Thursday, November 19, 2015

(code:5871) ~ Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat ~ Excellent Solid Silver Blue LongYar Phra Cinnaraj Rian (Pim Kamakan) & The Great King Naresuan BE 2555.

This is Beautiful and Excellent Solid Silver Blue LongYar Phra Chinaraj Rian (Pim Kamakan) & The Great King Naresuan, strongly blessed by Top Monks at Grand Ceremony in year BE2555 at Phra Cinnaraj Origin temple - Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat. Featured Superb Beautiful design of Phra Cinnaraj with Celestial Dragons image & Guardians of Arawakaya & Tao Wessuwan by side and with backward of 2 Celestial Deities image offering Golden Lotus Flowers to Phra Cinnaraj Buddha. This sacred Silver Phra Cinnaraj is made from sacred Solid Silver materials with Blue LongYar colour and added Golden sheet and mixed with melted Holy Yant Sheets materials. Featured the Great King Naresuan image at back side. This sacred Solid Silver Phra Cinnaraj is made 999pcs only. Additional with sacred Yant, (Kamakan Code), code and series number 97 at back. Special added sacred Yant hidden inside the Rian.
Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat is located at Phitsanulok province of 'City of two rivers'. Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat was venerated the most perfect and beautiful Phra Buddha statue all the time in Thailand. The Buddha statue is Phra Puttha Cinnaraj and is belief to have combined effort of the Divinity spirits with the best statues in Thailand.
Thai Amulets Code: 5871
Monk: Top Monks Blessed at Grand Ceremony.
Temple: Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat.
Special: This is Beautiful and Excellent Solid Silver Blue LongYar Phra Chinaraj Rian (Pim Kamakan) & The Great King Naresuan (Height 4cm) strongly blessed by Top Monks at Grand Ceremony in year BE2555 at Phra Cinnaraj Origin temple - Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat. Featured Superb Beautiful design of Phra Cinnaraj with Celestial Dragons image & Guardians of Arawakaya & Tao Wessuwan by side and with backward of 2 Celestial Deities image offering Golden Lotus Flowers to Phra Cinnaraj Buddha. This sacred Silver Phra Cinnaraj is made from sacred Solid Silver materials with Blue LongYar colour and added Golden sheet and mixed with melted Holy Yant Sheets materials. Featured the Great King Naresuan image at back side. This sacred Solid Silver Phra Cinnaraj is made 999pcs only. Additional with sacred Yant, (Kamakan Code), code and series number 97 at back. Special added sacred Yant hidden inside the Rian. Supplied with temple box and Casing. Highly efficacious Phra Cinnaraj Kring by Wat Si Ratana Mahathat, the Origin temple of Phra Cinnaraj - Phitsanulok province. I highly recommend to you. 
The Great King Naresuan - Prince Naret (King Naresuan) was born in the city of Phitsanulok on the 25 April 1555. He was the son of King Maha Thammarachathirat of Phitsanulok and his queen Wisutkasat. His mother was a daughter of Maha Chakkrapat and Queen Sri Suriyothai. His father was a Sukhothai noble, who had defeated Vorawongsathirat in 1548 and put Maha Chakkrapat on the throne. He was therefore an influential figure.
Prince Naret was also known as the Black Prince and his younger brother Ekathotsarot was known as the White Prince.
Later he was the King of the Ayutthaya kingdom from 1590 until his death in 1605. Naresuan was one of Siam's most revered monarchs as he was known for his campaigns to free Siam from Burmese rule. During his reign numerous wars were fought against Burma, and Siam reached its greatest territorial extent and influence.
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