Phra Khreung Roon Anusondh Sang Rong Rian, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Bangkok, B.E.2516
In the year B.E.2516, it was decided that a school was to be built in the name of Phra Khun Somdej Phra Sangkarat Yannsanworn, Wat Boworniwes for the free education of children. The school will be named "Rong Rian Somdej Phra Yansanworn" and a committee was formed with Somdej Phra Sangkarat being the chairman. The decision was made to consecrate amulets for distribution for the collection of donations from the public. It was decided that Luang Pu Toh's image was to be on the amulets as he was a very highly respected monk, whom many people upon knowing that he was involved in any projects, they will come forth to give their fullest support.
Basically, 3 types of amulets were to be consecrated for the event, namely:
1) Phra Somdej Than Singha Pang Samadhi Silop Sukothai Nur Phong
2) Phra Phong Roop Meuan Luang Pu Toh Han Khang
3) Rian Luang Pu Toh Han Khang
Phra Somdej Than Singha Pang Samadhi Silop Sukothai Nur Phong, 20,000 pieces
The total quantity was not formerly recorded but were estimated to be 20,000 pieces for each type of amulets. They were officially consecrated on the 27th to 29th of January B.E.2517 and then brought to Wat Borworniwes for a Maha Puttapisek (major chanting ceremony) on the 10th February B.E.2517 in the main hall of the temple. The monks who mainly led the chanting were Luang Pu Toh, Luang Phor Thongyoo and Luang Phor Iea.
The materials that were used to mix into the amulets were of excellent and holy materials, namely:
1) Filings of Phra Kring of Somdej Phra Sangkarat Pae Wat Suthat
2) Phong Ithije of Luang Pu Toh Wat Pradoochimplee
3) Phong Ithije of Luang Phor Ngern and Luang Phor Chaem Wat Donyaihom
4) Phong Ithije of Luang Phor Iea Wat Bandan
5) Chan Mak (chewed betel leaves) of Luang Phor Daeng, Wat Khao Banda Et
6) Chan Mak of Luang Pu Khao Wat Tham Khlong Phaen
7) Kesa (Hair) of Luang Pu Toh Wat Pradoochimplee
8) Kesa of Luang Pu Waen Wat Doi Mae Pang
9) Kesa of Luang Pu Nak Wat Rakhang
10) Kesa of Acharn Fan Wat Pa Udom Somphon
11) Broken fragments of Somdej Wat Rakhang
12) Broken fragments of Somdej Wat Bangkhunphrom
13) Broken fragments of Somdej Wat Keschaiyo
14) Broken fragments of Phra Wat Plub
15) Joss sticks and fresh flowers that were offered to Luang Phor Kasem Susahn Trailak
16) Leftover holy powder of Tan Chao Khun Nor Wat Thepsirin
17) Gold donated by laymen and kesa (hair) of 108 other holy monks
Phra Phong Roop Meuan Luang Pu Toh Han Khang, 20,000 pieces
After the consecration, the amulets were available for distribution and all remainder pieces were sent to Wat Pradoochimplee for further distribution. In time to come, these amulets were recognised to be the property of Luang Pu Toh Wat Pradoochimplee. The origin and honourable intention of this group of amulets were also claimed to be excellent, virtuous and of the highest blessings.
Rian Luang Pu Toh Han Khang, Phim Niyom
The Phra Somdej Than Singha shown above was featured in Luang Pu Toh's newest temple book issued in B.E.2552 (Page 91)
Special thanks to Dr. C.Y. Lee (Penang) for his contribution to this article.
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