Phra Pidta Roon 3 Traimas Nur Phong, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok, B.E.2521 - 2523
Phra Pidta Roon 3 Traimas have a few moulds and materials as follows:
1. Pim Yai (Jumbo 2) Lang Yant Sukitimah
- Nur Phong Bailan, 34,974 pieces
- Nur Phong Kesorn, 3,056 pieces
- Nur Phong Thoop Kammathan, 2,700 pieces
All were inserted with a single thakrud
2. Pim Lek Lang Yant Sukitimah
- Nur Phong Bailan, 51,174 pieces
- Nur Phong Thoop Kammathan, 2,000 pieces
All were inserted with a single thakrud
3. Pim Lek Lang Yant Nak (later knowned as “Roon Plod Nhe”)
- Nur Phong Bailan, 22,040 pieces, single thakrud
- Nur Phong Kesorn, 3,000 pieces, double thakrud
- Nur Phong Kesorn, 10 pieces, 3 thakrud
- Nur Phong Kesorn, 3 pieces, 5 thakrud
4. Pim Lek Lang Yant Trinisinghae
- Nur Phong Bailan, 18,600 pieces
All were inserted with a single thakrud and with strands of Luang Pu Toh's hair
Initially, Luang Pu Toh intended to bless this batch of Phra Pidta amulets for at least 5 rain retreats before distributing out for rent. The reason was because during that period there was still a great number of earlier produced Phra Pidta amulets left in the temple. Luang Pu Toh only managed to bless this batch of Phra Pidta since the Buddhist lent of B.E.2521 up till the Buddhist lent of B.E.2523, i.e. 3 Buddhist lents or 3 Traimas, before passing away on 5th March B.E. 2524. In retrospect, this batch of Phra Pidta was blessed by Luang Pu Toh for the longest period compared to Phra Pidta amulets from other batches.
Phra Pidta Jumbo Song, Nur Phong Bailan, single thakrud
It is well-knowned and recorded that Phra Kru Viroj Kittikhun had produced many batches of Phra Pidta for Luang Pu Toh to consecrate. Luang Pu Toh emphasized a lot on the radiating of loving-kindness and he always blessed Phra Pidta amulets of different moulds by radiating his loving-kindness and compassion. Some moulds of Phra Pidta amulets, for example Phim Jumbo Neuang, which Luang Pu Toh spent only 7 days for the blessing but there were many experiences shared by the wearers about their successes.
Phra Pidta Lang Yant Duang Lek, Nur Phong Bailan, single thakrud
Phra Kru Viroj Kittikhun reserved a few thousand pieces of these Phra Pidta amulets to offer to the Royal Family. The King and the Queen distributed these pieces to the government officials and officers of the uniformed-rank. Many of these pieces were also given to the armed forces who were assigned to Prague, Czech Republic as security forces so that they will be safe when they are executing their duties. Many of these soldiers shared their experiences after they survived near-death experiences while performing their duties, which made this batch of Phra Pidta amulets even more popular and more valuable than it already was.
Phra Pidta Plod Nhe Lang Yant Nak, Nur Phong Bailan, single thakrud
Many senior meditation masters of the past generation tested and meditated on this batch of Phra Pidta amulets for its energy. Many of them gave the feedback that the energy and power radiated from this batch of Phra Pidta amulets is equivalent to the energy and power radiated from Somdej Wat Bangkhunphrom which were consecrated by Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh (Phrommarangsi). It was specially observed that the energy radiated from Phra Pidta Jumbo Song was the strongest, sharpest and the clearest, most probably due to the fact that a number of pieces were immersed in holy water (Chae Nammon) during the consecration ceremony.
Phra Pidta Plod Nhe Lang Yant Tree, Nur Phong Bailan, single thakrud
For this batch of Phra Pidta Roon 3 Traimas which Luang Pu Toh blessed for 3 years, many wearers experienced miracles which were passed on from mouth to mouth. All these experiences always mentioned about success, fortune and being popular and respected by their peers. Many even shared that they were able to be prosperous and were finally free from their debts which were owed through time. Due to these positive experiences recounted by the wearers, Phra Pidta amulets from this batch are always sought after by both devotees and collectors. The amulets were already unavailable in the temple not long after distribution and the imitations found today look almost identical to the genuine pieces.
Special thanks to Dr. C.Y. Lee (Penang) for his contribution to this article.
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