Pra Pitda amulets blessed by Luang Phor Toh of Wat Praduchimplee are expensive and often beyond the budget of average collectors.
An excellent alternative are a series of Pra Pitda amulets blessed at Wat Salakruen. Luang Phor Toh was one of two senior monks responsible for the creation and blessing, the other being Luang Phor Utama. This particular Jumbo pitda is gilded with gold as it is a committee batch pim evienced by its unique beauty.
These amulets are now highly popular and like those created at Wat Praduchimplee are becoming increasingly more expensive. Not only that they are of an identical composition, essentially the same amulets.
This series of amulets were blessed by many senior monks and the first of three sacred ceremonies was held on January 25th BE 2522 at Wat Rachpatumwanaram (Wat Tar-makam) where monks from nine provinces attended.
Kanchanaburi Province: Luang Phor Utama, Luang Phor Tiang, Luang Phor Ban, Luang Phor Kliang, Luang Phor Lum-yai, Luang Phor Nart and all abbots in the province.
Bangkok: Luang Poo Toh, Luang Por Bunnark, Luang Poo Jew, Luang Phor Tui
Singburi Province: Luang Phor Juan
Samutsakorn Province: Luang Phor Sud
Rachburi Province: Abbot of Wat Wung Manao
Nakon Pathom Province: Abbot of Wat Raiking
Nontaburi Province: Luang Phor Mee
Angtong Province: Luang Phor Klai
Supanburi Province: Luang Phor Tira
The amulets were further blessed between January 26th, to February 2 B.E.2522, at Wat Rachpatumwanaram. Those in attendance were:
Luang Phor Utama, Luang Phor Tiang, Luang Phor Lek, Luang Phor Ban, Luang Phor Kliang, Luang Phor Lum-yai, Luang Phor Nart, Luang Phor Cham, Luang Phor Tui, Luang Phor Sud, Luang Phor Jew, Luang Phor Kee, Luang Phor Juan, Luang Por Tira, Luang Phor Krai, Prarach Punyaporn, Prakru Praditnavakarn and Luang Poo Toh.
Between 06.00 pm - 09.00 pm. on January 26th, B.E.2522, Luang Poo Toh and Luang Por Utama, joined to recite sacred spells in order to transfer power into the amulets.
Furthermore a sacred ceremony was held on February 3rd, B.E.2522, at Wat Salakruen. Those in attendance were; Prarach Pun-yasuthi (HeadMonk of Karnchanaburi Province), Prakru Sopondharmarungsi (Vice Head Monks of Karnchanaburi Province), Pra Samuvichian (abbot of Wat Salakern), Luang Phor Utama (abbot of Wat Wunviwaykaram) and many other sacred monks.