Pra Rod Nuea Lek Nam Pi Sang Pratu Khoeng Edition 2553 BE Kroo Ba Bunsong Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai
Pra Rod Tan Jai Benjapakee style Sacred image of the Luang Por Tan Jai Buddha, in Nuea Lek Nam Pi Lek Lai Related Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Substance, forged with alchemichal metallurgy, from the now very rare 2553 BE temple entrance arch building fund Edition, by Kroo Ba Bunsong, of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, in Lampang.
Praying to Luang Por Tan Jai Buddha, is believed to bring success in one's endeavours and great prosperity. The amulet is a perfect and recommendable amulet for Ladies or for Children and is Pure Buddhist Blessings with no Sorcery or Black Magic influence, and is therefore a very auspicious amulet for Buddhists, and a very Powerful Protector for those with Faith in the Buddha, and 5 Precepts.
The Pra Rod, is a Miniature Buddha Image known for Klaew Klaad and Kong Grapan safety (the word 'Rord', means to pass safely through). The word 'Rod' (pronounced ('Rord'), has an inflected meaning given to it from the miraculous events experienced by so many devotees who wore the famous Pra Rod Benjapakee amulet, and survived both the malady of poverty, turning it into riches and also to survive deadly accidents and attacks; The word 'Rod' means 'to Survive', and hence is given to this amulet because of its ability to protect and bring prosperity.
The Pra Jao Tan Jai Buddha statue of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, is one of the most sacred historical Buddha Images in Thailand, renowned for its power to grant fulfillment of wishes, and bring great prosperity.
The Pra Rod Tan Jai amulets, were made for distribution after the Putta Pisek ceremony of the 'Sang Pratu Khoeng' edition, in the year 2553 BE, celebrating the installation of the Pratu Khoeng Gate.
Luang Por Tan Jai
The ancient Luang Por Tan Jai Buddha Image, was miraculously, cast in a single day and installed, which is perhaps the most problem-free and successful rapid casting and installation of any Buddha Image, which reflects the power of success which is instilled within the image.
The sacred statue of Luang Por Tan Jai was empowered and awoken using a different Wicha to other images during its creation, with a special Hua Jai Pra Jao Buddha-Heart inserted into the chest of the interior of the Buddha, which has been blessed and awoken during the opening of the eyes of the Buddha Ceremony (Buddha Abhiseka) during its installation.
Above; images from the Putta Pisek Blessing Ceremony
The amulets were blessed in a major Buddha Abhiseka/Deva Abhiseka at Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai after a 3 month Traimas blessing, in 2553 BE, with a number of important and highly adept masters present to assist in the empowerment with Pra Kroo Buddha Dhamma Sopit (Kroo Ba Bunsong), Abbot of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, in Lampang, to preside over the Ceremony.
The amulet is empowered with multiple blessings, especially for protection survival and evasion of deadly accidents, and removing the brunt of bad Karma, Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Influence, Maha Amnaj Command and Dominion, Status and Power, and Maha Pokasap Wealthy Fortunes. Being forged from Lek Nam Pi, it is also believed to be imbued with the powers attributed to Leklai