Preorder > No.1554: LP Saen ** Good Luck, Authority & Protection > PREAB6391
PREAB6391 : Lucky All Year! Satin Brass Tiger Face Medal (Rian Naa Suer) – Maha Amnard batch (LP Saen, Wat Ban Nong Jik, Sisaket Province) with Katha:
|**Dear customer: This Pre-Order is closed on Tuesday 5 February 2019 or earlier because temple may alter the closing date. Shipment is around 29 March 2019 or as soon as amulets are received. |
Temple postpones sending amulet to April 2019 that we can send around 25 April 2019 or as soon as amulet is received.
**This picture is a sample, so the real item may have a different color according to material and design.
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: Tiger Face Medal (Rian Naa Suer)
From: LP Saen, Wat Ban Nong Jik, Sisaket Province
Batch: Maha Amnard (great authority)
Year: B.E. 2562 (C.E. 2019)
Material: satin brass
Size: width 3.8 x height 3.5 cm
Amount: made 399 pieces.
Purpose of Making: help to build the sermon hall at Wat Ban Nong Jik.
Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Saen on the auspicious occasion.
Power: TIGER signifies good luck, authority and protection. Carry this amulet to have a smooth and happy year and to ensure that all things move smoothly through the twelve months.
About Guru Monk:
This is Luangpu Saen, a highly revered guru monk who is an abbot of Wat Ban NongJik, Sisaket province. LP Saen was born on Thursday 10 September 2451 (1908 C.E.) in Sisaket province. In childhood, he was a temple boy at Wat Ban Phong where his elder brother was an abbot before getting ordained as a novice. During a novice, LP Saen received educational knowledge from LP Moom (LuangphoMoom, WatPraSatYerNuea, Sisaket province) who was a famous guru monk in those days. Not only education, LP Saen also studied mantras in Khmer and Pali with LP Moom until he was good at them. At age 21, LP Saen became a monk fully and continued studying with LP Moom and at age 24, resigned to help parents work for a living. As a layman, LP Saen did not leave interest in religion. He persuaded his friends to study more mantras in Cambodia where he met many gurus who sharpened his knowledge. After that, LP Saen got ordained again. After ordination, LP Saen dedicated himself to dharma and meditation. He went on a pilgrimage in the woods and mountains around Sisaket province. LP Saen used to stay at several temples before people invited him to be an abbot at Wat Ban NongJik when he was 97. Although LP Saen gets older, he does a monk routine every day as usual and always has a merciful smile to visitors.
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