Phra Somdej Lang Yant Sib – Luang Por Phrom – Year 2516 B.E. – Ner RAKANG (Temple Bell Material)
Name: Phra Somdej Lang Yant Sib
Blessed by: Luang Por Phrom
Temple: Wat Chong Kae, Nakhon Sawan
Year: 2516 B.E. ( 1973 A.D. )
Material made: Made of Ner Rakang (Temple Bell Alloy Material)
This item is one of the TOP TIERED amulets by Holy Monk, Luang Por Phrom of Wat Chong Kae.
It is an amulet that the locals will probably keep as a family heirloom.
Who is Luang Por Phrom? He is a holy monk that resides in the Nakhon Sawan Province. Most of his life is spent ordained as a member of the Sangha and doing good while cultivating.
He passed away at the age of 91. That was more than 40 years ago. His body is currently housed in a glass coffin. The remarkable thing is that there are no signs of decay. None at all. Not only that, his nails and hairs are growing little by little every year! It is a widely known fact that he has since became an Arhat (he who gained insight into the true nature of existence and has achieved Nirvana).
This amulet is known as Phra Somdej Lang Yant Sib Ner Rakang and it was made of the remnants of the allloys from the temple bell of Wat Chong Kae. Made in Year 2516 B.E., and only 2,000 pieces of these were made. Due to the fragile nature of the material, most piece are damaged one way or another. To find a near perfect piece like the piece featured here is almost equivalent of finding a needle in a haystack.
An excellent piece for both wearing and collecting. It is highly coveted and a very rare piece to come across!
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