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Pim Prok Pho Ratsamee (CLEARANCE PRICE)
Pim Prok Pho Ratsamee (CLEARANCE PRICE)
Amulet Ref : BA3766
Monk : Luang Phor Hin
Status : SOLD
Temple : Wat Rakhang
Year : BE 2495
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An exceptionally rare amulet blessed in BE 2495 by LP Hin, Wat Rakhang. Known as Phra Somdej Pim Prok Pho Ratsamee, This is a real gem and well worth collecting and offered well well below its market value

Luang Phor Hin Intawin-yo, although specialized in many sacred sciences, never stopped learning as much as he could , and in pursuit of further knowledge decided to visit Wat Rakhang, Bangkok in BE 2478, after having heard about Somdej Phra Buddhacharn Toh.



At Wat Rakung he met Luang Phor Nak, who was then abbot of the temple. Luang Phor Nak having met Luang Phor Hin invited him to remain permanently at the temple.

Once again Luang Phor Hin  dedicated his life to conservation and repair of the temple.

Whilst at the temple Luang Phor Hin created many sacred amulets to help gain funds to support the renovation work, clearly demonstrating his  heartfelt dedication to help develop Buddhism in Thailand.

Luang Phor Hin highly respected Phra Buddhacharn Toh. and as such for years collected many old and damaged amulets of the supreme sacred monk. He used this material to create all his amulets, believing that the efficacy would be that much greater.

Apart from the ground somdej amulets he also used many other sacred powders to create his unique mixture, such as Pongpilun , Pongsuriyabart and  Pong Trinisinghe, etc.

During the period B.E.2482 to B.E.2515, Luang Phor Hin created many series of sacred amulets, his most popular were those created in BE 2500, 15 different pims being created. This pim is known as Pim Sam Chan Chae Nam Mon (Pim Yai), beautiful example.

Luang Phor Hin Intawin-yo had lived at Wat Rakhang during the period B.E.2478- B.E.2521, a total of 43 years dedication to the temple. 

He passed away on May 21st, B.E.2521, after having returned from Wat Kluay, Ayudhaya Province on May 19th. He died aged 79 years and served the Buddhist faith for 58 years.


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