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Preorder > No.2688: Wealth Lucky Random* Rian Phra Nak Prok (Naga Buddha) with Tao Wet Suwan > PREAC4297
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PREAC4297 : Wealth Lucky Random* Rian Phra Nak Prok (Naga Buddha) with Tao Wet Suwan (LP Ngoen, Wat Ban Aor, Nakhon Ratchasima Province)
with Katha: Buddha_NakProk
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**Pre-order Closure Date: 19 Sep. 2023
**Estimated Time Temple Begins Delivery to Us: -

**For pre-order items, customers please are sure to order because after booking, we cannot cancel and get refund from temple. Thank you so much for your understanding.

**Note: This picture is an example. The real item may be different according to material, design and color.

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Name: Lucky Random* Rian Phra Nak Prok (Naga Buddha) with Tao Wet Suwan

Lucky Random is the term for an amulet picked by temple like lucky draw. You will get one from the list below by your luck.

(Note: The Lucky Pack amulet will be sealed confidentially for individual. We will not open unless we receive permission from customer or in case of encasing. For your kindly acknowledge.)

1. silver with gold imprint (made for 1 pc)
2. satin silver with enameled robe (made for 1 pc)
3. enameled Nawaloha (9 metals) with silver imprint and enameled robe (made for 1 pc)
4. Nawaloha (9 metals) with enameled robe (made for 1 pc)
5. enameled iridescent Maha Chanuan with silver imprint and enameled robe (made for 1 pc)
6. iridescent Maha Chanuan with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
7. alpaca with 3 colors (made for 1 pc)
8. alpaca with red (front-back) (made for 1 pc)
9. alpaca with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
10. satin alpaca with satin brass imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
11. satin alpaca with satin copper imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
12. satin alpaca (made for 3 pcs)
13.enameled brass (front-back) (made for 1 pc)
14. brass with 4 colors (made for 1 pc)
15. brass with 3 colors (made for 1 pc)
16. brass with satin copper imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
17. brass with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
18. satin brass with satin alpaca imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
19. satin brass with satin copper imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
20. satin brass with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
21. satin copper with satin alpaca imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
22. satin copper with satin brass imprint and enameled robe (made for 2 pcs)
23. satin copper with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
24. classic blackened copper with brass imprint (made for 3 pcs)
25. classic blackened copper with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
26. classic copper with brass imprint and enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
27. classic copper with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
28. burnt copper with silver imprint and enameled robe (made for 1 pc)
29. burnt copper with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
30. partially polished sandblasted gold-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
31. partially polished sandblasted silver-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
32. partially polished sandblasted pinchbeck-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
33. enameled gold-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
34. enameled silver-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
35. enameled pinchbeck-plated metal (made for 2 pcs)
36. black Samkasat (made for 1 pc)
37. black Songkasat (made for 1 pc)
38. black gold (made for 2 pcs)
39. black silver (made for 2 pcs)
40. black pinchbeck (made for 2 pcs)
41. Samkasat design 1 (made for 1 pc)
42. Samkasat design 2 (made for 1 pc)
43. Samkasat design 3 (made for 1 pc)
44. Songkasat design 1 (made for 1 pc)
45. Songkasat design 2 (made for 1 pc)
46. Songkasat design 3 (made for 1 pc)
47. Songkasat design 4 (made for 1 pc)
48. Songkasat design 5 (made for 1 pc)
49. Songkasat design 6 (made for 1 pc)
50. titanium with gold imprint (made for 2 pcs)
51. titanium (made for 2 pcs)
52. classic Maha Chanuan with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
53. Sattaloha (7 metals) with enameled robe (made for 3 pcs)
54. enameled Sattaloha (7 metals) (made for 2 pcs)
55. lead with Takrut (made for 1 pc)

From: LP Ngoen, Wat Ban Aor, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

Origin: Thailand

Year: 2566 B.E. (2023 C.E.)

Batch: Roon Pok Pak Raksa (Pok Pak Raksa means “secure”.)

Purpose of Making: to earn donations to build the new uposatha at Wat Ban Aor

Ceremony: blessed by LP Ngoen on an auspicious date

Power: Phra Nak Prok (also Pang Nak Prok) is name of the Buddha image under the covering by Naga. This image derived when Buddha was in practice of being enlightened. Buddha sat under the big Bodhi tree (Srimahapho) and kept doing meditation. One day, it rained 7 days and 7 nights and Phaya Mujarin (king of great snakes) saw and was afraid that Buddha would get wet, so he covered Buddha with himself like an umbrella. In fact, Phaya Mujarin had faith in Buddha. When it stopped raining, Phaya Mujarin transformed himself into a human and paid respect to Buddha.

Phra Nak Prok has powerful power in protection against harm, dangers and bad things, bringing peacefulness and turning bad destiny to good. In fact, Phra NakProk is a Buddha image of people born on Saturday. It is propitious for people on this day to worship Phra Nak Prok in order to enhance their life and fortune. However, worshiping Phra NakProk is also good for people in other days.

Feature: Tao Wet Suwan or may be written as Tao Wet Suwan is the controller of all spirits in human world and underworld to be in order. That is to say, he is also the protector and caretaker of the human world. Residing in the Heavenly Fourth Maharajika ruled by four great kings: Thao Dattarattha, Virunhaka, and Virupakkha and Tao Wet Suwan (Tao Kuware) in various directions. All four directions, especially Tao Wet Suwan (Tao Kuvere) is the great ruler of the family in the north. It is said that the territory where Tao Wet Suwan is responsible for has a more enormous, spacious territory than others’.

Another form of him is a deity who brings good fortune to all human beings, known as Phra Dhanabadee (the Chinese Tao Kuvera or Cai Ching Ye) all along with a lot of fortune as well.

Tao Wet Suwan is a god of treasure or god of wealth. In the book of Thephoom, it says that Tao Wet Suwan has practiced preserverence for thousands of years, receiving blessings from Shiva and Brahma to be a god of wealth and protector of Buddha including those who pracetice dharmas and meditation. Thai people put Tao Wet Suwan image in their houses or near their young children's beds to prevent bad spirits.

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