is a HTF
LP Chong baked
clay NangPhaya Phim Yai, Lang Riab, B.E.2500. The NangPhaya has nice and
complete facial organs.
The NangPhaya's extension names:
Phim Yai = big
Lang Riab = flat-back; Lang = back, Riab = flat
The NangPhaya has complete facial organs - the nose, eyes, and mouth
of Buddha image are sharp and clearly seen.
NangPhaya literally means an EMPRESS, but in Thai amuletology
it practically has masculine implication for grand appearance on
victory, powerful, grand elegant, and charismatic etc - just like an
characteristics: any amulet of triangle shape with a sitting
Buddha on the frontside, the right hand of the Buddha image putting on the knee while the
left hand putting on the lap.
The baked-clay NangPhaya was
mixed with ground old baked-clay amulets (damaged pieces) from two old Ayuthayan important temples viz
Wat Trakai and Wat BangKating.
The LP Chong NangPhaya has high efficacies and properties on Metta, KlaewKlaad and
LP Chong has been
highly respected as a top great monk master of the country. He attained ultra Dhamma
and finished Buddhistic incantations, and widely
admired as a monk master of great mercy - even LP Parn of Wat BangNomkho
called him "a golden monk".
LP Chong and LP Parn are
close friends of each other, they have same great teachers-- LP Paan of
Wat Pikul and LP Soon of Wat BangPlamoh.
LP Chong finished highest Dhamma of PatiSamphithaYarn, so he could
shorten a long distance and reach any destination at a short time.
LP Chong made and blessed amulets of many kinds, such as mini statues,
baked-clay amulets, holy powder amulets, Takrut, Sua Yant, Phayant, and
Rians of various types; all have been proved by people and soldiers
in WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War for their high efficacies and
properties on Metta, KlaewKlaad, KongkraphanChatri.
LP Chong passed away at the age of 93 on Makha Boocha day of Feb 17,
B.E. 2508, which hinted us his extremely great monkhood status.
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