Tiger Fang by LP Pan Wat Bang Hia early batch
Name : Luang Phor Parn
Temple : Wat Bang Hia
Province : Samutprakarn
Date of Birth : 2368
Deceased : 2453
Luang Phor Parn was born during the reign of King Rama III in 2368. He was the abbot of Wat Bang Hia ( Samutprakarn Province ). The name of the temple was subsequently change to Wat KlongDan when the area was rename KlongDan and finally Wat MongKonKotawas by King Rama V. Luang Phor Parn was very well known in the reign of King Rama V. The King appointed him a Clergyman who mastered in meditation and frequently called him " The Jungle Clergyman ".
Luang Phor Parn once called for the Tiger Fang laid down upon the riverbed up in the presence of the King, the story has been told through out Thailand since than. To become an honorary Clergyman in those old days, one's works and fame had to be obvious. Each carved Tiger Fang of Luang Phor Parn was very well known for it's power. This carved Tiger Fang of his is quite magical with graphical Buddhist mantra that he had engraved on them, the object is then an applicable talisman that could turn the owner to an invulnerable and powerful figure.
This reputation of this object has legendary been talked upon since those old days. Some local folks have been told that the Fang itself could jump like a living Tiger, each piece of the object has then been sacred by the folks living in Bang Hia. Reasons why Luang Phor Parn used the tooth of Tiger as an sacred object could be based upon his belief that the Tiger is a powerful King of animals in the forest, those dependent animals are all afraid of it's power. It's smell and it's stripes over it's body could lure most of the animals. The Tiger is also very fast and smart while it's attack is very swift and the result of such attack could surely be promised.
By this consequences, Luang Phor Parn than decided to make use of each Fang available for the purpose. Luang Phor Parn himself strictly practiced ritually routine activities, he was very skillful for meditation and doing the pilgrimage. His words were very sacred and paid attention to by those who met him and heard them. He possessed magic perception that help him read the other's mind and foreseeable event's, he has been than considered as one of those Buddhist monks of magic perception in Thailand. Whatever he picked up could be put into sacred object by his power of mantra if he wished to. No matter how masterful Luang Phor Parn was, he passed away in 2453 when he aged 86. Ever since that day, his records of magic regarding the Tiger Fang have been told from one to another up to these days.
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