Some of the most famous monks present included Luang Phor Ngeun of Wat Don-yai-hom, Luang Phor Toh of Wat Pradoochimplee, Luang Phor Fun Archaro of Wat Tumkham, Luang Phor Pang of Wat Udomkongkakirikett, Luang Phor Wan of Wat Doy-mapung, Kru Baprohmchaksangwora of Wat Prabuddhabattakpa, Luang Phor Toep of Wat Changpuek , Luang Phor Kasem Khemako of Triluksana Graveyard, Luang Phor Kom of Wat Pai-rongwua, Luang Phor Thira of Wat Pa-lae-lai, Luang Phor Ode of Wat Junsen, Luang Phor Pae of Wat Phikultong.
Luang Phor Tanom had created Pranangphaya B.E.2514 amulets in two sizes, the big size (or Pim-yai), and the small size (Pim-lek). Both of these amulets we are pleased to say are now in stock. Essentially these amulets are recognized as probably the best NangPhaya amulets created in modern Thai history, and are highly recommended for any serious amulet collector, or indeed anyone who is interested to acquire a high quality sacred amulet at an affordable price.
Luang Phor Tanom was highly respected as the father of Phra Nangphaya's legend because the original sacred Phra Nangphaya amulets were found while he was still the abbot of Wat Nangphaya. He also re-created this new series of Phra Nangphaya amulets with the sacred powder ground from the broken fragments of the original ancient amulets.
Phra Nangphaya B.E.2514 amulets are highly desirable and very popular amongst worshippers and amulet experts alike. It is generally accepted that the consecration of these amulets in BE 2514 represented one the greatest ceremonies ever held in living memory, and unlikely to ever occur again in the future.