
Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun (other names: Wat Jaeng, Temple of Dawn) is located on the Thonburi district west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple derives its name from the Hindu god Aruna, often personified as the radiations of the rising sun. Wat Arun is among the best known of Thailand's landmarks and the first light of the morning reflects off the surface of the temple with pearly iridescence. Although the temple had existed since at least the seventeenth century, its distinctive prang (spires) were built in the early nineteenth century during the reign of KingRama II.
The main feature of Wat Arun is its central prang (Khmer-style tower) which is encrusted with colourful porcelain. This is interpreted as a stupa-like pagoda encrusted with coloured faience. The prang are decorated by seashells and bits of porcelain which had previously been used as ballast by boats coming to Bangkok from China. The presiding Buddha image, cast in the reign of Rama II, is said to have been moulded by the king himself. The ashes of King Rama II are interred in the base of the image.
The construction of the tall prang and four smaller ones was started by King Rama II during 1809-1824 and completed by King Rama III (1824–1851). The towers are supported by rows of demons and monkeys. Very steep and narrow steps lead to a balcony high on the central tower.

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