Pra Kring is one of the most limited and collectible amulets which increase in worth and rarity as the years pass. There really never is a Pra kring edition that is not popular, the sacredness of the image dates back to over 1000 years ago when Chinese artesans made this form of Buddha amulets with a 'Kring' inside the base (relic which rattles).
This amulet was blessed by Luang Por kasem and Pra Sangkaracha together. They sat together and meditated and empowered the amulets.
This is a miniature Pra Gring amulet made by Hlwong Por Kasem of Lanna Tradition (Lanna is the Northen tradition of Thai Buddhism and is highly renowned for its magic monks, LP kasem is one of Thailands most highly revered master monks, and is classed as both Ariya Sangha and a Gaeji Ajarn).This amulet was made and blessed in 2533
The amulet has Yor Sor Sor status (YSS- Yor Sor Sor means that the amulet is officially condoned by the royal temple and Somdej Pra Sangkharach, the highest monk of the realm, and royal envoy of Buddhism. The Puttapisek ceremony was preceded by LP Kasem and Somdej Pra Sangkharacha meditating and empowering the amulets together.
A good choice for ladies who revere the pra gring (sometimes called 'pra kring'), and/or are devotees of LP Kasem. This is a very small amulet and is very fitting for women to wear. The base of the amulet has a 'Gring' inserted into it, which rattles when you shake it.
Kata Bucha Pra Kring
Na Mo Pakawadto Paisachaiyakuru Waituraya Barapaayachaaya Dtathaakadtayaara Samayaga Samaputta Taaya Oma Paisechaiya Paisechaiya Samutra samutra Dtadtesawaaha
If you like, you can immerse the amulet in water if not in case when chanting, and use the water to spray on your forehead and clothes, or even things you wish to bless or if a salesperson, goods you wish to sell, this is an alternative to wearing the amulet, but using chanting to get blessings from it by immersing it in water in a bowl. and using the holy water from the chanting session.