Size 40*24 mm and with a total weight of 21 gram
A cast figurine of Holy Luang Phor Ngern of Wat Bang Klan made by Wat Tai Nam, Pichit Province in BE 2539 = the year 1996 in Europe in honour to the Thailand King Rama IX (9) His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, who then had reigned for 50 years.
หล่อรูปปั้นพระหลวงพ่อเงินวัด Bangklan ทำโดยวัด Tainam จังหวัดพิจิตรใน พ.ศ. 2539
Photo of my amulet
Best For : Wealth Fetching, Mahalarp (brings Lucky Wealth), Klawklad plodpai (pushes you away from all danger), Kongkraphan (makes you invulnerable to all weapon attack).
Nice looking with a 2 Baht chain. I may keep it.
Figurine in bonze and a Thai Gold case with goldweight about 7 gram.
LP Ngern Wat Bangklan – Pijit. Was one of the most sacred and famous monks in Thailands history. His name Ngern mean ”Money”. The thai people belives and speak about many stories and miracle his amulets can do. They can bring wealth, great fortune and much money. Also protect against danger and bad things.
Lived between 1810-1919; B.E. 2353-2462
This is a beautiful Buddha amulet from Thailand. Those Budda amulets are symbols of buddha, monks or other spirituals things from Thailand. They uses for bring luck, happiness, wellnes, protection etc. If you use and wear them you will receive a good response from Thai people because you show respect for theirs religion and culture.
Luang Phor Ngern
Wat Bangklan, Pichit province.
Luang Phor Ngern was born in 1810 (BE 2355) during the reign of King Rama I at Bang Khlan Village, Pichit Province. He begins his education at Wat Chana Songkram in Bangkok where he was also ordain as a novice monk at the age of 20, where he remained at the temple for several years practice meditation before departing to Pichit province where he spent considerable time in Tudong (forest). During that time when Somdej Toh still remains alive, Luang Phor Ngern often visited Wat Rakang to pay respect and to learn sacred sciences from him.
One day Luang Phor Ngern decided to travel to the north until he reached a Village there he decided sapling the Bodhi tree where he taking cuttings from a large bodhi tree at the main entrance of the temple. He prays to Lord Buddha and asked if this location was suitable to build a temple, and if granted it will show a favorable encouragement from the cutting he had planted. The stem cutting successfully grows into a beautiful Bodhi tree, and it was at the location where Luang Phor Ngern built the temple now known as Wat Wang Tako. As an abbot of the temple, Luang Phor Ngern had many of visitors on a daily basis. He passed away in 1919 (BE 2462) at the age of 109, having served the Buddhist faith for 90 years.
Luang Phor Ngern is without doubt the most famous monk to originate from Pichit province, respected both for his sacred amulets.
Location: Wat Bang Khlan, Pichit province
Biography of Luang Phor Ngern Wat Blang Klang Pichit
Luang Phor Ngern, his name is only “Ngern”, because in those days Thais did not use surname. Luang Phor Ngern was born on Friday 16th September in the year BE 2351 during the reign of first Chakri. His father’s name is Nai Oo from Bang Klang whereas his mother Nang Faak is from Ban Saen Tor. He has six siblings (two girls and four boys); Phromchai, Thapying, Thongchai, Ngern, Lermchai and Rotying.
When he was 5 years old, his teacher Nai Chuang Seung send him to stay in Bangkok and he was later endorsed to study at Wat Chanasongkram where he ordained as Novice monk (Nen) at 12 years old. During his stay at this temple, he learned Dharma and Buddhism from a couple of Gurus. After ordained as a monk at the age of 20 years old, he stayed for another 3 years. But then he decided to move to Wat Rakhang Kositaram and later he became a disciple to Phra Somdej Phuttajarn Toh Phrommarangsi.
After completing his studies at Wat Rakhang, he went back to his home town and stayed at Wat Bang Klang Tai for 1 year. Then he moved to stay at Wat Wang Takor because they need to resurrect an old temple there. When he arrived at the boundary of Wat Wang Takor, he took 3 Bodhi trees and planted at the entrance and Phawana. In the future this 3 Bodhi trees will grow up and be healthy and prosperous as the temple which he will build. Until today, these trees can be seen growing graciously at Wat Wang Takor.
Luang Phor Ngern started to renovate the temple and build Ubosot, Kutti, Chedi, Sala and Viharn successively. Miraculously whenever Luang Phor Ngern wanted to build the temple, helps and donations kept coming in from all corners of Thailand. He was known for his kindness and his magical power. Many people will come to be blessed and some will ask to become his student. The most famous student he had was the son of HRH King Rama 5, Prince Chumphorn Ket Udomsak, the founder of the Royal Thai Navy. The prince was also the closest disciple of Luang Pu Suk Wat Pak Khlong Wat Makham Thao Chainat and he was also well-known for his magic.
Luang Phor Ngern Wat Bang Klang and Luang Pu Suk Wat Pak Khlong Makhamthao are good friends. They also have the same level of Ultra High-Dharma knowledge. Phra Khru Asamban the abbot of Wat Wang Takoh and Phra Ajharn Choom the abbot of Wat Takoh, both were closed disciples of Luang Phor Ngern, was responsible for the making of Luang Phor Ngern mini amulets. The first amulet made, Roop Lor in bronze was called “Phim Kheeta” because the amulet had eye excretion-look. In those days, everything was handmade, so workmanship is not as good as today’s techniques. At that time, this amulet was distributed to devotees at a price of 1 bath only. But today, it will cost around a million baths to own a piece and this is the most expensive mini amulet in Thailand. The second time they made a few batches. Artisan was much better and the amulets were nicely made, so they decided to call the bigger amulet “Phim Roop Lor Loy Ong”. These two phims were distributed to man devotees, whereas woman and children were given smaller amulets known as “Phim Rian Lor Khai Pla Chop Lek and Chop Yai”. His amulets were so popular that were quickly distributed out. To be able to let everyone who wish to have his amulet, he decided to make it compulsory every year in November to consecrate amulet.
His name was well-known and to remember him, the King decided to ask his permission to build Luang Phor Ngern Bucha statues of him. Actually, he doesn’t like it but anyway allowed them to build only 2 statues. The first statue was placed at Wat Wang Takoh and the second was placed at Wat Tai Nam. There are only two Luang Phor Ngern statues in Thailand made during his life time.
Wat Tai Nam is a temple which Luang Phor Ngern spend most of his life, teaching and building up the temple likewise Wat Wang Takoh. He also visited many temples but he will alternatively spend most of his Phansas after teaching Dharma and Tudong at these two favourite temples of his; Wat Tai Nam and Wat Wang Takoh. There are exactly 7 temples which made amulets of Luang Phor Ngern Roop Lor. And all these amulets were personally blessed by Luang Phor Ngern. Therefore some amulets are not the same in features and sizes.
Luang Phor Ngern lived a long and a healthy life. At the age of 111 years old, he reached Nibbana and passed away peacefully at 5:00 PM on Friday 20th October BE 2462. The people of Phichit and Thailand remembered Luang Phor Ngern as one of the greatest Guru of all time
Thanks Mr Hades Chan for the identification at FaceBook
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Hades Chan LP Ngern, Wat Tainam, BE 2539 is abt THB 3000 – 4000..
Hades Chan The gold case is 89% gold, but the shop sells you at the price of 96.50% gold + workmanship cost….if you sell back to the shop, the shop will buy back at 89% gold….Gold Ornament (96.50% gold) Price today = THB 19,829.28 / 15 g…Your gold case has weight abt 7 g = THB 8095.75….FYI
Mr Hades Chan has made an estimated value of the amulet of around 3000-4000 TB
then the wrap of Thai Gold he is estimating the weight of arond 7 gr , in other words half of a Thai Bath gold. The current price is 20.000 THB for a Bath gold .
Total is the raw price for this amulet 13-14.000 THB.