Tuesday, December 31, 2019

LP Tim - Wat Phra Kao "The White Buddha Statue" - Revisited Again BE2562 At Ayutthaya - Thailand (Part: 2/2).

Wat Phra Kao - temple name by the White statue of Phra Buddha Luang Phor Kao, the beautiful white Buddha image venerated inside the Ubosot Wat Phra Kao. This famous temple Wat Phra Kao is also resided by the late LP Tim.
LP Tim (Wat Phra Kao) completed his Tudong journey alone and is one of the top Guru monks of today. He's famous and popular for his knowledge in both Dhamma and Wicha (Knowledge of Supernarural Arts). LP Tim moved to Wat Phra Kao in 1949 where at that time the Chief Abbot was LP Ting Buddhasiri. LP Tim made highly effective amulets where their are countless testimonies from devotees, well noted are his amulets that possess the power to secure good fortune in business, wealth fetching, metta and business enhancements.
 The amazing view of Ubosot Wat Phra Kao - inside venerated White statue of Phra Buddha Luang Phor Phra Kao.
 The most beautiful mural painting inside the Ubosot Wat Phra Kao.
 The stunning and sacred statue of "White Phra Buddha - named of Luang Phor Phra Kao" - Wat Phra Kao.
 Photo taken inside the Ubosot and with statue LP Phra Kao.
Photo taken with old wiharn Wat Phra Kao.
 The sacred White Chedi of Wat Phra Kao with many statues venerated inside.
 Sacred statues of past abbot Wat Phra Kao, Mae Nang Kwak, Mae Phosob and many Phra Buddha statues.
 The side part of temple with wooden wiharn building and where body the late LP Tim is kept inside glass coffin.
 Pay respect to LP Tim and photo taken at front.
 Close view of body LP Tim (inside glass coffin) and also wax statue LP Tim.
 Sacred Golden Fighting Fish statue of Wooden materials.
Amazing view of mural and roof art inside the wooden wiharn.
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Sunday, December 29, 2019

LP Tim - Wat Phra Kao - Revisited Again BE2562 At Ayutthaya - Thailand (Part: 1/2).

LP Tim from Wat Phra Kao, a great guru monk who've been conduct good karma his whole life. He's very famous and devotees likes him and his amulets very much.
LP Tim - Wat Phra Kao, Ayutthaya province was born in BE2456, 10 March 1913. LP Tim's family has total 6 children as he himself being the 5th child. His parents works in farming industry. LP Tim's father passed away when he was very young. LP Tim studied in Wat Pikut since young till primary 4, he stopped schooling to help his mother in the farming work. During BE 2477, he was forced to enrol into army as he has got a muscular build. Duty was to protect the King of Thailand as a bodyguard. He served the army for 1 year 3 months and got discharged from army during July BE 2478. After serving in army, LP Tim enter his monkshood at Wat Pikut for 1 year before he left his monkshood life to help out his mother to take care of the family. After which LP Tim got married and had his own family. During BE 2484, LP Tim was summoned back to the Thai army for war against France. After France war, LP Tim volunteer to go to Myanmar for another war that lasted for 6 months named "Somkam-Indojing" commonly known as Indo-Chine War. LP Tim was proudly awarded a medal after that and he went back home after war. After 7 months he was called back to join in the World War 2 but retuned back home safely after World War 2 to help his mother. Having been through a lot of hardships, LP Tim always got memories back of his monkshood life. Just at this point of time, the place that he stayed has got infected with a serious Plague which causes many death because of no advance medication. LP Tim himself was infected as well, he prayed to Buddha and made a promise if he were to recover he would served the public and do good deeds for everyone. Miraculously, he recovered from the near death experience illness. Since than, LP Tim ordained at Wat Pikut on 10 April BE 2491 for second time and went to Wat Phra Khao during B.E 2492. LP Tim went to Wat Nam Tao to learn from LP Sang for 1 month and he became abbot of Wat Phra Kao on BE 2498. Since BE 2492 LP Tim went to take part in all kinds of tests and on BE 2512 he had attained the highest level of studies a monk can achieved. LP Tim was an expert in concentration of mindfulness and he also studied vipassana meditation with LP Jong Wat Nantangnok and LP Sod of Wat Paknam. LP Tim was very well known with his knowledge in Metta and Wicha Magic being one of the highest ranked monk in Thailand. Many believers asked for help as they believed that LP Tim has the power to improved their luck. There have been many reports of miracles and beneficial experiences related to LP Tim and his amulets as well. LP Tim passed away on 22th March 2009 at the age of 96 years old.
 The beautiful Wooden Wiharn of Wat Phra Kao - LP Tim.
 The old collection antique for Wat Phra Kao. Some is belonging to late LP Tim.
 Small altar for inside the wooden wiharn Wat Phra Kao.
 Close view with photo of amulets LP Tim.
 The upper floor for the wooden wiharn with rooms at both side.
 Photo taken at amulet counter of Wat Phra Kao.
 One of the Great Phayant by LP Tim.
 Mini museum for statues and amulets by LP Tim. All for display only.
 Photo area for Ayutthaya ancient culture.
 The crematorium of temple Wat Phra Kao.
 Very beautiful Wooden Wiharn with Full 'golden mural' decoration.
Photo taken with statue of LP Tim - Wat Phra Kao.
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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon - The Impressive Stupa (Chedi) And Rows Of Dozens Of Stone Phra Buddha Statues - Ayutthaya - Thailand (Part 2/2).

The main bell-shaped chedi at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon is one of the distinctive landmarks of Ayutthaya. Visitors can climb the steps that lead up to a platform for views over the temple complex. A rectangular gallery surrounds the chedi and is lined with dozens of stone Buddha images. The originals would have been covered in gold, but today saffron coloured sashes are used instead. Although these aren’t the original statues visitors should still treat them with respect. 
 The one of the side Chedi of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon.

 Rows of Phra Buddha statues around the central Chedi of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon.
 The stairway to the chamber Chedi of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon.
 Photo taken inside the chamber Chedi with many Phra Buddha statues.
 The cover for the hole inside, the reliquary chamber inside the main chedi.
 A round chamber encircles the principal chedi. The chamber is enclosed by an outer wall, which along with the pillars inside, supported before the wooden roof. 
 View to the top Chedi.
 Walking way to surrounding the Chedi.
View on the remains of the Phra Buddha statues, old Chedis and Ubosot.
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