7.5 inches high bucha image of the great ‘Somdej Jao Pako Samee Ram’ Pra Luang Por Tuad, in tudong posture with a ‘glod’ umbrella. The image is a replica of the original highest standing Luang Por Tuad statue of Wat Mae Takrai. This bucha statue was released in the ‘Run Sompote’, or ‘Sompochana’ edition of Wat Mae Takrai in the Northern Thai Province of Chiang Mai. The 2556 BE edition also included a series of small romboid shape (diagonal square) coin amulets in various sacred metals.
There is a Luang Por Tuad coin of the same edition inserted into its sacred powder base. The statue is made from smelted sacred brass and bronze alchemical alloys, and covered in a matt black coating. Luang Por Tuad carries a glod, an almsbowl and is using a Naga head walking staff.
It is a most auspicious and powerful image for the altar of any devotee of Luang Por Tuad, and those who seek protection and auspicious blessings of lucky fortunes and wealthy professions.
The Buddha abhiseka blessing ceremony for the Luang Por Tuad Sompochana edition was held at Wat Mae Takrai in Ampher Mae Orn, Chiang Mai, on Sunday the third of March 2013 (2556 BE).
The edition was made to raise funds to complete the exterior finish of the base and statue of the highest standing Luang Por Tuad image in the world at Wat Mae Takrai, which was built in 2551 BE. This huge statue is 25 meters tall, or 45 meters high including the base.
Kata bucha Luang Por Tuad
Namo Potisato Aakantimaaya Itipakawaa.
View this statue in our store here: Pra Bucha Luang Por Tuad (Sacred Brass Statue) – Sompochana Edition of Wat Mae Takrai