PDMAD5438 : Protection Ancient Times Phra Kroo Kon Samor of Ayutthaya Era (Wang Na (The Front Palace), Bangkok ) with Katha:
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Name: Clay Phra Kon Samor of Ayutthaya Era
Kroo means a chamber in a temple or holy place. Kroo (also Phra Kroo) refers to old amulets especially aged more than 100 years.
From: Wang Na (The Front Palace), Bangkok
Powers: for protection against harm, dangers and misfortune
Size: 4 x 6.5 cm
Year: BE2100 (CE1557)
Size: 4.7 x 7.3 cm**not fit stainless steel and micron gold casing**
History of Phra Kon Samor:
Phra Kon Samor was originally found due to the renovation of the Front Palace or the National Museum. Bangkok at present and have found a large number of Phra Kon Samor, the staff therefore brought this kind of amulet to pile up at the base of the anchor Piphek tree in front of the museum due to the large number of monks, people who saw them called the monks by their names "Phra Kon Samor". Later, some people took them to worship because he saw the Buddha image in the posture of his daily life, he brought it according to his own birthday and the Department of Arts It is open for rent and worship. Until the amulet is finally gone later, another amulet of the same kind was found in various dungeons. in Bangkok and Ayutthaya As far as the art form looks, it is assumed to be the late Ayutthaya period and when starting to build Bangkok Then there has been a slowdown of Buddha images from various ancient sites. In Provinces where abandoned temples were placed in various monasteries in Bangkok, Buddha images from Ayutthaya were also brought into the city. Many of them are stationed in various temples in Bangkok. In addition to the Buddha images that were brought into the city, amulets found in Ayutthaya were also brought into various temples, and Phra Kon Samor was also imported to be packed in different places at that time too. But it is unfortunate. No one has recorded that all the monks were brought from any temple in Ayutthaya.
Phra Kon Samor has outstanding virtues in terms of invulnerability, great power and eternal danger. In the Ayutthaya period, when going to war, Phra Kon Samor would be tied around the neck to war horses and war elephants. When they collide, they will escape from the enemy's sharp spear Even Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak while returning from naval studies in new England He was interested in the sanctity of amulets and amulets. His Highness had the soldiers put their forwards to the test by firing with modern light guns in that era which appeared that the gun could not fire many shots Which the face of such caution is Phra Kon Samor itself, and in addition, during the Indochina War, Thai soldiers carried Phra Kon Samor with them as morale and has experience that is said to be The enemy can't do anything Thai soldiers. Can't shoot like a ghost soldier.
It is believed that Phra Kon Samor was brought from Ayutthaya. packed in a chedi or ubosot in a temple built in the early Rattanakosin period by containing it at the temples in Bangkok and its vicinities for example, on the ceiling of the Ubosot of Wat Bowon Sathan Sutthawat which in the past was a temple in the Royal Palace Department of the Bowon Maha Surasinghanat The Na Palace during the reign of King Rama I, later the Na Palace ceiling was restored, so many such finds were discovered and brought it under the base of the sorrel tree Until that is the origin of the name of the aforementioned monk "Phra Kon Samor" since that time.
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Amulets by Wang Na (The Front Palace), Bangkok
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