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Ancient Singosari Goldfish Statue from the Thirteenth Century

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This ancient statue represents a goldfish, which is a common symbol for good luck and fortunes. The statue was found in Kanjuruan, close to the Candi Jago temple in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. Based on the condition of the bronze material, it can be estimated that this goldfish statue was made in the thirteenth century in ...

Metal Scroll with Gold Leaf

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This metal scroll ('takrut') is inscribed with sacred yantras and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Ruay of Wat Khao Wong Nong Muang, Thailand. After it was ritually consecrated according the ancient tradition, Luang Por Ruay rolled up the metal plate and sealed the metal scroll with a piece of gold leaf. This traditional ...

Mahākaccāyana Thera Statue with Gold Leaf and Yellow Copper Yantra Plate

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This statue is made and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Nam Fon. Luang Por Nam Fon is a disciple of the late Luang Por Poon of Wat Pai Lom, Thailand. Basicially, any amulet or statue coming from Wat Pai Lom can be considered a Buddhist favorite, authentically sacred and of reputable status, as ...

Mahākaccāyana Thera Amulet made from Sacred Powders

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This amulet is made and consecrated by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Koon. The amulet is made from sacred powder ingredients selected by Luang Por Koon himself. The front of the amulet features the Buddhist saint Mahākaccāyana Thera sitting with his legs crossed whilst holding a money bag in his hands. On the back of ...

Mahākaccāyana Thera Figurine made from 7 Kinds of Sacred Metal, 2 Yantra Scrolls and Sacred Powders

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for three months during the Run Mongkol Traimas consecration ceremony held at Wat Wang Sri Thong in B.E. 2551 (2008 CE). The ceremony was lead by the Buddhist monk Luang Por Nong (see biography below). Mantra Arahanti Kaccāyana Thero Mahā Bhāgo Bhavantu Me Mahākaccāyana Thera Mahākaccāyana Thera was previously known as Kaccāna (Pāḷi) - an adept and ...