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- Ajarn Nong Wat Sai Khaw
- Luang Por Daeng Wat Khao Bandai It
- Luang Por Guay Chudtintaro Wat Kositaram
- Por Tan Nam Puttasaro Wat Don Sala
- Luang Por Phaew – Wat Tanode Luang
Pra Prok Po 2536 BE Nue Wan Pasom Pong Puttakun Hlang Yant - Luang Por Huad Wat Don Po Tong
Rare Sacred Powder Amulet bearing the image of Luang Por Huad, under the Bodhi Tree, with Sacred Yantra on rear face, from 2536 BE.
Pra Kroo Bricha Wutikhun, otherwise known as Luang Phu Huad, of Wat Don Po Tong, in Supanburi was in his trajectory as a Buddhist Guru Monk apprenticed to an impressive list of Great Magical Masters, including Luang Por Opasi, and Luang Por Sorn (Wat Pha Lae Lai).
He practised Mastery of Vipassana Kammathana techniques at Wat Khao Dee Salak, amd during his residence there, he was responsible for successfully improving and developing the temple and raising it to a status of regional importance.
Because of this,he attained a very large following of Devotees. Luang Phu Huad was then appointed as the Abbot of Wat Don Po Tong, where he subsequently also continued to perform restorations and develop the temple right up to the time of his passing away on the 15th August in 2539 at the age of 86.
Luang Por Huad was known to be a 'Pra Mee Wajasit' who apoke little and would never speak ill of others, or in a negative manner. he would never argue about anything or disagree with people, preferring to avoid speaking than entering into any disagreement with others. He was known to only speak truths, and never speak things which were uncertain.
Luang Por Huad adhered very strictly to the Buddhist Vinaya Rulesof the Ordained Monks Vinaya Pitaka Canon, amd was a very diligent practitioner.
He made quite a large number of different amulets during his life, some of whuch are very expemsive and rare to find, such as his 'Rian Por Sor 10', the Pra Chai Esso, and the Pra Tong Kam amongst many others, but his most highly sought after and rarest of all amulet, is his Pra Kring, because only 84 of them were made in total.
Almost every single edition of amulets of Luang Por Huad produced at least one News story of a Miraculous Event attributed to a devotee wearing one of his amulets. Ten Years after his passing away, his body was found to have turned dark black-blue and hardened into 'Nil' which is considered to be Sapphire, and he is revered throughout the Supanburi Province as a Miracle Monk.