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Baramee Phra specializes in the revered amulets of Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee (หลวงปู่โต๊ะ). Luang Pu Toh, born Pra Raht SangWaLahPiMon, or InTaSuWanNow, came into this world on March 27, BE2430, in Bahn Klong Bang Noi, Jangwat SaMutSongKrahm, near Bangkok. His journey into the monastic life began early, becoming a novice at Wat Pradoochimplee under the guidance of Abbot Pra AtiKan Suk and studying dhamma with Pra Ah Jahn Prom from the same temple.

At the age of 20, on July 16, BE2450, Luang Pu Toh was ordained as a monk. The ordination was conducted by PraKru SamMaNaTamSaMahTahn (Saeng) from Wat PakNam, with PraKru ArGatRahNuSit (Porng) from Wat NuaNooRaDit and PraKru TamMaWiRat (Chei) from Wat GumPaeng serving as receptors. After the passing of Pra Ah Jahn Prom, Luang Pu Toh continued his studies under Luang Por Rong from Wat TahGraBeua in SaMuSahKon Province and later embarked on a Tudong, journeying to many forested areas in Northern Thailand and spending numerous rain retreats there.

Upon his return to Bangkok, Luang Pu Toh assumed the position of abbot at Wat Pradoochimplee. During this time, he developed a close friendship with Luang Por Sod of Wat PakNam. Together, they studied under the renowned Pra Ah Jahn Nohng in SuPhanBuri Province. Following years of study, Luang Pu Toh returned to Bangkok, where he garnered immense popularity and respect.

Luang Pu Toh’s presence was highly sought after for various ceremonies, such as the chanting of amulets, celebrations, and fund-raising events. His name drew crowds and support for these occasions, making him a central figure in many significant events. He participated in numerous mass chantings, including the Pra Somdej Luang Phor Pae Roon Rahk at Wat Suthat in BE2494, the 25 Puttawat chanting in BE2500, the Pra Luang Pu Thuat chanting at Wat Prasat in BE2506B, the Pra Somdej 09 chanting at Wat Bahn Koon Prom in BE2509, and the Pra Somdej Roy Pee chanting at Wat Rakang in BE2515, among others.

The respect for Luang Pu Toh extended beyond the laypeople to the royal family of Thailand, including the 9th King and the present King. This high regard is evident from the numerous photographs of the royal family with Luang Pu Toh.

In BE2463, Luang Pu Toh chanted the first batch of amulets made of Neua Phong, with the Pra Somdej KaToh being the most popular and now highly rare and valuable. Over the years, he continued to chant many batches of amulets of various types, including Pra Pidta, Somdej, Roop Meuan, and Rians. These amulets are renowned for their protective qualities, safeguarding people from accidents and hardships.

Luang Pu Toh passed away on March 5, BE2524, at the age of 93. His legacy lives on through his amulets, which remain highly revered and sought after for their spiritual power and protection.

Baramee Phra Telephone

+65 6338 9456

Baramee Phra Address

149 Rochor Road, Fu Lu Shou Complex, 02-26, Singapore 188425