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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Phor Than Na Dham - Wat Phikulthong, Terbak, Tumpat, Kelantan.

'Saksit ' Phor Than Na Dham There isn’t much records on the origins of Phor Than Na Dham but it is estimated at least a century years old. It was believed to be in the temple all this while but kept aside unnoticed. One day, the previous Chief Abbot, Phrakru Vithes Thammaphitaks ( Phor Than Daeng ) has a dream. Luang Phor Na Dham appeared in Pothan Daeng’s dream telling Pothan Daeng to enshrine His Wooden Bucha properly. After Phor Than Daeng woken from his dream, he meditated upon it and realised it wasn’t a dream but rather an instruction from a divine being within the temple. Searching from his memory of his dream the location where Luang Phor Na Dam was sitting and discovered a wooden statue, a very old statue. Phor Than Daeng arranged a proper ceremony to invite 'Saksit' Phor Than Na Dham to occupy the temple’s main shrine. Ever since then, Phor Than Na Dham has always been revered by the lay disciples till now. The temple’s popularity grew with Phor Than Na Dam’s presence. Phrakru Vithes Thammaphitaks ( Phor Than daeng ) Than Daeng's Rian, 1971 Than Chao Khun Vichanvuthikun (Chief Monk of Wat Phikulthong Vararam )

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