This is a HTF, LP Kuay
baked-clay Sivali of early 2510s with nice and complete facial
organs --they are clearly seen.
The Sivali was mixed with LP Kuay's blessing holy powder and ground
fragments of antique amulets from historical sites in SanBuri,
Chainart--the same District where Wat Kositaram is located.
LP Kuay's Sivalis are so efficacious for drawing in Wealth and
Fortune, many say they are like big magnets for wealth & fortune
The frontside of the
Sivali's pilgrimage posture with his full gears viz umbrella tent,
rice bowl, monk bag, and stick.
Sivali is a main
major symbol of wealth, fortune and abundance. Sivali lived in
Buddha time and attained Arahantship. He was an important disciple
of Lord Buddha and praised by the Lord as the top of all monks for
In every place where Sivali passed by and reached, all
livings--humans and Devas--would gather to present him food and all
other needed things for monkhood living. Many times that Lord Buddha
made long-distant journeys to barren areas with a big group of
disciple monks, Lord Buddha would request Sivali to lead the monks'
lines to draw food to come.
LP Kuay made and
blessed so many amulets of various contents--holy powder, baked
clay, metals, carving items, MeedMohs, Phayants etc. LP Kuay made and blessed various types of Sivali amulets for people, mostly
are baked clay and black Bailan.
LP Kuay's Sivalis are
very famous for their efficacies & properties. Ladies or gentlemen
having good knowledge on LP Kuay's Sivalis popularly wear them on
While LP Kuay was still alive, he highly respected Sivali and
chanted Sivali Katha everyday to draw donors to come and donate
money for temple renovation. LP Kuay prepared Sivali Katha with
LP Kuay suggested people to
chant Sivali Katha by emphasizing that the Katha would bring wealth
and fortune. He stressed that whoever chants it everyday will sooner or later become a millionaire or
LP Kuay was a
disciple of LP Sri, Wat PhraPrang, Singhburi Province, and LP Doem
of Wat NongPho, Nakornsawan Province. LP Kuay's forefinger is so
powerful, a glass will be broken just as he is pointing to.
After an amulet
blessing ceremony at Wat Thathong, Suphanburi province, LP Toh, Wat
Pradoo Chimplee had pointed to LP Kuay and asked Mr. Thanong
Laokordee, " Who is that Guru monk ?"
" He is LP Kuay, from
Chainart," replied Mr. Thanong.
" His meditative ray
is so bright and powerful," said LP Toh.
LP Kuay ate only one
meal a day. In the later part of his life he ate so little, but his
face and body was still so bright. When he was ill in the early of
B.E. 2522, he used a blue-ink pen drawing a circle around a date on
the calendar--and a month later it's exactly the date that he passed
LP Kuay passed away
on April 12, B.E.2522 at the age of 74--after ordination for his
monkhood for 53 years.