Rian Yim Wan Luang Pu Ieam, Wat Saphansoong, Nonthaburi, B.E.2512

This piece of commemorative Rian Yim Wan (sweet smile), also called Rian Pak Baek (protruding mouth), of Luang Pu Ieam, Wat Saphansoong, was consecrated by Luang Phor Thongsuk, the Chao Awat of Wat Saphansoong then. The piece was consecrated in B.E.2512 was chanted for more than 10 years by Luang Phor Thongsuk. The pieces were kept in the temple and were released to the public at 400 baht each to raise funds in B.E.2549. As of B.E.2552, the price has soared to more than 5,000 baht for good condition pieces.

It is said that "One who wears this Rian on the neck, the wearer will never die of violent causes". This Rian was also mass chanted during a major chanting ceremony (Maha Puttapisek) by many famous monks, including Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Luang Pu Thim, Wat Lahanrai and also Luang Phor Ngern, Wat Donyaihom.

In short, both the Rian and the ceremony was described as "Phra Dee, Phi Thee Ieam, Puttakhun Yod", which means "Good amulet, excellent consecration ceremony, the highest grace of the Buddha".

Rian Yim Wan Luang Pu Ieam, Wat Saphansoong, Nonthaburi, B.E.2512
Front with the description "Than Acharn Ieam", back with the description "Ong Kau" (old amulet) and "Chao Awat Wat Saphansoong" (the abbot of Wat Saphansoong).

The article that reviewed this batch of amulets that were released to the public in B.E.2549.



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