Thursday, May 30, 2019

Visiting Wat Suttawas - Temple Of LP Rak - Ayutthaya - Thailand (Part 2/2).

In part 2, we see more photos for temple itself. LP Rak (Chao Khun Rak) built temple Wat Suttawas from scratch and now still on going. LP Rak devoted his time to rebuild Wat Suttawas, he took 12 years only with 47 bahts with him, LP Rak manage to rebuild the temple with the help of donations and develop it into a place for dhamma and meditation for people without any fee, because he wants people to be a good person having mindfulness. Today Wat Suttawas is officially opened as 13th dhamma and meditation center in Ayutthaya Province. LP Rak aim is to propagate Buddha’s doctrine and teach meditation. At 48 years of age (BE2562), LP Rak already well- known as a skilled mediation teacher in Ayutthaya, the old city of Thailand. His selflessness to teach Mediation, Dhamma and helping the less fortunate society by raising funds thru donation and funds which he received from his amulets are all spend on free education for the young, food and donation to hospital. His dedication toward the community and Buddhism have attracted lots of devoted followers thru out Thailand and specially in Ayutthaya province.
 LP Rak ~ Chao Khun Rak is abbot of Wat Suttawas, Ayutthaya province. He learnt many wicha and dhamma from good master monks like:
1. LP Tim from Wat PhraKao,
2. LP Iat from Wat Phai Lom,
3. LP Yam from Wat Sam Ngam,
4. LP Ruay from Wat Tako,
5. LP Hong from Wat Phetburi,
6. LP Koon from Wat BanRai,
7. LP Khien from Wat Gating,
8. LP Pian from Wat GrenGathin, 
9. KruBa Noi from Wat SriDonMoon,
10. LP Cher from Wat KlangBangKaew,
11. KruBa Chum
12. LP Yuea from Wat Mai Ya Sai, 
13. LP Perm from Wat PomGaew,
14. LP Sackorn of Wat NongKarp,
15. LP Uean of Wat Wang Daen Dtai, 
16. LP Prohmasit of Wat Sri Saket, 
17. LP Kambu from Wat GutChompoo, 
18. KruBa Sit from Wat Pang Dton Dter, 
19. LP Ong from Wat Pha Phutarawanaram.
 Photo taken with Ubosot of Wat Suttawas.
 The Blue Wiharn of Wat Suttawas, one of the hall is venerated many sacred statue.
 Inside the one hall, here we could see Mercy GuanYin thousand hands, Phra Pikanet, Phra Phrom, Guan Gong, King Narasuan and Maha Thep ThanJai (Burmese deity).
 The beautiful ubosot of Wat Suttawas.
 The beautiful ans sacred of Phra Phuttamunee Buddha statue.
 Photo taken inside the ubosot with sacred Phra Phuttamunee Buddha statue.
 The front side the ubosot is new building (under construction) with Phra Leela - Walking Buddha statue at top.
 Photo taken with Phra Leela (back side) statue.
 Temple crematorium building of Wat Suttawas.
 The Blue building Hall for Wat Suttawas.
 Inside the Blue building Hall, have many money tree after temple conducted ceremony event. Have many helper collecting the money one by one.
The carpark site for Wat Suttawas and have some banner for temple project.
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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Visiting Wat Suttawas - Temple Of LP Rak - Ayutthaya - Thailand (Part 1/2).

Currently CK Rak ~ LP Rak was raise fund for many project for temple Wat Suttawas and also helping other temple project restoration and donated money to helping poor children in Thailand. Now temple Wat Suttawas have many under construction for new temple building. Here part 1 we will sharing many of new batch amulets for raise fund to dedicated merit for project supervise by LP Rak.
 LP Rak was promoted to Chao Khun Rak and now resided at Wat Suttawas Vipasana temple. LP Rak was born on 17 December BE2515. LP Rak has been interested in Buddhism since he was a child. During his free time, he would study Khmer magical script. At the age of 19, he got ordained as a novice at Wat Jaemratsattatam, Samut Prakan province. He learnt dhamma, meditation and Mantra from LP Sa-ard who is a disciple of LP Parn of Wat Bang Hia, a superb guru monk in the past. LP Rak Analayo was ordained at the age of 26 on 20 March BE2542 at Wat Lakchai, Ayutthaya by Phrakru Siridhamatat (Sumit Sirichanto) Lakchai temple abbot as a preceptor, Phrakru Kosit Viharakhun Triparasrimakhet Temple as a verbal declaration preceptor and Phrakru Kaseampratumarak (Thonglor Shijitto) Lardpratumkongkarama as a commemoration preceptor. LP Rak gets designation as “ANALAYO” that mean one who has no sorrow.
 The 2 Tower Bell of Wat Suttawas.
The amulet counter located beside with the Wiharn.
 The front side of the Wiharn.
 The main Phra Cinnaraj statue at the Wiharn.
 The sacred statues of ChuChok, Mae Nang Kwak and Mae Thorani at the wiharn.
 Photo taken at amulet counter of Wat Suttawas.
 The new booking order will release soon by LP Rak - Wat Suttawas.
 The new sacred batch of Rian LP Rak.
 Photos taken with new order for Takrut MahaKhan at amulet counter Wat Suttawas.
The receipt for order Takrut MahaKhan.
The banner for order Takrut MahaKhan with wooden box.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Revisited August BE2561 ~ Met LP Kaew One Last Time ~ Wat Saphan Meikean In SongKhla - Thailand.

Very sad to heard LP Kaew passed away this year BE2562 ~ April 22nd at 2am morning. Lp Kaew passed away peacefully at age 112 year old. We sharing the revisited August BE2561 at Wat Saphan Meikean and met LP Kaew one last time.
 LP Kaew blessed his 111 year old batch amulets. LP Kaew is a sacred revered guru monk of the South with merciful heart and have many disciple. He got ordained at Wat SaiKow in Pattani province and seriously studied mantra from many guru monks and then went on a pilgrimage for 16 years (BE2518-2534) in the cemetery where gained more wicha.
 The temple gate of Wat Saphan Meikean.
 Temple surrounding area.
 The main Ubosot of Wat Saphan Meikean.
 The sacred Sema stone with Phra Buddha statue.
 The monk Kuti.
 Photo taken with amulet counter.
 LP Kaew slept on bed when i arrived here (cover with watermark). After i obtained some amulets, i talked a while with LP Kaew before i left. LP Kaew was weak and need took rest and not in proper attire for taking photo. I was left without taking photo with LP Kaew.
 The main altar at amulet counter here.
The small eatery shop.
 The Hall building.
The Mondop Shrine of LP Thuad and past abbot statues.
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