Saturday, June 18, 2011

PT Plad of Wat Kok Sung

Wat Kok Sung in Songkhla province is the temple of the late PT Plad, a well-known guru monk who specialized in Kongkapan items as well as LP Tuad amulets. Above we see the temple counter.
The inner altar of the Sala.
The Lersi shrine.
The Jatukam shrine.
The impressive Ubosot.
The PT Plad Vihara, where his undecaying body is displayed.
PT Plad's life-like statue in front of the glass casket, contributed by foreign devotees.
The Pikanet shrine behind the temple gate.
Statues depicting Lord Buddha subduing the bandit Angulimala with his supernormal powers.
The Phra Prom shrine.
The recent batch of Khun Paen buchas made by the temple. This is the last piece there.
Also the new KMT buchas which have been mixed with LP Hok Wat Thakam's old Phra Leela powder.

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