Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Khao Sam Roi Yod ~ Amazing Arahant Relic Stone With Divine Blessing.

Khao Sam Roi Yot (Sam Roi Yod) was declared as the first coastal National Park in Thailand on 28th June 1996. The 98 square kilometer park is located approximately 50km south of Hua Hin. The name "Khao Sam Roi Yot" means the mountain with 300 peaks in Thai. A series of grey limestone mountains with living Gemstones of lifetime Divine blessing, known as ' Arahant Relic Stone' was found in deep cave of SamRoiYod mountain in Prachup Khiri Khan province in Thailand. Goddess shrine at Khao Sam Roi Yod.
Phraya Nakhon cave with the Kuha Karuhas Pavillon (inside the cave).Limestone hills inside the cave. The mature and Powerful of Arahant Relic Stone.According to legend - 2000 year ago, 500 Arahant monks practiced meditation in Cave of SamRoiYod Mountain - Prachup Khiri Khan province. The strong aura from the practicing meditation had formed the relic-龙宫舍利子 into the stone at the surrounding cave. Some Relic stone also formed by the remains relic after Arahant are cremated and had attained perfect enlightenment inside the cave. Until today, Arahant Relic Stone is a living stone with Divine Blessing. When Buddhist Arahant are cremated, the remains of pearl like translucent beads known as Relics are found and formed inside the SamRoiYod Cave. They believed to emit strong Spiritual Power and ensured that the presence of Buddha is perpetuated. If one has faith in these Buddha Relic Stone, it is like having realized that the Buddha is living within one's mind, this will help to overcome problems and obstacles.

The mini bucha of Arahant Relic Stone.

The amulets of Arahant Relic Stone.

The 108 Bead of Arahant Relic Stone.
The varieties Statues, 108 Beads and Amulets of Divine Blessing Arahant Relic Stone.LP Parn, LP Koon, LP Lersi Landam and LP Yit ever said this Arahant Relic stone is powerful enough even without monks blessing. This known as Arahant Relic Stone as living stone with Divine blessing.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Wat Phra Pathom Chedi & Phra Ruang In Nakhon Pathom - Thailand.

Wat Phra Pathom Chedi is located the largest pagoda in Thailand and is the officiaprovincial symbol of Nakhon Pathom. The present Phra Pathom Chedi was built during the reign of King Rama IV (King MongKut) in 1853, under his royal command, the new Chedi was constructed to cover the former Chedi of which the shape was of an upside down bell shape with a Prang top.One of the entrance to the Pathom Chedi was venerated a stone Buddha statue of Dvaravati style.The statues were pasted by the gold foil.The statue of King Chulalongkorn.This Vihara is located at the same entrance of the Buddha statue of Dvaravati.The Phra Pathom Chedi assumed that the former Chedi dates back to the year 539AD due to the fact that the upside down bell shaped Chedi has a similar style to the Sanchi Chedi in India which was built in the reign of King Asoka. The construction of the new huge Chedi was completed in the reign of King Rama V in 1870. In all, it took 17 years to build. The completed Chedi is a circular one that features an upside down bell shape Chedi (Lankan style). The height from ground to a top crown is some 120.45 metres, and a total diameter at the base is 233.50 metres. The sacred Chedi houses Lord Buddhas relics.Some renovation works is in progress.The replica of ancient Phra Pathom Chedi that underlying at present Pathom Chedi.Old Chedi monument.Caves into the base of the structure where one can go meditate and pray.The thousand year old statues of Phra Buddha, Guan Yin, SangKachai and Phra Phrom were venerated inside the cave.In this Vihara we can see the Mural Painting of the Chedi's internal structure of original chedi with its unique stupa design in the shape of an upside-down bowl was 39m high, similar in style to that of the Sanchi Stupa in India. Within the Vihara, we can view the great significance Phra Pathom Chedi.The close view of the Phra Pathom Chedi, it takes a few mins to walk round the Chedi.
The Reclining Buddha of Phra Non is located at western Vihara.The Gold plated Phra Ruang Rodjanarith (8 metre tall), an image of Buddha bestowing pardon, is enshrined in a vihara located to the North and in front of Phra Pathom Chedi. The casting of this Buddha image was casted during the reign of King Rama VI. The images head, hand, and feet were brought from Muang Srisatchanalai, Sukhothai.See more Wat Phra Pathom Chedi amulets at:

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Revisited Wat PahKoh - Undecaying Body Of LP Thong Susangwaro In Hadyai, Songkhla - Thailand.

We revisited Wat Pah Koh again in year 2011. Wat PahKoh is one of the famous temple in Hadyai with legendary body of Luang Phor Thong (former abbot of Wat Pahkoh) is keeping. The temple gate of Wat PahKoh.
The Pavilion of Bodhisattva Guan Yin.
Photos taken with the body of Luang Phor Thong, whose physical body shows no sign of decay after passing away since the year 2000, at the age of 93. LP Thong was a good Master and expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way.
The Phra Buddha statue veneration in same Vihara with the undecay body of LP Thong Susangwaro. Photo taken with current Abbot of Wat Pah Koh - LP Pairojn.LP Pairojn giving a goldfoil blessing on my forehead and palm.Wat Pahkoh is thriving with pilgrims from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, who come daily to pay respect to undecay body of LP Thong and ask for various blessings from LP Pairojn. On top photo, all the devotees and followers will come to pay tribute to LP Pairojn inside the wiharn of Wat Pahkoh.
The statues of LP Thong Susangwaro were venerated in the wiharn.The Bucha of LP Thong at amulets counter.
The Ubosot is opened this time (previous visited is closed).
The close view inside the Ubosot, the Phra Buddha and the Mural painted.The Phra Leela statue located in front the Ubosot.
The furious dog.
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