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Very Rare LP Parn Rian Buddha Riding A Cock, B.E.2500 By LP Lek, Wat BangNomkho

Posted in Amulet,Buddhist monk by buddhanirvana on April 23, 2010


Dimensions: 2.0 X 3.2 cm
Material: Copper with gold plating

This is a very rare LP Parn, Wat BangNomkho rian, made and blessed by LP Lek, Wat BangNomkho, Ayuthaya, in B.E. 2500. Experiences as told by owners of such the rian, its efficacies are as high as LP Parn’s baked clay amulets. The reverse side of the rian is Lord Buddha sitting over a cock as appeared on LP Parn’s baked clay Phim Gai (cock).

It’s great for fortune, Metta and life protection.
LP Lek was a senior monk and the uncle of LP Luesie Lingdam. LP Lek was LP Parn’s close disciple and assistant. He was the deputy Abbot of Wat BangNomkho–the top position only second to LP Parn. Practically, he oversaw and governed Wat BangNomkho because LP Parn often left his temple to help many other temples on construction and renovation.

In B.E. 2478, LP Parn helped construct Wat KaoSapanNak, Lopburi province, the fund for construction mainly came from Mr Prayong TangTrongChit who became a millionaire by chanting LP Parn’s Rich Katha. In that year LP Parn initiated gift rians to reward donors who donated for the fund by assigning LP Lek to make a holy consecration for the rians.

Why LP Lek ??
Because LP Lek was a most senior monk in Wat BangNomkho at that time and also finished ultra Dhamma–to be able to purify his mind reaching to Nipphan (Niravan) state (as taught by LP Parn) which is the cleanest mind best for performing consecration. And It was LP Lek who had been assigned by LP Parn to bless his (LP Parn’s) Phayants (now so expensive) !! LP Parn often admired and refered to LP Lek’s ability to all of his disciples.

More than 20 years later in B.E. 2500, Wat KaoSaphanNak was in need for construction and renovation. LP Lek was requested to help make and bless the LP Parn rian (as seen above) once again.

LP Lek succeeded the Abbot seat after LP Parn passed away in B.E. 2481. LP Lek was the Abbot of Wat BangNomKho between B.E. 2481-2484. He was highly respected as a very able Guru monk of Ayuthaya and invited to join 3 most important national consecrations– (a) Wat RatchaBopit consecration ceremony, B.E. 2481 (b) Chinnaraj Indochine B.E. 2485 (c) 25 Sattawas Leela in B.E. 2500, at the time he was 83 years old
and had ordained as a Buddhist monk for 62 years.

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