My Sincere Apologies

“Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you”

Honestly it didn’t strike my mind that setting up these social media on another phone will create another ID (it was obvious, now that I thought about it). My tab crashed and my current Samsung went into Safe Mode (tried many ways, still cldn’t get rid of it!). Even though I reinstall Whatsapp and didnt appear…only LINE did.

Thank you to Jason from Singapore and Lau Hui Leong from Oman. Time passed very fast for me here..though it happened in October last year…but life kept rolling by.

So please at the moment only sms or call 6012 692 1233 0r Whatsapp ID Derryck.KnightFrank. Thank you very much.

Amendments on Kuti Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito (IMPORTANT)

My apologies of making a big mistake of saying the cost of kuti was THB18,000. It is THB180,000 per kuti. 5 meter (16.4 feet) x 5 metre (16.4 feet). It is exactly the photos above you are seeing. We will just keep things simple as RM18,000 and we will bear the currency exchange differences. I am very happy to receive sincere enquiries despite economy slowdown in Malaysia. One such enquiry was, “Can all family members’ name be written ?or can all whom group their efforts together have their names spelled out?” I have checked with Ven. LPu. Reverend has agreed. Reverend invites all of you whom have the keen interest to visit the temple before you decides to support the cause to check things out for yourself. We will leave on the 9th March 2017 from Kuala Lumpur. I appreciate if those whom are keen to call me early so I can make the transport arrangements (it takes 8 hours drive from DonMeung Airport to Wat Pa’Phromviharnin in Sisaket).

May I seek your forgiveness in making the earlier mistake. Thank you.

Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito, a rare gem!

Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito though getting in and out of hospital much over this past two years but it doesn’t deter Reverend from his meditation. Ven. LPu has been through numerous surgeries big and small to date, his body is frail.  This is a photo of Reverend meditating towards the Ubosot. If Reverend’s body can muster all his might to walk to this spot, you will see him there every morning. If you observe on the left hand corner, you will observe that Reverend uses a walking aid. I have seen and have also assisted Reverend, it can be a great task for him .


Sometimes it’s hard to tell if one is really kind or just making use of Ven. LPu Sukh, actually the site where Wat  Pa’ is has been an abandon land for sometime. The “ChaoTi” or earth guardian spirits there are so strong that even for agricultural use, nothing planted was a success. Land there was worth nothing.  So one owners whom had lands there came out with a brilliant idea, donate a piece of land there to Ven. LPu to built temple. Its not a sizeable piece of land and of odd shape. News reached the ears of the villagers, knowing Ven. LPu would need to acquire the land there to built temple. Price escalated. Not many people or monks dare to practise there because the land is filled with many angry spirits.

Photo : Ven. LPu was very active during the building of temple from land tilling to construction. Ven. LPu will supervise under hot sun.

Photo : Ven. LPu will spend as much time as with the monks that contributes their labor for the construction. The Sanghas which refrains themselves partaking meals after noon, such hard labor isn’t easy. Ven. LPu will stay with them as much as possible under the sun even eating with them in the open.

Ven. LPu is filled with compassion, knowing that it’s an uphill task but yet Reverend accepted it . To cut the long story short, today Wat Pa’ with Ven. LPu’s compassion and earnest practise has turned out to be a beautiful temple with greens and herbal plants. It is all possible because Reverend kept dedicating merits and metta to the angry spirits and the strong earth guardian.

Here I want to share with all of you here, Ven. LPu takes at heart the project he has. Reverend will meditate on your efforts to help him achieve such and dedicate metta to you. Let’s come together to help Ven. LPu to built kutis and toilets. Good Gaeji or Sanghas that are attained are getting few…lesser and lesser, take this opportunity to make merit with Ven. LPs Sukh.

Special Collections of Ven. LP Seua Wat DonYaiPeuan

I will keep updating this same post as some of the items are still being photographed. Keep following please. Thank you.

This is 5″ MeedMoh Roon Raek Ven. LP Seua. Ven. LP Seua cldnt remember clearly which year Ven. made them. Made little only. Knife holder is made of ivory and sheath is made of wood. I suspect its should be in the region 2536-2540.

This is 2nd batch also 5″ , sponsored by SaengThai.  Both knife holder and sheath are ivory. the Ivory ones are made less than 10, not inclusive of Ven. LP’s own meed moh. The ivory wasn’t bought, it was donated by a fellow disciple of Ven. LP Seua. Meedmoh Ven. LP Seua is much sought after because Venerable is known for his wicha in exorcism and those days when Khun YaiPeuan (Ven.’s benefactor also the donor of Wat DonYaiPeuan land, the 1st to help Ven. LP Seua) was still around. Ven. LP Doem of Wat NongPho, Nakorn Sawan rode 4days 3nights on elephant to visit Khun YaiPeuan. It is an unforgettable history that villagers around temple at Wat Donyaipeuan still lives to tell. The lady whom I call her “Yai” shared this with me, she was already 95 years of age. She said she was still a little girl then.

Both are going for THB40,000. Rare opportunity, don’t miss it.

All lockets that Ven. LP seua made in the past, especially this one above was made only 100pieces in total. 30 pieces with gold takrut and 70 with silver takrut (as above). This is considered roon raek locket with such pong and handwrite takruts by Ven. LP Seua. This was made year 2551 in conjucntion with Ven. LP’s birthday. Ven. LP added much pong saksit in this locket, one can see them also here. There are some visible cracks at the side because took off from casing. One can see Ven. LP’s handwrite yants on the locket too, left and right of his image.

This piece is going for THB18,000

Meed Mor Ven. LP Ser, Wat DonYaiPeuan (Updated 18th Aug 2011)

This locket was made not long after the black one above. Special request by Mo Chukiat, a lay disciple whom was learning healing formulas from Ven. LP Seua. He has brought in influential people to make offerings to Ven. LP Seua. Even the sponsor for the Main Buddha image in Ubosot was through him. Made only 16 pieces. The tiger rooplor was 1st batch, 2 relic rice grains that became stones (the Thais takes it as a symbolic of prosperity), handwrite takrut and what appeared to be relics or sacred remnants. This image of Ven. LP Thong has many miracles.

This rare collection is going for THB20,000

This ring is solid silver and locket of LP Thong image. Made 2 only, special request. People whom knows me, knew that I love rings. They are good for many things. Do you know one of such kathas we learn, by the power of the index finger, one can subdue the enemy?

This ring is going for THB15,000


Phra Sivali is 1st batch made in the region of 2540. Even Ven. LP cannot remember which year exactly. Ven. LP Seua is very fond of making Phra Sivali because Reverend believes that this Arahant bring luck and auspiciousness. Reverend always tell me that Phra Sivali is good for sales and business. One of Ven. LP Seua’s formula of consecrating amulets until they becomes potent with much luck factor and great Metta is by chanting Phra Katha Phra Sivali. Very difficult to find, seldom collectors let go.

This bucha is going for THB20,000


Among the many buchas, Reverend made. I loved this the best (other than LP Thong buchas of course!). 9 inches Ven. Somdej Toh Phromarangsi. 1st batch, the only batch made in those early years. Made very few and very difficult to get.

This bucha is going for THB30,000


Phra Sangajayana is 1st batch made in the region of 2540 about the same time as Phra Sivali. Also made few and difficult to find.

This bucha is going for THB20,000

This is a prized collection, hard to get. I have known Ven. LP Seua coming 10 years now, this is the only bucha I have seen. Bucha LP Thong 5 inches Roon 2 in 2549, of all the 5 inches buchas Ven. LP Seua made, Roon 2 has the closes resemblance with the actual LP Thong’s look. This is a sacred/saksit bucha, not for display and not for people whom are not serious with tending to their buchas with reverence and offerings.


This is a set of takrut aeu (waist), a combination of Ven. LP Seua’s takrut 1st batch and many others good Gaeji Archan eg. our LP Thong handwrite takrut, LP Suk Wat MakhamThao, LP Loon…etc. Did you noticed the silver sets of NakMakPakThak takruts look different? Yes, it has gold on it. This is Ven. LP Seua’s own takrut, Reverend worn it himself in the early days.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID derryck knightfrank. My previous Whatsapp, Line and Wechat ID cannot be used at the moment so please Whatsapp this ID.

Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito, Wat Pa’ Phromnimit at Sisaket



Gold Plated rian sponsor RM100


Silver Plated Rian sponsor RM100


Tri-color Plated (Samkasat) rian sponsor RM200


Rian navakloha sponsor RM300


Rian Silver sponsor RM500

These were the rians posted earlier but the photos weren’t clear. Last June 2016, we were trying to raise funds for the big Buddha image inside the new Ubosot, toilets and also kutis but the date for moulding was postpone.

Now it is confirmed the moulding occasion for big/main Buddha image for new Ubosot will be in 12th March 2017. So we would like to offer to you to tamboon or sponsor as we will write your details onto the paen duang to be melted and be a part of “Mongkhun” or auspiciousness. It is considered a merit of the highest order to help contribute for making main Buddha image for Ubosot. Like we have said in our earlier post, just sponsor by heart of any amount. For those whom are collecting the rians above, I will automatically write them for you and offer to Ven.  LPu to be melted to mould the Buddha image. It is my courtesy to thank all of you for years of support. This is a hard to comeby opportunity, so please participate.

Phraphatarn Yai Ubosot (Ubosot’s main Buddha image), Wat Pa’ Phromnimit, Sisaket

Rian KhuanThoong MahaSetthi (Millionare’s Bag of Prosperity) of Wat Pa’PhromNimit Sisaket Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito AyuWannak 84 Pee

The earlier rians we sponsored last year in Sisaket has all been taken up and we were able to raise THB400,000 plus (same but different codings or materials). So now with this batch we were trying to help raise to building funds, Ven. LPu Sukh has decided to start with building 9 kutis first. Each kuti will cost THB180,000

If there is a kind sponsor for one kuti ( kuti will comprise of living area and toilet inside) THB180,000, we will give this set of rians (one of each above) plus a Thai banknote which Ven. LPu Sukh has blessed to be kept inside wallet, purse, cash register, money safe, shop front..etc, as you deem fit. The sponsor’s name will be placed on the kuti, so Reverend monks or the Sangha community can dedicate metta or merits to the sponsor whenever they do their chantings or meditation. A simple kindness act as such can be powerful as a millions of auspicious lamp that we light for ourselves or our loved ones for good blessings.

Thai Banknote of 20, both sides are the images of King Bhumibol, the 9th King of Thailand. When it comes to the power of banknote, one can never not mention the power of the iconic representation eg image if 9th King of Thailand and the numbers.

  • The number ‘2’ represents regular income and it is under the influence of the planet Venus, a materialistic planet that loves much earthly enjoyments. If number ‘2’ is weak in our astrological combinations at birth, that will mean this person will always face problems with income.
  • The number ‘0’ is regarded as a mysterious number but it has great influence in our daily lives eg the Internet is powered by Binary Numbers (which are digits of 1 and 0), Zero ‘0’ being added into any number increases its value and quantum.
  • King Bhumibol, the 9th King of Thailand. The fact that he was destined to be the 9th, shows the fatherly figure that he will be destined with. Number ‘9’ represents father, Dhamma, spirituality, great faith and belief..etc among many other things. I am sure many of you will have heard of commonly in Thailand the term “Charoen Gao(9)Nar” which means unending prosperity.

Thai banknote of 100, one side has the image of King Chulalongkorn, the 5th King of Thailand and the other side is King Bhumibol, the 9th King of Thailand. In this banknote, one will receive auspicious blessings from the power of number 1, 10, 5 and 9,

  • 1- the power of Self, increases your strength also receives blessings from Lord Ganesha because ‘1’ the beginning of all numbers.
  • 10-the power of Sun, though a malefic by nature but without the Sun, all crops and other possible beings will die. Sun is always bright, on the same note we hope our wealth is strong too…like the Sun.
  • 5-is under the influence of the planet Sun. Among many other things it represents, importantly it represents power, speculative gains and abundance.
  • 9-refer banknote 20

I shared with Ven. LPu that we Malaysian love auspicious banknotes as it represents prosperity and wealth. I requested  Ven. LPu to bless them to help us to raise funds for Venerable. All proceeds from these auspicious banknotes will be donated to Ven. LPu Sukh for building funds.. Ven. LPu did better than just blessing them, it was included in the rian puthaphisek recently (in conjunction of Ven. LPu’s birthday). Many good Gaeji Archan blessed them too.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID derryck knightfrank. My previous Whatsapp, Line and Wechat ID cannot be used at the moment so please Whatsapp this ID.



FAQ: Is amulets or pendants necessary?



In my opinion, no. Especially when you dont even know why you want it the 1st place. What is more important than amulets or pendants are our practise or cultivation as a Buddhist (I know it sounds lame and seem to be repeating myself like a broken record but I will share with you the reason) . Honestly if I am still running around from one thai-amulet shop to another like when I was younger, I bet I will still be running in circles, not knowing Dhamma. Anyway most of them (amulet traders) seldom guide you, they will only condition your mind to always want to collect more, the more expensive the better. Sometimes I laughed when I overheard conversations like, ” You should buy this, it can help to give you very good luck and money.” It will ring in my mind the following question, “Will you give away The Golden Goose that lays Golden eggs?” Tough luck, not in this society, a selfish oriented society. I always tell my friends or visitors, if praying to Phra images or buchas or wearing amulets can give you very good luck and money, me or my teacher would have been a millionaire a long time ago and Thaksin Sinawatra didn’t have to leave his beautiful homeland and take refuge in another country. Panna or wisdom must be use to see things as it really is.


Theorectically, it was meant to be a souvenir or momento because monk, they whom are not supposed to have any possesion will have nothing to give you for your kind donations. So they made figurines or images of Buddhas or Arahants or other auspicious items eg yantras on metals foils…etc to give you as a token of appreciation. Practising monks whom are attained in science of directing energy and matters (earth, wind, water and fire ) enable them to infuse and transfer blessings with just mental power into images or souvenirs. Feedbacks from the laities on their experiences of miracles or improvements in their life, reinforced the Sanghas confidence that their attainment in such science can be use to enhance their follower’s livelihood and also protect them from certain danger. It has a chain effect, it goes back to reinforcing laities’s faith in the Triple Gem and Sanghas’ virtues. Such great Metta acts like a strong magnet, drawing more people to temples and for some a start into discovering the Dhamma that Buddha expounded, converting mere sceptics to firm practising Buddhist. Theorectically then or at least for me it was like that. Those whom I had shared with them my experience and journey into the Dhamma, started from wearing an amulet (not Phra Somdej Wat Rakhang, just standard phim Ven.LP Pern Wat BhangPhra medallion) and hearing a beautiful divine voice that helped prevented misfortunes. That year in 1999, the same divine voice saved me thrice! It was then I was amazed with this thing called Thai amulet. But I am more than glad, I discovered more than just amulets, I discovered Dhamma which it’s value transcend more than a lifetime.

lpdam2017And the rest is what you are seeing now, it became very commercial. Sadly but that is how things are and that will also separate antique amulets and commercial ones. The science of endowing the amulets with blessing potents are determine by Jit (mind). I remembered Ven. LP Dam told us that this particular Phra Pidta ( will show you later) is the best in terms of purity and very potent of blessings because it was made solely for Kathina celebrations. To to be given to laities whom donated Kathina robes. Reverend said the entire meditating session was very bright…very still…no thoughts about doing this for money at all. True enough, as I remembered shortly after Reverend passed away, an IS extremist threw a hand grenade into the mini shops outside (not far from) of Wat Mai temple. Everyone ran helter-skelter but it failed to blow-up. That is the barami of Pothan Dam. Now that I am writing about Than (him), I miss Pothan Dam. Very attained but yet very , very humble.

Nowadays, good Gaeji Archan are like diamonds, only getting rarer. In current times, young monks in their 30s or 40s call themselves Gaeji, promoting this and that. Ven. LP Seua Wat DonPhaiYai (Wat DonYaiPeaun) also attained and advance in his practise, will tell you no I am not famous, I am just an average monk doing the best I can. Now Ven. LP Seua has been a popular choice to be invited for puthaphisek because Ven. can sit and meditate long, for an hour or two. Many so called Gaeji, fell asleep the 1st 15mins of the ceremony. There was an occasion where after the puthaphisek ceremony suddenly other Gaejis whom are leaving suddenly descend to ground and offer full prostration because they saw Ven. LP Thong also came for puthaphisek with Ven. LP Seua in spirit form.


Above are a Taiwan artist with his friends that came and visit Ven. when we were in Taiwan. We are in his studio.

Coming back to our topic as per, does one really need amulets?

NO if you don’t know what is it about.

NO if you think it can make you rich or take away your problems.

NO if you dont respect Buddha’s teachings and the Sanghas practise.

Then you may ask, then why did you wear so many?

That is because I knew what it is all about and how it can help to enhance my practise. But more importantly, it is a hobby to me to wear some of my unique collection and one must know why they want to wear such and such. Some people has this wrong impression that  wearing alot can have more power. NO not exactly, if its such, can throw them away. Good Gaeji will never want you to depend on such for powers because such powers are already in you. But because when we cultivate, we are not there yet, we borrow our teachers’ barami. That is also why I would suggest that one meditates, chants and perform danas and from time to time upkeep the 5 or 8 precepts. There has been many miraculous incidences in Thailand where people whom takes up precepts and meditate or a person whom practises good Buddhist values, were rob and shot at gunpoint. Survived the ordeal because the gun could not fire up. They didn’t wear any amulets. So therefore it is our practise as a fellow good Buddhist that all good Gaeji aspire us to become from wearing their amulets. When we wear them we must reflect on their barami and their practise and vow to achieve the same.

Of course let’s not forget that for some people, they take it as a serious collection, going into details of the Gaeji, his past glory, his attainment and etc. To me as long as you are not into because of superstition but take it as a serious hobby. Then I personally think it’s fine. Well this topic can be lengthy or is it just me. There isn’t any right and wrong with this matter, afterall wearing or collecting amulets is a very personal thing. But I just do hope that collectors in general should go into understanding them deeper their sense of existence then perhaps you may understand the intrinsic value of it. Maybe because I am much involve in the back process of helping to make them for Reverends’ needs and am influence by my Teachers’ especially Archan Phrachuap of Samnak KhaorOr Pattalung. From the conceptual part to the last part where the piti puthaphisek, I was given the opportunity to be involve. The making of an amulet is more than meets the eye and the barami that’s being infused into it is no joke. I remember reading about Ven. LPhor Suk Wat Makahm Tao, Than(he) ploksek everyday his amulets. It is part of his daily routine. I was so overwhelmed by just reading his efforts.

Last but not least, amulets are not superstition. It is a science creation using traditional method…the mind. Scientist and researchers are still researching into the mind, it is still a large mystery to them but to my MahaGurus, Rishis and Sanghas whom are attained, they have known the mind since aeon ago. It is a collection of science, art and religious symbol, all in one!


Barami of Kruba Archans

Let me start this year 2017’s 1st pos by wishing all my readers, “HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017! May all of you be well and happy. May all of you be free from enmities and dangers. May all attains success and their wishes.”

I also like to say thank you all all my Teachers, Kru Yai Petchalukan, Ven. LP Thong LP Seua Thep Akson Phor Kap Wat DonYaiPeuan, Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito Wat Pa’ Phromnimit, Founder of SaengThai, the Owner of the following Pothan Kron scriptures and formulas, Pothan ChaoKhun Wat Bangsek, Kru Mo Siput, Porgae Pleuan, Porgae NoraThong, Archan Phrachuap Samnak KhaoOr, Archan Manit Sg Golok and many more that has taught me, for the Iife I had to this day in 2017 and giving another lease of life to confront the challenges in 2017.

I also want to be thankful to all my Teachers abovementioned and by their baramis, I was able to learn from scriptures of one of Pothan Kron’s close disciple (the Archan had passed away years ago). However this family wants to remain anonymous, so I will not mention any names. These formula books were very strange, attempts to show you all the bigger photo failed, without apparent reasons. No matter how I load  it, doesn’t show (other photos was uploaded without problems) . I wanted to highlight a bigger photo because one may see the texture and conditions of how old the books were. It only allow a portion to be shown.


Look at the age of this formulas or in Thai, tamras.


I have been following this family for 3 years now, until when the Archan appeared in my dream again lately that I have decided to contact them again. It was the barami of SaengThai Founder that I knew them.

I have known many amulet traders but never one like SaengThai founder whom have close relations with Bangsek villagers, every piece to him, he can remember the history, the background and the miracles that accompanies with it (Just like the piece on the left, posted earlier.) We are not affiliated with others, please never believe when you hear people say they are with us. While some claim they are affiliated with us, some will outright despise us saying that we deal with fakes (only to come and collect from us from the back, such traders don’t want you to know where they get their amulets from.). I have met many hypocrites along the years in this circle. Anyway, let’s forget such and comeback to the topic.

I am indeed very lucky because other than being given the opportunity to study the scriptures and formulas. I was also given Pothan Kron’s kesa (hair) to be revered, to always receive Pothan’s blessings. The Archan has written a note saying that he has kept the kesa since 2500 (1957), he has informed all his descendants to keep it well together with Pothan Kron’s belonging (Pothan Kron’s kesa photo below). I have always kept bits and pieces of Pothan’s chivon with me, I now keep them together for veneration.


Pothan Kron life size bucha at Wat Buddha Jayanti, Kuala Lumpur


All this auspicious materials were donated by a SaengThai member whom wants to remain anonymous. A fervent collector and loyal follower of Pothan Kron Wat Bangsek;

  1. Special request hand write yants from Gaeji Archans from Pichit
  2. Special request hand write yants by Ven. LP Seua Wat DonYaiPeuan, Singhburi
  3. Many 1st batch “rooplor tree” from Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito Wat Pa’Phromnimit Sisaket (big puthaphisek)

These auspicious items were added into the brass liquids to enhance the energy of the bucha and also to make it potent of blessings!



This bucha isn’t just made to order. Chiet Abbot of Wat Uttamaram ( Bangsek), Pothan Boon has given his permission for us to proceed.lpkron6




Finally, we are very happy to have Pothan Kron’s life size bucha ready. Total cost of making is THB170,000 not inclusive of transportation. From Bangkok to Hadyai is THB15,000 and Hadyai to Wat Buddha Jayanti Kuala Lumpur is RM1,200.

Some other people whom have chipped into this dana ;

  1. Stephen Foo—————————–RM2,250
  2. Tan Ghee Seng————————–THB10,000
  3. Darren Hor Khee Wah——————RM50

The earlier Singaporean whom said he wants to contribute half of the cost, disappeared. So we take it that he isn’t keen. It was a tough project but SaengThai made it, we are very happy to offer Pothan Kron life size bucha for fellow devotees in Kuala Lumpur especially to pay their respect and dedicate their offerings, as we all know Pothan Kron is saksit or sacred.


All whom are keen to visit Pothan Kron in Wat Buddha Jayanti Kuala Lumpur, may do so starting from tomorrow 22nd December 2016.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish SaengThai founder and his family best wishes. And also others whom have contributed their sincerity.  May they be blessed with good health, happiness and prosperity.

Birthday Ceremony for Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito Wat Pa’ Phromnimit, Sisaket


Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito, taken 1st Oct you can see much water retention in him. Venerable has been getting in and out hospital lately.


Ven. LPu Kreung, Wat Sak Kamphaeng Yai, Sisaket. Ven. LPu Kreung is a very famous Gaeji Archan. Ven. LPu Sukh is his direct disciple.


The wall of Kruba Archan of Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito




“7 rob” or 7 cycles of 12 years. Ven. LPu is 84 years old. Beginning the day’s event with auspicious chantings and information of activities of the day. This event isn’t announced to all, only to villagers and close devotees because temple cannot accommodate too many of them. Anyway Ven. LPu has always been low profile but it was Ven. LPu’s devotees that wants a ceremony for Ven. LPu.


Ven. LPu arriving at temporary site where they keep cows…followers are accompanying rejoicing with Ven. LPu


Liberations of cows…9 of them. We believe liberating cow is a dana of high virtue. It isn’t cheap liberating cows but good dana especially for parent, wishing them good health and for sick people. Many devotees are very concern with Ven. LPu’s health. Ven. has been in and out very often and as at now high water retention and having difficulty to pass motion.



Ven. LPu blessing the cows are are being liberated.


Ven. LPu officiating the puthaphisek ceremoney. Consrecating 2 life size buchas and also rians.




Puthaphisek ground with the mastercraftsman with his workers moulding the life-size buchas on temple site together with the rians.



The another 4 Gaeji Archan invited to help invigorate the auspicious images with auspicious blessings and energies.






This is an aero-view of Wat Pa’Phromnimit. Temple site is on the right…can you see the roof..and also the Ubosot. While on the left is a big pond and a very high ground where they are building the biggest Chedi in Sisaket. That area was given by a Army General. Ven. LPu gave him a prediction that he will rose to rank but he actually didn’t believe because it is very unlikely he will. Ven. LPu kept quite, comment not more than it was necessary. He did rose to the position of General a year later, and he came again after assuming his official role with an entourage and offered the land with a proper ceremony. Those whom are interested can see those photos in the temple.