Rian “Chareon Pon Lhang” Batch (Flourishing Prosperity) – Luang Por Koon – Year 2536 B.E. – Made of NAWALOHA (Extremely rare ; Only approx. 100 pieces made in the world)
Name: Rian “Chareon Pon Lhang” Batch (Flourish Prosperity Batch)
Blessed by: Luang Por Koon
Temple: Wat Ban Rai, Nakhon Ratchasima
Year: 2536 B.E. ( 1993 A.D. )
Material made: Made of NAWALOHA
EXCELLENT AND TIP TOP CONDITION!
EXTREMELY RARE “TWO CODES WITHOUT RUNNING NUMBER” VARIANT!
ONLY APPROXIMATELY 100 PIECES MADE IN THE WORLD!
This featured piece is a very, very special piece from a highly iconic contemporary batch of medallions blessed by Luang Por Koon. Only approximately 100 pieces were made and DO NOT MISTAKE this from the conventional NAWALOHA variant!
Known as “Rian Chareon Pon Lhang” and it was blessed in a grand ceremony that took place in Year 2536 B.E. (1993 A.D.).
The word “Chareon Pon” literally translates to “Flourishing Prosperity” and it was Luang Por Koon’s wish for anyone who bears this medallion to be blessed with a great flourish of prosperity!
The conventional NAWALOHA material variant has 3,000 pieces made with 2 CODES hallmarked and with a running serial number.
BUT this featured piece is the variant with 2 CODES hallmarked WITHOUT A RUNNING SERIAL NUMBER!
It is very well documented that ONLY APPROXIMATELY 100 PIECES WERE MADE IN THE WORLD!
The condition of this beautiful medallion is nothing short of exceptional! Extremely collectible as the “CHAREON PON” batch of medallions are ONE OF LUANG POR KOON’S MOST COLLECTIBLE AND ICONIC contemporary medallions made after 2530 B.E.!
Who is Luang Por Koon?
He is an extremely well respected and highly revered by people all over the world. Born into a poor family, Luang Por Koon entered the monkhood at the age of 21 and vowed to remain a monk for life to help develop the quality of life of the poor of his province. He learnt Buddhism and meditation from revered monks in Nakhon Ratchasima. He made years-long pilgrimages to Laos and Cambodia to further practice meditation and promote Buddhism. He reportedly learned magic spells from one of his senior monks and mentors to protect him during his pilgrimages.
Luang Por Koon later returned to Wat Ban Rai and encouraged local residents to build and renovate temples, schools and ponds to help local children and villagers. He gradually became famous, with many having very positive experiences with the amulets, and even documenting many miracles among many of his devotees.
His popularity led to considerable donations, which he spent on the construction of schools, police stations, hospitals and temples.
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