The Khiaw Paya Nacharach amulets are a special released blessed in a historic first time ritual with the simultaneous lighting of seven victory candles instead of one, to invite Seven Naga Kings of Bodhala to come and allow parts of their minds to dwell within the amulets of this series. These Khiaw Nakarach are forged from Sacred Brass alloy, mixed with Chanuan Muan Sarn metals from the great Jao Khun Tong Chai (of Wat Traimit), which was donated from Ajarn Laks Rekha Nites for the making of these amulets.
The Khiaw Paya Nak amulets are forged in the shape of the fangs of a serpent, with a Naga coiled around the tooth, which has Khom Kata Akom Agkhara inscriptions on it. The amulets were made in various types of base metals mixed with sacred Chanuan, as follows; 1. Solid Gold versions (only 9 made), with Khom letter “NA” codestamp 2. Solid Silver (99 made) with the Khom letter “MA” codestamp 3. Nuea Albaca (3,999 made), with Khom Agkhara letter “PA” codestamp 4. Italian Bronze mixed with Sacred Chanuan, some in rainbow metallic effect, some in matt bronze effect (5,999 made) with Khom Agkhara “TA” codestamp 5. Nuea Samrit with Sacred Chanuan (6,999 made) and 6. Nuea Tong Tip with Sacred Chanuan (12,999 made)
The edition was made to help raise funds for helping with various projects, including; 1. The building of an Uposatha Shrineroom at Wat Kam Jaroen in Sakon Nakorn 2. Help pay for the building of the ‘Somdej Pra Puttajarn Sanit’ Dhamma Hall building of Wat Gaew Suwan Dtum Pa in Nakorn Panom and 3. To finance the building of a Dhamma practice hall at Wat Jao Arm in Bangkok
The Sacred Chanuan Muan Sarn metals which were used in the smelting ceremony to forge the sacred Alloys for this edition included the following; 1. Chanuan Pra Kring Nava Loha from Jao Khun Tong Chai (Wat Traimit) 2. Chanuan Muan Sarn from the casting ceremony of the Pra Um Badtr and the Pra Jakkapat Buddha statues, using the metallic residues and pong Tabai filings from these Buddhas as Sacred ingredients
His holiness Pra Jao Khun Tong Chai of Wat traimit had passed these Sacred Metals through various empowerment ceremonies at various temples as he carried them around to receive blessings and empowerment before their use. He had the Chanuan blessed at Wat Pra Sai in Nong Kai, Wat Jao Aarm in Bangkok, and at Wat Pradoo Aram Luang (temple of Pra Maha Surasak), before finally presenting the Chanuan for use in the smelting of the Naga Fangs.
The amulets were blessed at Wat Pratat Panom in front of the Chedi Buddha Relic Stupa, beseeching the Buddha Relic within to lend its powers to the amulets. Wat Pratat Panom is one of the great Pilgrimage Temples of Thailand with a Buddha Relic within its Chedi Stupa, and one of the most historically important Buddhist Temples in the Country.
A host of Great Buddhist Master Monks of the Nortth and North eastern regions of Thailand attended to perfrom the 7 fold Deva Abhiseka to invoke the Naga Kings of Bodhala, and empower the amulets, including; Pra Manghala Suti (Luang Phu Khaeg) of Wat Suntora Pradit, in Pitsanuloke 2. Pra Taep Radtana Nayok, of Wat Pratat Haripunchai in Lampun 3. Pra Kroo Wimol Bun Gosala of Wat Wimoon Niwas in Roi Et 4. Pra Kroo Boworn Potiwat of Wat Pratat Sri Kun in Nakorn Panom 5. Pra Racha Radtanalongorn, of Wat Po Chai in Nong Kai 6. Pra Racha Siriwat of Wat Sawang Suwanaram in Nakorn Panom 7. Pra Kroo Wisutti Meti, Vice-Abbot of Wat Pratat Panom, in Nakorn Panom 8. Pra Kroo Pawana Sope, of Wat Pha Tamma Sope in Lopburi, and various other monks of high repute in attendance.
Below you can view a gallery of photos from the Amulet Blessing Ceremony at Wat Pratat Panom. The first ever ceremony in history with seven different victory candles lit by seven master monks simultaneously, to summon all seven chosen Kings of Bodhala to attend, and listen to the Dhamma in the Buddha Abhiseka/Deva Abhiseka.