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The Five Grand Set of Lacquered Powder Phra Pidta
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Luang Pho Kaew
Pim Yai (Front)
Luang Pho Kaew
Pim Yai (Back)
Luang Phhu Ieam Sien KlomClick to enlarge Luang Phu Jeen Pim Yai KaengmonClick to enlarge
Luang Phhu Ieam
Sien Klom
Luang Phu Jeen
Pim Yai Kaengmon
Luang Phu Khai Pim YaiClick to enlarge Phra Pid-Ta Wat PlubClick to enlarge
Luang Phu Khai
Pim Yai
Phra Pid-Ta
Wat Plub
Phra Pid-Ta (A Buddhist Saint on eyes' closed gesture) It is believed that Phra Pid-Ta has derived its inspiration figure directly from a khmer tradition or indirectly from a tradition which itself drew upon Khmer art. Such influence is adapted to the local belief-becomes established.

This development gives rise to the amulet of Phra Pid-Ta in the Ayuthaya period. It is believed that Phra Pid-Ta represented one of a Buddhist Saint-Phra Kawampati.

The Five Grand Set of Lacquered Powder Phra Pid-Ta has been ranked as the following :

  1. Phra Pid-Ta Luang Pho Keow
  2. Phra Pid-Ta Luang Pu Ieam
  3. Phra Pid-Ta Luang Pu Cheen of Wat Talad
  4. Phra Pid-Ta Luang Pu Khai of Wat Cheang Lane
  5. Phra Pid-Ta Luang Pu Poo of Wat Nok, Chonburi

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