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Rare amulet B.E.2513 Phraya Pichai Daap Hak copper coin in popular imprint
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Name: B.E.2513 Phraya Pichai Daap Hak copper coin in popular imprint
From: Phraya Pichai Daap Hak shrine, Utaradit province
Material of amulet: this powerful amulet created from copper mixed with holy Yant sheets from top monks around Thailand such as LP See of Wat Thamkhao Boonnak, LP Waen of Wat Doimaepung and other.
Size of amulet: 2.5 cm x 3.5 cm
Year of create: B.E.2513 (C.E.1970)
Ceremony: there were top monks around Thailand joined to bless Phraya Pichai Daap Hak amulet on auspicious day such as
Power: Phraya Pichai Daap Hak amulet is very well known in Thailand because can protect worshiper from dangerous, weapons, accident, black magic and ghost.
Special: there is holy Yant in the back of coin to increase powerful.
Biography of Phraya Pichai Daap Hak:
Phraya Pichai or popularly known as Phraya Pichai Daap Hak. Phraya Pichai of the shattered sword) (1741 – 1782) was a historic Mon hero of Thonburi period who fought with a sword in each hand until one was broken.
Phraya Pichai was a Siamese general serving under King Taksin. After the fall of Ayutthaya in 1767, Phraya Pichai and Chao Phraya Chakri (who later become the first King of Chakri Dynasty) followed Phraya Taksin in repelling the Burmese and reuniting Siam. They were considered Phraya Taksin’s left and right hands.
In 1782, King Taksin showed signs of mental illness. At that time, the nation still lacked stability and was in need of a strong ruler. King Taksin was deposed and later executed following a coup, after which Chao Phraya Chakri took the throne. Phraya Pichai, a devout follower of King Taksin, was not spared, and by most account, requested for his own execution to follow King Taksin to his death. He was executed soon after.
He gained the name Phraya Phichai Daabhak or Phraya Pichai Broken Sword in a battle in which he kept fighting (and won) even after one of his blades (daab) was broken in half.
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