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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
- Luang Por Chuea Sugawanno (Wat Mai Bampen Bun)
- Luang Phu Nai – Wat Ban Jaeng (Ayuttaya)
- Luang Phu Rod (Wat Bang Nam Won)
- Luang Por Suang Apayo (Wat Chee Ba Khaw)
- Luang Por Nok (Wat Sangkasi)
- Luang Por Lae Tidtappo (Wat Khao Song)
- Luang Por Hyord (Wat Gaew Jaroen)
Takrut Tone Tong Daeng Thak Chueak 3 Inches Luang Phu Rian Wat Bang Rahoeng
The famous Takrut tone of Luang Phu Rian, Gaeji Ajarn Master Monk of Wat Bang Rahoeng, in Nontaburi. This exhibit is a medium large version measuring 3 inches, and is wrapped with bound enchanted Sinjana cord ('Daay Dtra Sangkh) for durability, and to seal the magic within the scroll.
The Takrut of Luang Phu Rian are extremely revered and renowned for their Klaew Klaad Kong Grapan Chadtri Maha Ud and Pokasap Power. Luang Phu Rian's Takrut are amongst the eminent and world famous members of the Tamniab Pra Niyom of the Samakom Pra Krueang Thai, in the category of Krueang Rang Talismanic Charms, and the Category of Nontaburi Master Monk amulets.
This Takrut is for all types of auspicious blessings and protection, and is constructed from Kha Pinto metallic foil, inscribed with Yant (sacred geometry spells), and bound with cords, wrapped by hand whilst performing incantations.
The Takrut is made from Nuea Tong Daeng (sacred copper), and is bound and covered with cord protective shell not only for durability, but the cords possess their own type of magic within them too.
The Takrut were made throughout all eras of Luang Phu Rian's trajectory, with the difference being that the early edition Takrut were made using Tong Daeng copper foil, or Dtakua leaden foils, and later were changed to Kha Pinto aluminium in the latter era. Hence, the type of metal used for the Yantra foil scrolls used, is a way of defining which era of Luang Phu's trajectory the Takrut comes from.
Luang Phu Rian was extremely famous for his Takrut, Bia Gae, and Pla Tapian Koo fish amulets, and his Monk Coins. He was especially favoured for his Pla Tapian lucky fish, which he would make in Origami style fashion from folded silver Yantra Foils, and for his Bailan parchment scroll spells.
The Takrut are amongst the most popular of Luang Phu Rian's most popular amulets from his large repository of Wicha (especially his Takrut Bailan Pitsamorn), and are very rare artifacts to encounter in the present day and age. Highly regarded for their miraculous life saving powers, and ability to attract prosperity. So many stories of miraculous events have been reported by devotees over the years, has served to render the Takrut of Luang Phu Rian as a very powerful amulet for Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad protection.
One can easily say that the Takrut of Luang Phu Rian is an all time Classic Pra Niyom amulet of great fame and esteem, and an amulet that most fans of ancient amulets will have heard of more than once. it is not possible to spend years studying, loving and collecting amulets withough encountering mention opf Luang Phu Rian and his Takrut (especially his Takrut Pitsamorn). In short, an extremely powerful amulet, that is very rare to find, but very much desired.
Biography of Luang Phu Rian, Wat Bang Rahoeng (Born Circa 2439 BE - 2531 BE)
Pra Kroo Nanta Samanawat (Luang Phu Rian Thawaro), was the abbot of Wat Bang Rahoeng, and the Arch Bishop of Bang Grang-Bang Rak Noi Municipality in Nontaburi.
He was born in the year 2539 (Circa), in the town of Nakorn Rachasima (Korat) in the Municipality of Don Madtan. He was born under the name of 'Rian', which means 'coin'. His father's name was Mr. Daeng Sangkarat, and his mother's name was Mrs. Yu Sangkarat. During his youth he lived the normal life of a country town boy, and went through all the adventures and trials and troubled a normal child would go through.
Luang Phu Rian tells of his discovery of his Wicha Kong Grapan Chadtri Klaew Klaad, when he was still a young boy. he was with six of his friends, who decided to go and chase off a group of twenty workers who had come from another province to harvest rice in the fields. So Luang Phu Rian cast some spells to make his gang invincible, and they set out to find the strangers.
It turned out that, despite being only seven of them, they managed to chase off the twenty strangers even though they were attacked with large knives and were outnumbered, and that nobody had a scratch on them, even though their shirts were full of rips and holes from the knives of their enemies. He then realised that he possessed powerful magic when he cast spells, and decided to use his powers to develop Wicha.
Luang Phu Rian was Ordained into the Sangha on 1st July in the year 2470 BE, at Wat Khwan Mueang in Bang Grang, Nontaburi, with Pra Kroo Chum of Wat Pracha Rangsan as his Upachaya Ordaining Officer.
After his Ordination, he went to study in Khon Kaen, and became very well studied and proficient in Dhamma, and attained his Masters Degree. After he received his Masters' Degree, he traveled back to stay at Wat Khwan Mueang. After some time he decided to begin the practice of Tudong Solitary Forest Wandering, to meditate and practice Vipassana Kammathana Mindfulness methods in the forests and mountain caves.
When Luang Phu Rian spent some years on Tudong forest wandering, he met a number of great Kroo Ba Ajarn with powerful Wicha, who bestowed their secrets upon him. He masters a great many Wicha, including his mysterious Takrut Pitsamorn. Luang Phu would distribute the Takrut to devotees whenever he would attend Buddhist Ceremonies and Blessings. Luang Phu was always invited to amulet blessing ceremonies to assist with his empowerments, along with his peers of the time.
He was most often seen present with other colleagues who were great masters of the time, such as Luang Phu To of Wat Pradoo Chimplee, Luang Por Tong Yoo of Wat Mai Nong Pa Ong, Luang Phu Say of Wat Bang Rak Yai, and Luang Por Sud of Wat Ka Long.
Amulets of Luang Phu Rian
The most preferred and sought after amulets of Luang Phu Rian were his Takrut, especially his Takrut Pitsamorn, which became famous after he gave one to a young child to hand round his neck, and the child fell into the river which had a very strong current, but did not drown. His Takrut Tone are renowned for their Kong Grapan Chadtri power after a devotee was shot at point blank range repeatedly, and the devotee's skin was not pierced, but his shirt was full of bulletholes.
The Takrut Jakkapat of Luang Phu Rian became very famous after a Malaysian Devotee who wore one was attacked by somebody with a long sharp rubber tree cutting knife. The devotee's shirt was ripped to shreds from the blade, but his skin was completely unharmed.
It was stories like these which caused Luang Phu Rians many forms of Takrut amulets to become talked about around Thailand and Southeast Asia. Amongst his most famous Wicha takrut are the following' Takrut Tone, 2. Takrut Pitsamorn Lek, 3. Takrut Pistamorn 19, 4. Takrut Klaew Klaad, 5. Takrut Sariga, 6. Takrut Jakkapat, 7. Takrut Sam Kasat, 8. Takrut Maha Ud, 9. Takrut Pokasap, 10. Takrut Hua Jai 108
Other famous amulets of Luang Phu Rian are; 1. Pra Kring - Chaiyawat 2523 BE, 2. Pra Kring - Chaiyawat 2527 BE, 3. Pra Roop Muean 2522, and 2527 BE, 4. 1st Edition Coin (Rian Run Raek) 2516 BE, 5. 2nd Edition Coin (Rian Run Sorng) 2521 BE, 3rd and 4th Edition Coin (Rian Run Sam, Run See), 5. Pra Nakprok Bai Makham 2528 BE, 6. Fifth (and final) Edition Coin (Rian Run Sud Tai) 2531 BE, 7. Various Muan Sarn Sacred Powders Amulets, especially Pra Pid Ta, 8. Many forms of Takrut and other Talismanic Charms, like Bia Gae, Mitmor, Pla Tapian Fish, Look Om, and Takrut.
Luang Phu Rian lived a life free of illnesses and afflictions, until the end of his life, when in the year 2531 BE, he had terrible stomach ache and drank some 'ya Tat' herbal medicine, but it was to no avail. He was transported to hospital and treated, and returned to the temple, but had to keep going back to the hospital as the ailment came back again many times. Finally, hen was ingressed into Thonburi Hospital, and diagnosed with lung cancer, and on the 17th April 2531 BE, he entered Hospital for the final time. On the 27th April 2531 BE, he passed away peacefully at the age of 92, after 62 years of ordained life in the Sangha.