Phra Upakut Buddha Takrut Amulet - Guru Monk Luang Poh Tan Khiaw
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Phra Upakut Buddha Takrut Amulet - Guru Monk Luang Poh Tan Khiaw :
Phra Upakut Buddha Takrut Amulet
from the Master Guru Monk Luang Poh Tan Khiaw
Temple Wat Huay Ngo , Pattani province
! powerful blessed by himself !
Prah Upakut – Prah Bua Khem : Arahant of Protection and Riches
back of the Takrut amulet Garuda , a legendary bird-like creature in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain mythology
made from sacred metals 4,0 cm / 1.6 inch
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Luang Poh Tan Khiaw or, ‘Pra Kroo Anusaasanagijatorn’, of Wat Aranyawasigaram (locals call the temple ‘Wat Huay Ngo’)
Poh Tan Khiaw is one of the Great Southern Khao Or Master Guru Monks,
residing as Abbot of Wat Huay Ngo temple, in Pattani.
His fame for empowering amulet of the Luang Phu Tuad lineage mastery is eminent and internationally known.
Prah Upakut – Prah Bua Khem : Arahant of Protection and Riches :
Prah Upakut , otherwise known as Prah Bua Khem, was an Arahant who the Buddha praised for his great magical powers,
and who was said by the Lord Buddha to be the most powerful of all the Arahants.
Before the Buddha entered Nirvana, he asked Prah Upakut to remain alive until the coming of Prah Arya Sri Maedtrai (Maitreya),
and protect the Buddha Sasana and the teachings of the Dhamma.
It is believed by Thai Buddhists, that he is still alive to this day, and resides in the middle of the Great Ocean, with a Lotus leaf on his head,
and remain alive throughout the Aeons to rise to the assistance of the Dhamma whenever needed, and to help Sentient Beings.
Khem means needle and has a questioning tone to it when pronounced (rising).
Prah Upakut was a Monk in the times of Maharaja Asoka the Indian king who first promoted Buddhism.
In this time Buddhism was experiencing a lot of disarray and downfall because a lot of false people
were entering Monkhood just to make money or eat free.
As a result the local people did not have much faith and were losing their faith in Buddhism.
King Asoka (we call Asoke in Thai) was then calling upon the monks to do something –
they had a comitteee meeting and it came about that some monks knew of a monk called Prah Upakut who was sat in the
“belly button of the Ocean” (Sader Tale), meditating and entering Nirodha and Samabhati state of meditation
(enlightened and free from suffering).It wold have been so difficult to find a monk whose practise and purity was higher than this one
– so they decided to elect him to be the leader of the Sangha in order to save Buddhism
Katha / Mantra Prah Upakut :
Mahaa Upakuto Mahaa Laapo PuttoLaapang Sappe Chanaa Pahoo Chanaa Raachaa Buriso Itheeyomaa Namo Joeraa Metaa
Jidtang Ehi Jidtang Jidtang Biyang Mama Satewagang Manussaanang Sappalaapang Pawandtume EhiJidti Jidtang Pantanang Upakudta
Ja Mahaa tero Puttasaawaga Anupaawena Maara Wichaya Nirapaya Dtechabunyadta Ja Tewadtaanambi Manussaaanambi Ehi Jidtang
Biyang Ma Ma Imangkaaya Pantanang Atithaami Ba Ayyisudtang Ubajsa-i