Bottle Sarira Pra Tath Buddha Relics Monk Sakayamuni Magic Fortune Thai Amulet 1

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Vendedor: Top-Rated Seller love_noyna_amulet (92) 100%, Ubicación del artículo: Amphoe Kamphaeng Saen, Realiza envíos a: Worldwide, Número de artículo: 303020336759 BOTTLE SARIRA PRA TATH BUDDHA RELICS MONK SAKAYAMUNI MAGIC FORTUNE THAI AMULET 1 welcome" thai amulet have power and holy "" If you believe in it, the best everything will come into your life. " Amulet name : BOTTLE SARIRA PRA TATH BUDDHA RELICS MONK SAKAYAMUNI MAGIC FORTUNE THAI AMULET 1Maker : OLD GEJI SIAMAge : Post-1940Region of Origin : Southeast Asia The meaning of the words about the Buddha’s relics "Phra Parama Sareerikathad" (Sarīrika Dhātu) in Thailand refers to relics which originated from the Lord Buddha,this term is not use for the relics of his disciples. "Phra Thad" (Dhātu) refers to the bone or any part of the body such as hair, nail, teeth, skin, blood, etc. which are different to those of ordinary people. These relics resembles pebble, stone, glass, diamond, etc. Normally, the word "Phra Parama Sareerikathad" has the same meaning as "Buddha's relics". And the term "Phra Thad" means "the Relics". Even though the word "Relics" is not limited to just the the physical appearances, It usage is slighty different in Thai. The types of the Buddha's relics Most of the Buddha relics are found to be different to the bone of the ordinary people. However, we have found certain Buddha's relics which looks the same as human bones from the Buddhist sanctuaries or museums in countries like Thailand, Sri Lanka and India. They can be divide into 2 main groups: 1. The Buddha’s relics which looked like Dhātu These kind are found mainly in Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Myanmar, etc. They are mentioned in the Tipitaka. In Thailand, they are placed in Buddhist sanctuaries of temples. 2. The Buddha's relics which looked like bone These kind are found only in the ancient places in India. The British Government presented them twice to Thailand in the period of King Rama V, he was pleased to allocate them in the Golden Mount of Wat Sraket in Bangkok and the Chedi Sri Mahathat of Wat Phra Sri Mahathat, Bangkhen. Characteristics of the Buddha's relics These characteristics are observed and accepted by all Buddhists , they can be described as follows: - found in various clarity and colors such as crystal clear or opaque, white like the conch shell, gold, black, pink, red, etc.- found in different shapes which looks like rice grain, cabbage seed and broken bean , etc.- The smaller ones will float when place in water and attract each another when float together.- They can increase or decrease by themselves.- Their colour and size can change by themselves.- Most of them are lighter compared to ordinary stones of the same size. The history of the arising of Buddha’s relics The cause of arising of the Buddha’s relics was from the desire of our Lord Buddha before his Parinibbāna (the Great Decease of the Buddha). Normally, the Buddha who lived a long life to settle the Buddhist Legend, had his own relics in a piece of natural golden bar, which could not be shared among the people in their Buddha period and could not be placed anywhere. Hence the construction of the Buddhist sanctuary was required to be done in one place only. Our present Lord Buddha (Sakyamuni Buddha) considered that his teaching period was only 45 years which he thought not too much compared with the previous Buddhas. He also thought that his instructions were not expanded enough and taught to those who were not yet born on time in his legend. Anyone who received his relics for respecting would get a lot of Puñña (the accumulation of good blessing, fortune or well-being) so he wished that his relics be scattered to all directions except 7 pieces (1 frontal bone, 4 teeth and 2 collarbones). All of the above mentioned information was presented identically such as in the Sumaṅgalavilāsinī, Paṭhama Sambodhi Kathā by the Supreme Patriarch Kromphra Paramanujitajinorasa, Mulasāsanā Scripture, Jinakalamalipakaranam by Ven. Ratanapanna Thera and Phrachaolieplok Scripture. PaymentWe accept PayPal only. Shipping-Free Shipping Handling WORLDWIDE. -The package will be shipped directly from Thailand via Standard Small package Airmail By Thailand Post. **FREE tracking number**-Your item will be shipped within 2-3 business day after payment completed.(Exclude Public holidays and Weekends)-It will take about 10-28 business days. Return policy- If you have any problems.-You can tell me always by message.-I will resolve a problem for you, hope you happy.-If you are not satisfied with the item, please return it within 14 days. -You must contact me first and you are responsible for the return shipping costs. -Refunds will be issued once I have received the item in the same condition. If you are happy with the purchases item. please help to leave a positive feedback and 5-star rating.I will do the same for you!Your recognition is much appreciated and will encourage us to serve you better thank you very much. :)" Thank you " Condition: Good. BOTTLE SARIRA PRA TATH BUDDHA RELICS MONK SAKAYAMUNI MAGIC FORTUNE THAI AMULET 1, Type: Amulets, Region of Origin: Southeast Asia, Age: Post-1940, Primary Material: SARIRA (BONE), Maker: OLD GEJI SIAM, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Color: AS PICTURE, Featured Refinements: Antique Buddha Relic Insights Exclusivo
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