Phra Phong Kong Kwan Wat Pak Nam 3rd Batch Pim Lerk (Deep Mould) – Luang Por Sodh – Year 2499 B.E. (Very rare “Yant Krub” variant)
Name: Phra Wat Pak Nam 3rd Batch Pim Lerk
(Deep Mould Variant, Top Variant)
Blessed by: Luang Por Sodh
Temple: Wat Pak Nam, Bhasi Chareon, Bangkok
Year: 2499 B.E. (1956s A.D.)
Material made: Made of a mixture of sacred powders and holy components
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
ONE OF THE TOP TIERED POWDER MADE AMULET IN THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY!
VERY RARE “PIM 1 YANT KRUB” VARIANT!
This is, without a doubt, one of the TOP TIERED powder made (Ner Phong) amulet and it is also one of the best known amulets among in the entire Thai Amulet Industry!
It was known as “Phra Phong Kong Kwan”, or translated to “Gift Powder Amulet”.
It was given for free to people who visited the temple, hence the name. But only a single piece can be given to an individual. No one can be tasked to receive on their behalf.
One of the primary reasons why Wat Pak Nam amulets are so immensely popular and sought after by everyone is due to the fact that it was blessed by one of the most respected Holy Monks of Thailand, Luang Por Sodh.
Luang Pu Sodh was the abbot of Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen from 1916 until his death in 1959. He founded the Thai Dhammakāya school in the early 20th century. As the former abbot of Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen, he is often called Luang Pu Wat Pak Nam, meaning “the Venerable Father of Wat Pak Nam”. He became a well-known meditation master during the interbellum and the Second World War, and played a significant role in developing Thai Buddhism during that period. He is considered by the Dhammakaya tradition to have rediscovered Wicha Dhammakaya, a meditation method believed to have been used by the Buddha himself.
A total of two batches were made:
1st Batch – Year 2493 B.E.
3rd Batch – Year 2499 B.E.
Nope, you did not see any mistakes. No typo errors were made. There were no 2nd batch.
It is due to the immense popularity of the 1st Batch of amulets that there weren’t enough pieces to fully distribute to the rest of the devotees visiting the temple. So, the 2nd batch was made. It was made using the same material and the same mould as the 1st Batch thus it is near impossible to differentiate between the 2 batches. They were then subsequently consolidated into one batch.
Generally, there are two iconic difference in the 3rd Batch:
1. Deep Mould (Pim Lerk)
2. Shallow Mould (Pim Tern)
The Deep Mould variant is the TOP TIERED VARIANT among the two and they have better aesthetics with features more defined than the Shallow Mould. The Yant (magical drawing) found on the back of the amulet is also significantly different when compared to the Shallow Mould variant.
This beautiful item featured today is known as the Deep Mould and it features a very, very uncommon trait caused by human error during the manufacturing of these amulets.
The Yant (magical drawing) featured behind is on the wrong side up and only a very minor percentage of the entire 84,000 pieces is found with such a distinctive trait. It is a highly sought after feature among collectors all over the world!
An absolute collector’s item and its one of the most prominent amulets featured in:
Phra Ner Phong Yod Niyom (Most Popular Powder-Made Amulets) Category.
INCLUSIVE OF A CUSTOM MADE SOLID GOLD OPEN/CLOSE CASING!
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