All kinds of ingredients mentioned above are thoroughly mixed in bulk. The five molds named as follows;
- Pim Yai
- Pim Krang
- Pim Lek
- Pim Tor
- Pim Teun
In the year B.E. 2480, a local peaple had found an amulet protruding from the ground at the vicinity of Wat Mahawan. He took the amulet back home to worship and found that the amulet had special powers to protect him from danger on many occasions. That's why the amulet was named "Phra Rod", because the word Rod in the Thai language means "saved owner from danger".
After that the local had told the story to his friends and soon it became a "Biggest News" in Lumpoon Province. Scores of people hastily went to the temple and attempted to recover further amulets by digging into every part of the temple ground. The more they dug, the more amulets were found. As a result they never stopped digging until the whole ground of the temple was riddled with holes. It was said that they had dug for several days continuously until nothing further was found.
Apart from their holy power, Phra Rod Wat Mahawan amulets are considered to be priceless, part of Thailand's valuable ancient heritage. Even though thousand years had passed, the amulets were unbelievably in superb condition which might be said is proof of the holiness of Phra Rod Wat Mahawan amulets. Amulet experts said that Phra Rod Wat Mahawan amulets were all in good shape, after the diggers cleaned them with water, they could see every line and emboss of the amulets so clearly.
Among the Haripunjaya tablets, other tablets such as Phra Kong and Phra Bang were also recovered. At present they are among the most desirable of all amulets. The majority of these small tablets represent the pre-Enlightenment theme, that is, the Buddha seated in the bhumisparsamudra with his legs crossed in vajrasana under the bodhi tree. Some depict bodhi leaves alone; others depict leaves as well as twigs.