PURPLE SARIRA PHRA THAT/ THAD / TATH BUDDHA RELIC AMULET TEMPLE WAT MAHATHAT

£95.00

 



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BLESSED & EMPOWERED PURPLE / VIOLET SARIRA PHRA TATH AMULET


with NANG KWAK PHA YANT.
from the Wat Suwannaram Temple Bangkok. (see below).

WE DONATED DIRECTLY TO THE TEMPLE FOR THIS AMULET, IT DID NOT COME FROM A STORE OR PRIVATE SELLER OR COMPANY.

YOU HAVE TO DONATE DIRECTLY TO A BUDDHIST TEMPLE TO MAKE SURE THE SARIRA RELICS ARE REAL

**** Sarira Phra Tath Buddha Relics from Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple Thailand. ****

These relics can also be called Phra Thad / Phra That / Phra Tart / & Phra Tad.


BUDDHA HEART & BLOOD RELICS INDIA

GAUTAMA BUDDHA * SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA RELIC.


**** Sarira Phra Tath Buddha Relics from Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple Thailand. ****

For love, finding a loving relationshipand good health and good luck and protection.

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Amulet 2.3 inches high x 1.4 inches wide x 0.7 inches deep

This amulet is gold dipped and very finely engraved. It is transparent both sides to see the Sarira.

NANG KWAK Pha Yant: 5.5 inches x 3.5 inches.

WE DONATED DIRECTLY TO THE TEMPLE FOR THIS AMULET, IT DID NOT COME FROM A STORE OR PRIVATE SELLER OR COMPANY.

YOU HAVE TO DONATE DIRECTLY TO A BUDDHIST TEMPLE TO MAKE SURE THE SARIRA RELICS ARE REAL

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**** Sarira Phra Tath Buddha Relics from Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple Thailand. ****

Red / Purple colour: Originatesfrom the blood and heart of the Buddha. For love, finding a loving relationshipand good health.


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(more pictures below)

This Sarira Phra Tath Buddha relic amulet has been createdby monks at the Phra Si Rattana MahathatTemple Thailand. These Buddha relics can also be called Sarira Phra Thad, SariraPhra That, Sarira Phra Tart or Sarira Phra Tad. There are also many other differentnames but they are all Buddha relic's. Sarira is the name for the crystallisedremains of the bones and body of the Buddha after he was cremated. Sarira canalso be found in the cremated remains of all high standing Buddhist spiritualmasters. Sarira are very important relics as they embody the spiritualknowledge, teachings, realizations, living essence (spirit) of Buddhistspiritual masters. Sarira is the evidence of the Buddhist masters'enlightenment and spiritual purity.

Sarira's are usually displayed in a wearable amulet or in a stupa,they are also enshrined inside a Buddhist master's statue or embedded into aBuddhist amulet. Saffron threads are sometimes placed around the Sarira as anoffering.

According to the Pali tradition nothing was left after thebody of the Buddha was cremated except for the Sarira. The bones of the Buddhahad been transformed into something that looked like COLOURED JEWELS andCOLOURED SMALL PEARLS of many different shapes, sizes and colours. Sarira comesin Cabbage seed shape, Milled rice shape, Green bean shape, bone shape, roundshape, and many other shapes.

It is believed that the smaller shapes of Sarira will floatwhen placed in water and will attract each other when they float. The colour,shape and size of Sarira can increase or decrease by themselves. Most of theSarira are much lighter compared to ordinary stones of the same size. Sarirashould not be tested to see if it floats by an ordinary person as you wouldhave to 'Look down at the Buddha'. It is believed the Sarira can shine in thedark and can fly around in their amulet or stupa container.

The transformation from a cremated body into Sarira iswonderful as it is hard to believe that the remains and ashes could betransformed into something like glowing jewels of different colours and shapes.

Colours of Sariara (Buddha relics).

Orange / Gold / Yellow: Originates from the flesh of theBuddha. For fortune and wealth and business luck.

Red / Purple: Originatesfrom the blood and heart of the Buddha. For love, finding a loving relationshipand good health.

Pink / White / Clear: Originates from the head of theBuddha. For great knowledge, business and everyday luck.

Blue / Black: Originates from the chest of the Buddha: For self-confidence, securing a goodrelationship.

Green / Brown: Originates from the mind of the Buddha: For good luck, wealth and fortune.

A relic is: 1: An object surviving from an earlier time,especially one of historical interest. 2: A part of a deceased holy person'sbody or belongings kept as an object of reverence. 3: A person or thing thathas survived from an earlier time.

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Amulet 2.3 inches high x 1.4 inches wide x 0.7 inches deep


This amulet is gold dipped and very finely engraved. It is transparent both sides to see the Sarira.

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WE DONATED DIRECTLY TO THE TEMPLE FOR THIS AMULET, IT DID NOT COME FROM A STORE OR PRIVATE SELLER OR COMPANY.

YOU HAVE TO DONATE DIRECTLY TO A BUDDHIST TEMPLE TO MAKE SURE THE SARIRA RELICS ARE REAL

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This Sarira Phra Tath, Buddha relic amulet was created, blessed and empowered by monks in the Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple, Thailand for 'GOOD LUCK, PROSPERITY AND GOOD FORTUNE'.

This sacred amulet will give you good luck when gambling, good luck in your work, good luck for your business, good luck in relationships and good luck in your life.


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**** Sarira Phra Tath Buddha Relics from Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Temple Thailand. ****



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This blessed and empowered temple cloth talisman is called a Pha Yant.

It can also be called a 'Cloth Yant' a 'Paa Yant', a 'Payant' or a 'Yant cloth talisman'

Temple cloth 3.5 x 5.5 inches.

This sacred blessed and empowered 'Pha Yant' sacred temple cloth which is included with this Buddha relic amulet can be framed and hung on a wall, hung on a wall as it is, carried with you in your pocket or placed in your car to grant you a safe journey. It can be given to a friend or loved one as a special sacred gift. This 'Pha Yant' is for your protection from evil and bad spirits, and will protect you against bad luck. A 'Pha Yant' will protect you from danger. This 'Pha Yant' will grant you a long and healthy life and also grant your wishes. A sacred 'Pha Yant' can be given to grant blessings to a wedded couple to enable them to have many healthy children and to have a long and a happy marriage.

**** If you write your wishes on the back of a blessed 'Pha Yant' they will be granted .

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Nang Kwak Pha Yant.

Nang Kwak is abenevolent spirit. She is deemed to bring great luck and prosperity especiallyin the form of money, to the household. She is the patron deity of all merchants,salesmen and business men and women. Pictures, statues and Pha Yants can beseen in almost every business establishment in Thailand.

The legend of NangKwak is one of the best known legends in Thailand and dates back to before thebirth of Buddhism in Thailand. The legend of Nang Kwak originates from Indiawhere she was known as Supawadee, the daughter of a small merchant. Legendtells that occasionally Supawadee accompanied her father on his business trips.On one of these trips, after listening to a sermon, Supawadee became a devoutfollower of Buddhism. Because of her great devotion, a revered Monk by the nameof Phra Gasabatera, bestowed blessings of good fortune on her. Phra Gasabateraalso told her that if she followed all the teachings of the Dhamma (theteachings of the Lord Buddha), she would receive a special blessing.

Endowed with theseblessings, whenever Supawadee accompanied her father on his trips, he was ableto sell all his goods in a very short time. The family became very wealthybecause of Supawadee and as her father was kind and generous, they were muchloved by all the people they met on their travels. After her parents died, Supawadeecontinued the business earning the love and devotion of people all around.Eventually Supawadee died but not before many people had discovered that ifthey prayed to her their business transactions were more successful thanbefore. Images were made of Supawadee after her death and offerings made to theyoung girl who was now believed to be a saint.

Nang Kwak is dressedin traditional Thai dress. In her left hand is a money bag and her right handis beckoning Thai - style palm down. Nang Kwak is either beckoning customers tocome into the store or asking for wealth to come her way.

It is also believedthat Nang Kwak evolved from the Hindu Goddess Parvathi, the daughter of the mountains,who it was said the first to grow rice.

Some people believe NangKwak first appeared in Thailand as a rice prosperity goddess with a sheaf ofrice over her shoulder the pre-Buddhist Mae Posop.

The name Nang Kwak canbe roughly translated as 'beckoning lady' or 'waving lady'. The Thais willoften add the word 'Mae' which means 'mother' before her name as a sign ofrespect. There are regular stories in the Thai media of how paying devotion tothis image has led to increased business prosperity.

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The Buddha relics tour.

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