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Preorder > No.1560: Wat Ban Or **Rich Money & Safe from Spirits > PREAB6346
PREAB6346 : Rich Money & Safe from Spirits! Iridescent (phiw rung) Copper Tao Wet Su Wan – Sarng Hor Rakhang Medal (Wat Ban Or, Nakhon Ratchasima Province)
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**Dear customers: Temple will close Pre-Order on Tuesday 15 January 2019. Shipment is around Friday 22 February 2019 or as soon as amulets are received.

**This picture is a sample, so the real item may have a different color according to material and design.

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Name: Tao Wet Su Wan – Sarng Hor Rakhang Medal

From: Wat Ban Or, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

Origin: Thailand

1st Batch: Sarng Hor Rakhang (building the bell tower)

Year: B.E. 2562 (C.E.2019)

Material: iridescent (phiw rung) copper

Amount: made 999 pieces.

Purpose of Making: to earn donations for building the bell tower.

Ceremony: holy blessing by the abbot and monks in the Uposatha Hall, Wat Ban Or, Nakhon Ratchasima Province on the auspicious day.

TAO WET SU WAN is the governor of demons and bodyguard of Buddha. His image is usually seen in Buddhist temples. Not only the powerful guardian angel, Tao Wet Su Wan is also praised as ‘god of wealth’ due to meaning of his name “gold”. Worshiping Tao Wet Su Wan is believed to grant a pile of fortune and safety from bad spirits, black magic and bad things.

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