Collection of my Thai Religious Amulets/Pendants - Message Board/Guestbook
Religious Thai Amulets are immensely popular among many Thai locals or even the Chinese that residing in South East Asia - probably most followers never have the chance to worship the religion and hopefully with the little image that we wear on the body can provide some form of relief. As I mentioned in the site, probably it takes a Thai to create such a high quality website features specifically on these lovely collective pendants. As I can never be claimed knowledgeable in this strong thai traditions but since I am a web developer in nature, I create this solely for personal consumption and hope to provide a linkage among all passionate collectors. Some of the opinion presented within the site was entirely personal and I do not wish to influence any decision prior to any potential purchases or disposal. So, this forum is intended to provide a channel for all to make use of it to present your own individual views. Enjoy.
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81. From : Daniel Lim (email@example.com)
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Date : 08:37 PM Saturday 15 January, 2011
I went visiting to some Thai Wats at the Kedah, Pendang district over the weekend and discovered many nice Wat site which i called it the Thai religius belt as many Thai wats is situated along the whole stretch of the road or K17 if you are using the GPS device. To be honest, GPS really handy and so i carry them on my car dashboard for direction purpose.
I visited a Wat where the roots of LP LingDam was found. Is the Wat Titi Akar or Wat Vissutthipradittharam.This is the wat for the famous LP Choy if anyone knows him since we don't have good promotion books about our own LP...he is the legendary monk know to people of his time which is during the WWII. Many stories related to LP Choy, but the one i heard is the crossfiring incident of some japs soldier with some local rangers and people gather at the Wat compound with fear. LP Choy gather these people and then he sat dowm to meditate. Throughout the whole ordeal with bullet whizzing passing everyone's ears and explosion of granades, no one and nothing in the wat was hit. These are the few stories i've heard from people whom had hear this stories from their parents or grandparents. The locals here are mostly Thai and chinese. Strange about this place is even the chinese speak to other chinese and the local malay too are all in thai dialect. I walked inside a kopitiam and ask the taukeh for coffee and cigarete in Hokkien (local dialect), but they reply me in Thai...strange but true and while i was there, i can see chinese speaking to another chinese or a malay speaking to another malay in Thai dialects. No one speak bahasa melayu here... and that explained why the abbot of this wat Chow Khun Visut speaks Thai only. I had a hard time to get some history of LP LingDam as i don't speak Thai. Guess i should if i would want to continue writing this book about LP LingDam.
Ok, thanks for letting me have a small space here to share my progress and thoughts. I have seen some of your Chaing Mai experiences and with the Buddha Statues really inspired me as i am looking for one too. I was thinking of a Chinaraj Buddha Statue for my home and for prayers. any recommendation of which Buddha should be nice for worshipping in a home, welcome to drop me a email. Thanks again and very good evening.82. From : jason yap (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date : 01:01 PM Thursday 13 January, 2011
can you tell me that where to send my buddha amulets
TQ83. From : Daniel Lim (email@example.com)
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Date : 12:05 PM Thursday 06 January, 2011
This is my 3rd posting here after having embracing Buddhism like two months ago and making many visits to our local Wats in the Kedah region really does show and taught me alot, but something else is missing. Buddhism in Malaysia have a long way back and it's rich history which is never reveal properly (my personal opinion). I've came to understand that most Wats in Malaysia and those in Thailand has many great history in Thai Buddhism and our local Wat development also contributed to this rich background which is not reveal properly. Many books written are related to Thailand not only the way they live, but mostly writers of such books has some inspiration on them is the country culture. Like a book written about a caucasian as a monk in thailand. How come no books writen about Thai Buddhism and its developement in this peninsular and why aren't our Buddhism developement share the same distinction like in thailand? This has inspired me to start (on the way) writing a book about LP Lingdam and his life story which also will have bio of Wat Cindaram existance. I hope to complete this book in a year or two to raise funds and funds will go to local Wats for their development. I just want to share this thoughts here with all and hope this will be successful and so all would gain from this book. At least we have books written on our own great guru monks and it's Wat in the peninsular. Not doing this for myself, but to share this with the world that Malaysia is not just for its beach and coconut juice, but also has it's very own distinction in Buddhism. Our very own Thai Buddhism and it's Great Guru Monks whom has walked on this soil the same time as those well known great guru monks in the ayuthayah period. Thank you for letting me share my thoughts. Sadhu, Sadhu, Sadhu.84. From : Purt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date : 08:52 PM Saturday 01 January, 2011
Happy New Years 2011.
Buddha amulet and holy items bless the person to have a good heart and live as a good person. Every actions, doing/speaking/thinking may we all known that Buddha image, the amulet that we wear is right next to our heart. For his blessing and teaching for good action, may all good things in return and kindness bless the world. May Buddha blessing, purify all evils/darkness in the heart of men.
Bless our life with good spirit :)85. From : Daniel Lim (email@example.com)
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Date : 09:32 PM Monday 27 December, 2010
Hello creator of this site and all regulars,
I have make two more visits to Wat Kura or Wat Thammasiriwararam at Kpg Kura, Sik, Kedah sice the last time i shared here and this time I took a friend there to see LP Suk and he was asked to take bath three times after LP suk read his details. he was asked to complete three bathing ceremony. He did two baths on 26th Dec, one in the morning and then one was in the afternoon, then we return next day 27th Dec for the 3rd bathing ceremony. We have make friends with few people coming from all Northen part of Malaysia and two lovely couple from KL, Bobby and his lovely wife and most of us who visited Wat Kura this Christmas, got thier wishies fulfill with bathing ceremony given by LP Suk. I was happy to see him again as the last time which was 1st time vist, didn't spend enough time with LP Suk.
I got my wishes fulfilled as i got bathing ceremony by LP Suk and also my 1st WRK Somdej amulet. The Chief Abbot was available, Arjhan Lor Khun and i meet up with him and also show my interest for Somdej by WRK as all Somdej available at Wat Kura are mostly from WRK. Genuine so no worries. Only thing to worry is pocket got enough money or not for LP Hin and LP Nak's Somdej amulet. I asked Arjhan Lor Khun about these amulets displayed in the same room where he sits, and he show me some taken out from his room. Not those on display as he said those are new Somdej. So the one he showed to me, are 1 huge one by LP Nak, three normal size by LP Nak, 1 normal size by LP Hin and two normal size somdej about 3 years old by the newest Arjhan@WRK. The one made by LP Nak with three takruts is nice. The big one with Arjhan Toh on the rear side of amulet also by LP Nak and the rest is with the WRK bell on the rear printed and also on the front, pressed. Well, i only rent the one which is about 3 years old by current monk@WRK because i could only afford RM100 rental fee. Anyway, when i got it home on 26th Dec and i immediately went to get a casing for it. Somehow, i am still not satisfy with the casing and think i will shop aroung for the silver casing like the one i had for my LP Thuad. Silver casing is heavy and also expensive compare with the stainless steel. I got mine at Vipasana Amulet store in Penang(branch). This LP Thuad amulet is special and its size is less than 1cm, made by hard black stone stone material with a vey nice charm printed on the rear. I am building a nice site to display them all, so give some time as small amulet are hard to capture and without the stand light and correct lux, the image is either low in exposure or too high in exposure as reflection from the amulet meterial...and using the normal white light, gives me bluish in appearence hence i guess the AWB is blue dominance but I will try get my friends studio for this purpose and planning is ongoing. Hope i will be able to capture it this time with the studio and all the accessories availble and without further delay...but who knows if another issue surface with my camera like SNR due to low lux or distortin pin cushion or barrel, well never mind as this site isn't about digital imaging!
thanks again and hope to share some more.
Daniel86. From : TONY EH (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date : 06:53 AM Saturday 18 December, 2010
Ssd news! Archsn Kusn the last disciple of Tok Raja passed away on the 16 December 2010 at the age of 90.87. From : Andrew (email@example.com)
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Date : 02:35 PM Wednesday 15 December, 2010
Hi - I enjoyed looking at your collections. I was given an amulet decades ago and told it was very highly prized and good for safety. The monk on the amulet is known as "Ring" (in English)?. The face and script on the front of my amulet matches the LP Wean medallion on your website. Is my amulet a good one?
Regards, A.88. From : Daniel Lim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date : 10:14 AM Saturday 11 December, 2010
As i've said before, i am quite regular visitor of this site. Main purpose is for reference.
I come across a Buddha so called the 'Peacock King Boddhisttva' or rather known as Mahamayuri Buddha. I am interested to look for an amulet resemble thePeacock King Mahamayuri Buddha. Anyone has any information, please drop me an email.
Allow me to give some details about it. Mahamayuri or Peacock King Buddha is actually link from Nepalese Buddhism and very common in Japan Buddhist practise. However, i am looking for one from Thailand if anyone know about it. Thanks again.89. From : craig hopkins (email@example.com)
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Date : 02:35 PM Wednesday 08 December, 2010
Hi,is there a way to get Amulets valued or to see if its genuine,
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Date : 12:38 PM Wednesday 08 December, 2010
To all members and Godchildren of Archan Kuan(Chaukhun Chan brother).Archan Kuan is seriously ill and now admitted into Kota Bahru General Hospital in Kelantan.
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