Jao Sua Nirandtarai Edition Amulets 2555 BE

The Jao Sua Nirandtarai Edition are a special series of limited edition amulets in various sacred metals ranging from tong daeng tuean (copper), ancient temple bell brass (tong rakang boran), samrit (bronze), rae saming dam (black kaya siddhi lek lai related metal), nava loha (9 sacred metals), nuea chin boran (ancient lead and silver mixture), maekasit (alchemical magical metal alloy with bluebottle green and purple blue streaks running through it, made according to ancient alchemical formulas for magical metals), 'nuea ngern boran long ya hnaa hlang' (solid silver with Ya Rachawadee enamel color glaze on front and partially on the back face of amulet.

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Thailand Amulets Jao Sua Nirandtarai edition

The Jao Sua Nirandtarai Amulet edition from Pra Ajarn Daeng Opaso, Wat Rai, Pattani is a Classic and highly awaited edition of high quality sacred metal amulets in the form of the Eternal Classic lotus petal arch with central Buddha, or Monk image, known as the 'Jao Sua Maha Sethee'.

This edition features the image of Pra Ajarn Daeng Opaso, sitting in the lotus posture, upon a double layered Lotus Petal Throne (known as 'Thaan Bua Koo' in Thai). The arch is also composed of Lotus Petals, with an elephants head either side. The rear face has a Sacred Unalome at the top of the arch, with the Ancient Khom (Khmer-Thai) Agkhara “Puttang Arahang Na Chaa Lee Dti” The examples in the photos contained within this documentation, are from a limited edition Gammagarn set and has code number and Gammagarn stamp.

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The amulets received three separate ceremonies before their final release including the Piti Tae Hlor Nam Rerk Metals Casting Ceremony, and two Putta Pisek (Buddha Abhiseka) Blessings.

We offer Gammagarn numbered limited edition amulets in various sacred metals ranging from tong daeng tuean (copper), ancient temple bell brass (tong rakang boran), samrit daecha (bronze), rae saming dam (black kaya siddhi lek lai related metal), nava loha (9 sacred metals), nuea chin boran (ancient lead and silver mixture), maekasit (alchemical magical metal alloy with bluebottle green and purple blue streaks running through it, made according to ancient alchemical formulas for magical metals), 'nuea ngern boran long ya hnaa hlang' (solid silver with Ya Rachawadee enamel color glaze on front and partially on the back face of amulet.

Nuea Tong Daeng Thuean - Sacred Copper Alloy

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Nuea Tong Rakang Boran – Sacred Ancient Temple Bell Brass

Temple Bell Brass Jao Sua Coin Amulet by LP Daeng Opaso of Wat Rai Bang Dtawa

rear face of Temple Bell Brass Jao Sua Coin Amulet by LP Daeng Opaso of Wat Rai Bang Dtawa

Nuea Chin Ngern Pra Boran - Ancient Leaden Buddha Images smelted into Alchemical Alloy

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Nuea Samrit Daecha – Sacred Bronze with Flamed Surface

Nuea Samrit Decha Flamed Bronze Jao Sua amulet Thai Buddhist Amulets

Nuea Rae Saming Dam- Lek Lai related Black Colored Sacred Alloy

nuea rae saming dam Jao Sua amulet front face nuea rae saming dam Jao Sua amulet back face

Nuea Maekasit - Purely Alchemical Metals made using Ancient Formulas of Magical Alchemy

Nuea Nava Loha Gae Prai Ngern – Nine Sacred Metals with Green Silver Nuea

Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachaweaedee Sorng Hnaa - Solid Silver with Enamel Glaze

Also, solid silver and solid gold versions were made only as many as were ordered before the making of the amulets, thus not available afterwards. All our versions of this amulet are numbered limited edition Gammagarn amulets, not general release ones without special code number stamp. This ensures the continued increase in value of the amulet both in a monetary sense, as well as for competition winning.

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Rian Jaek Tan Bucha Kun Por Kun Mae Sorng Hnaa - 2 sided Monk Coin

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The Jao Sua Nirandtarai edition also made a two faced lotus petal coin amulet, called 'Rian Jaek Tan Bucha Pra Kun Por Kun Mae (Revere your Mother and Father), which was smelted and cast as 'Nam Rerk' edition with the finest Sacred Metals and casting ceremony during the final Putta Pisek Empowerment Ritual. The coins were made in two different Sacred Metals; 'Nuea satang Sip Phaen Duang Chadtaa Jao Sua Ngern Boran Hgoo Nai Dtua', and in 'Te Din Thai' (with Thai earth Attached). The coin features Luang Por Tuad on one side anmd Pra Ajarn Daeng on the other side.

Paya Krut Tibet -Hmeun Larn Riak Sap Rap Choke - Jao Sua Nirandtarai Edition

The Jao Sua Nirandtarai Edition also included a range of Tibetan style Garuda Loi Ongk Statuette amulets in various Sacred Metals.

Nuea Tong Chanuan Krut Tibet Boran – Ancient Tibetan Garuda statue smelted into Alchemical Alloy

Thai Buddhist Garuda Amulets by Pra Ajarn Daeng - Tibetan style Garuda

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Nuea Samrit Dam - Dark Bronze Sacred Artifact Alloy

Tibetan Garuda - Nuea Samrit Decha