Phra Khun Paen Roon Rek (1st Issue) – Luang Por Sawai – Year 2540 B.E. (Only 77 pieces made in the world ; Temple Committee Variant with 5 SOLID GOLD takruts)
Name: Phra Khun Paen Roon Rek (1st Issue)
Temple: Wat Plee Daram, Nakhon Pathom
Year: 2540 B.E. ( 1997 A.D. )
Material made: Made of a combination of sacred materials with 5 SOLID GOLD takruts
CHAMPION AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
1ST ISSUE PHRA KHUN PAEN BY LUANG POR SAWAI
EXTREMELY RARE! ONLY 77 PIECES MADE IN THE WORLD!
The history of Khun Paen dates back to centuries ago in the ancient city of Ayutthaya. A fierce warrior known for victories and charisma on the battlefields.
There are a lot of misconceptions due to media portrayals and exaggerated stories which usually isn’t true.
Fundamentally, people worship Khun Paen as a deity for his victorious nature and charismatic traits exemplified on battlefields similar to how the world views mythological Greek Warriors such as Achilles and Perseus.
This beautiful piece is made by Luang Por Sawai from the province of Nakhon Pathom.
This particular piece is “1ST ISSUE” piece and it is also the temple committee variant. It has a different material composition as compared to the conventional pieces distributed out from the temple!
This particular piece is the RAREST VARIANT out of the entire 1ST ISSUE batch of Phra Khun Paen by Luang Por Sawai!
Instead of the usual 3 SOLID GOLD takruts for the temple committee variants, this particular piece has 5 SOLID GOLD takruts and a green jewel embedded on the front of the amulet! There are also many strands of “Gae-Sah” scattered on the entire surface of the amulet as well!
ONLY 77 OF SUCH PIECES WERE EVER MADE! Highly plausible to be THE ONLY PIECE available to be acquired in Singapore at this current juncture!
“Gae-Sah” is a term referring to the hair that has been collected from the monk, and in this instance, Luang Por Sawai, during the routine shaving of their hair. The many strands of hair that were collected will not be disposed of, instead they will be kept as holy belongings of a holy being. On many occasions, the “Gae-Sah” will be mixed as one of the materials used in creating an amulet.
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