Pra Pid Ta Um Sap (Sangkajjai) - Nuea Tong Daeng Tuean - Wai Kroo Jatukam Ramatep '54 edition - Invocation Ceremony by Ajarn Apong Sagul Amorn
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Pra Pid Ta Um Sap Silapa Nakorn Boran, is fashioned using classic Nakorn Sri Tammarat periodic styling. This and all other Pim in the series were made in five different sacred metals;
Nuea Ngern (solid silver), Nuea Nava Loha (nine sacred metals), Nuea Samrit (Bronze), Nuea Tong Rakang (brass temple bell metal), and Nuea Tong Daeng Tuean. This amulet is in Nuea Tong Daeng Tuean. The Pra Pid Ta also represents the Sangkajjai Buddha, in the posture of entering Nirodha.
Made to celebrate, and empowered during the Wai Kroo Jatukam Ramatep ceremony at Ban Jatukam, Wat Suan Luang, Nakorn Sri Tammarat. The ceremony was celebrated on the auspicious date of 5th May 2554 BE, with the legendary Nai Apon Sagun Amorn, along with the Looksit of Jatukam ramatep proceeded on, to the San Hlak Mueang of Nakorn Sri Tammarat. This is where the Jatukam Ramatep deity is installed in the central Pillar. They made offerings and Bucha, after which, a two day ceremony of empowerment and blessings with many great masters of the Buddhist Sangha present.