History of the "Ring" began in Tibet and China, so called. Tibetan Bell and the Ring The bell is a Buddha to help the world, or call it. "Lord Buddha" is a Buddha of the Mahayana, which means. He is a teacher in the field of medicine. It was very popular. Popular in Khmer called. Ubud The bell rang. And Phra Phuttha Suriyawong
According to the beliefs, the teacher led the prayer bell to bathe the Buddha water and drink it with the belief. It also has the power to help eliminate all dangers. I will pray for happiness, fortune, anything will be successful in all respects.
Because of this, the most popular model of the Buddha. The ring is packed into small metal tablets. Within the Buddha In order to shake the sound. Prayer for blessings from the Buddha will be heard and come down to help dispel the distress ring to three sizes are large. For small house worship for worship and worship hanging. Miniature for worship is called Phra Chai or Phra Chaiwat. (Not ringing because of the miniature)
The ring is made of metal or metal, 9 types of gold, silver, copper, antimony, tin, zinc, mercury, blue, according to the text of the sacred sacred metal teacher. It is believed that when the 9 metals are combined, the gems will be medicinal properties by bringing the ring to soak in clean water for 1 hour (4 hours) to act. Put the ring in the calm water. Do not shake and then pray, drink or bath, so the Buddha has a bell. And the properties of metal from the Sacred Sacramental.
For many famous gods, magic is very popular. The present is extremely rare. I need to raise the ring. The bishop did not make much. The cause of the bell. Because once. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is a cholera. HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn His precepts have been treating patients with cholera. With the ringing in the water. Make water Buddha. Then give it to the patient to drink, it disappears miraculously.
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