Rian Sema Pra Putta Chinarat Ok Lao 2539 BE - Temple Bell Brass with Solid Silver Buddha inlaid - Anusorn 639 Pi (639th anniversary) - Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Taat (Pitsanuloke)

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Made as a Memorial edition to celebrate the 623rd anniversary of Thailands Historical and Miraculous Pra Putta Chinarat statue in Pitsanuloke. Suitable for both Men and Women. Released in 2539 BE. This is a Classic Sacred Buddhist Amulet of Esteem, an Essential Acquisition for those who worship the Chinarat Buddha.

This Sacred Buddhist Votive Coin Amulet, was released in the 2539 BE Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony at Wat Pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat Wora Wiharn in Pitsanuloke, home of Thailands Sacred Buddha Chinarat statue.

This is a Gammagarn collectors item released as a top range model, in sacred brass alloys, with a solid silver Chinarat Buddha inlaid on the front face. The amulet is beautifully honed with the finest craftsmanship and recieved a large Puttapisek Empowerment ceremony with many Masters of National Importance present for the empowerments.

The Chinarat Buddha is both a classic and eminent example of Thai Buddhist sculpture, as well as one of the 5 most Sacred Buddhas of National Importance in Thailand, whose image is known by people over the entire world. Its great beauty is unquestionable, and its miracle powers are legendary. Those who worship the Chinarat Buddha.

The rear face of the Rian Sema coin, features the Chedi Stupa of Buddha Relics at Wat pra Sri Radtana Maha Tat, within a rhombus shaped frame, which are surrounded by the Khom Sanskrit Kata 'Pu Ta Sang Mi'

The frame is made from Sacred Brazen metal using temple bell brass and Yantra foils, and the Chinarat Buddha Image, is heat fused onto the frame and is made from solid silver.

Kata Pra Putta Chinarat
Chant ‘Namo Tassa’ 3 times first as always before chanting other Kata

Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa

Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa

Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa

How to Chant Namo Tassa and the triple refuge

Kata Pra Putta Chinarat

Gaayaena Waajaa Yaawa Chinaraachaa Putta Roopang
Siri Tamma Tibpi Dtagaa Raachaena Gadtang Namaa Mihang
Puttang Aaraatanaanang Tammang Aaraatanaanang Sangkang Aaraatanaanang Chinarachaa
Putta Roopang Aaaraachataanang
Puttang Laapa Maa Na Chaa Lee Dti
Tammang Laapa Maa Na Chaa Lee Dti
Sangkang Laapa Maa Na Chaa Lee Dti
U A Ma Na Mo Put Taa Ya Paa Maa Na U Ga Sa Na Thu Bprasitti Mae

Kata Bucha Pra Putta Chinarat

Imaehi Naa Naa Saggaaraehi Apibuchidtaehi
Teekaayugo Homi Aroko Sukhidto
Sittigijjang Sittigammang Bpiyang Ma Ma
Bprasittilaapo Chayo Hodtu Sappataa
Putta Chinaraachaa Apibpaalaedtumang
Na Mo Puttaaya

This amulet is a perfect 'Heirloom Amulet' to pass on down through further generations of your family lineage. The Buddha Chinarat is a 'Pra Koo ban Koo Mueang' National Sacred Buddha in Thailand and all amulets in its image are seen as Sacred, and rarely traded, rather, kept in the Family.

What we call 'Heirloom' type amulets, are Classic Thai Buddhist Amulets of Buddhas or Monks, or Classic Ancient Amulets such as Putta Chinarat, Pra Kring Buddhas, Benjapakee Clay Amulets, Luang Por Ngern and other similar famous Buddhist classics. For Thai people, it is this kind of amulet that is eternal and not subject to falling from popularity and is considered the perfect family heirloom.

As each generation inherits the amulets, they become ever more sacred and part of a family tree passing the amulets down, that they become almost part of the Family. In fact they do become part of the family. Lik the thought that 'My grandad gave this to my dad who gave it to me' increases the sacred and Family value of the amulet in the mind of its owner, and so becomes both a Spiritual Inspiration, and a Family Heirloom.

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