Pra Kring Niramit Choke amulets 2554 Luang Por Jaran – Wat Ampawan

Pra Kring Niramit Choke amulets 2554 edition – Pra Tamma Singh Burajarn (Luang Por Jaran) – Wat Ampawan (Singhburi).

2554 BE –  Luang Por Jaran Niramit Choke edition amulets. Exquisitely selectively fashioned Pra Kring, Chayawat, Somdej, Roop Muean, and Nang Paya amulets for the distinguished collector/devotee.
Pra Kring Niramit Choke - solid gold version

Above; Pra Kring Niramit Choke – Nuea Tong Kam. Between 48 -50 grams of solid gold were used for this amulet, which was made in a limited edition of 69 amulets (sold out).

Above; Pra Kring Niramit Choke Nuea Nava Loha Gae Tong
In this range of amulets, a solid gold version was made for all major models in this edition which consist of;

Pra Kring, Pra Chayawat, Pra Somdej, Roop Muean Luang Por Jaran, Roop Muean Lang Tao and Roop Muean Met Gradum coins, Nakprok met Makham, and Pra Nang Paya amulets.

Pra_Somdej-Niramit-Choke-solid gold

Luang Por Jaran is Internationally famed for his diligent practice and purity of precepts, and decades as a monk have shown his Virtues to be constant and unwavering. A Master of Vipassana and Buddha Magic, both his teachings and his amulets are revered amongst the finest to be encountered in the present Era. This edition of amulets, is called ‘Pra Kring Niramit Choke’ (Kring Buddha conjring up luck and fortune). The edition is the flagship of the range of Pra Kring and Pra Chaiyawat ‘Niramit Choke’ statuettes, and are accompanied by a range of metal coin amulets of the finest craftsmanship and quality materials, in a host of different sacred metals, enamels and models (Pim Song).

In this range, are included;

Pra Kring Niramit Choke (Large Pim with Kring rattle in base) in 5 different metals;

  • Nuea Tong Kam – Solid Gold
  • Nuea Ngern – Solid Silver
  • Nuea Nava Gae Tong Kam (nine sacred metals with a heavy load of Solid Gold – bronze colored)
  • Nuea Nava Gae Ngern (nine sacred metals with a heavy load of Solid Silver – silver colored)
  • Nuea Tong Tip – Temple brass alloys
  • Nuea Tong Daeng – Sacred copper alloys

Pra Chayawat Niramit Choke (small Pim with no Kring in base) in 5 different metals;

  • Nuea Tong Kam – Solid Gold
  • Nuea Ngern – Solid Silver
  • Nuea Nava Gae Tong Kam (nine sacred metals with a heavy load of Solid Gold – bronze colored)
  • Nuea Nava Gae Ngern (nine sacred metals with a heavy load of Solid Silver – silver colored)
  • Nuea Tong Tip – Temple brass alloys

A Range of Exquisitely beautifully designed Pra Somdej Niramit Choke amulets were also included in this edition. The Somdej amulets feature a front face with the Lord Buddha in the Samadhi posture in the moment of his enlightenment. His hands are placed together in Samadhi, and sits on a lotus throne, with a Dhamma wheel below him, and a pair of Deer. The Buddha has an aura of leaves bestowing blossoms in reverence to Lord Buddhas enlightenment. This Buddha bestows great blessings and lucky auspicious fortune, improving Karma and Horoscope with its Sacred Puttakun and Serm Duang Power.

Above; Luang Por Jaran – Niramit Choke edition amulets 2554 BEPra Somdej Niramit Choke – Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Hnaa Tong Kam.
Solid Silver with luxurious Ya Rachawadee enamel finish and solid gold Buddha image embossed. A True Modern Masterpiece of Sacred Buddhist Art

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Hnaa Tong KamAbove; Pra Somdej Niramit Choke Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Hnaa Tong Kam.
Solid Silver Amulet, with luxurious green red and blue Ya Rachawadee enamels, and Solid Gold Buddha Image – 2 Nagas on the rear face.

The above 3 versions of Pra Somdej Niramit Choke amulets in Solid Silver and Ya Rachawadee enamels with Solid Gold, were also made with Painted Buddha Image instead of Solid Gold, at a somewhat more affordable price.

Somdej_Niramit_Choke_Silver_Enamels_Paint

Above; Pra Somdej Niramit Choke Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Paint See

Somdej Niramit Choke Buddha silver red enamel, and painted image

This version is a Solid Silver Amulet, with luxurious painted Buddha Image, and Ya Rachawadee enamels – 2 Nagas on the rear face.

Silver, Blue and red enamel, and painted image

Both the painted and the solid gold image versions were made in three color combinations.

The same selection of Gold enameled and painted enameled silver coins were made in the form of Pra Nang Paya amulets, also in three colors, with gold image or with painted image.

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke Nuea Tong Daeng – Sacred Copper Alloys

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke Nuea Tong Daeng (copper alloys)

A very few of each type of amulet were made in solid gold for large donation givers. The folowing models were made in gold;
Pra Kring, Pra Chayawat, Pra Somdej, Rian Sema Chalu Lai Yok Sum Payanak  Luang Por Jaran, Roop Muean Lang Tao Luang Por Jaran coins,  Pra Nak Prok Bai Makham, and Pra Nang Paya amulets.

Pra Somdej Nang Paya Niramit Choke

Solid Gold Pra Nang Paya

The Nang Paya were made in silver and Ya Rachawadee enamel with either Solid Gold or painted Images. In addition, they were made in gold micron plating and also in glazed ceramic powder base, of which three colors were made (orange, green and yellow).

Pra Nang Paya Niramit Choke red and green enamels with gold image

Above; Pra Nang Paya Niramit Choke Silver with Blue Ya Rachawadee Gold Image.

Above; Pra Somdej Nang Paya Niramit Choke Nuea Ngern (Solid Silver) Long Ya Rachawadee (Enamel coating) Paint see (painted image).

With Green front and Blue rear face

silver with blue enamel (left) - bronze with gold plated micron (right)

Both the Pra Somdej, and Pra Nang Paya Niramit Choke range of amulets were made in a set of three colors of powder based amulets with a colored glazed ceramic coating.

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke - Sacred Powders with Red Ceramic Glaze

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke  – Sacred Powders with Red Ceramic Glaze

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke - Sacred Powders with Green Ceramic Glaze

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke  – Sacred Powders with Green Ceramic Glaze

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke - Sacred Powders with Yellow Ceramic Glaze

Pra Somdej Niramit Choke  – Sacred Powders with Yellow Ceramic Glaze

Pra Nang Paya Nuea Pong Wan Klueap See - Luang Por Jaran

Pra Nang Paya Nuea Pong Wan Klueap See – Luang Por Jaran – Sacred Powders with green ceramic color glaze.

Pra Nang Paya Nuea Pong Wan Klueap See - Luang Por JaranPra Nang Paya Nuea Pong Wan Klueap See – Luang Por Jaran
Sacred Powders with colored ceramic glaze – available in three different colors (red, green or yellow ochre).

Rian Sema Chalu Lai Yok Sum Payanak  Por Jaran

A wide variety of versions of these most beautifully fashioned coins were made, in various metals and combinations of Rachawadee enamels. The top level entry was made in Solid Gold with Black enamel and had a total of 59 amulets made in limited edition.

Rian_LP_Jaran_Chalu_Lai_Yoksum_Paya-Nak Solid Gold edition

Rian LP Jaran Chalu Lai Yoksum Paya Nak – Nuea Tong Kam

The craftsmanship of these Coins is absolutely top class with extremely intricate and finely honed  design combined with fine grade engineering to create an immensely collectible and valuable piece of Fine Sacred Art.

A large number of different colors in gold micron, solid silver, Pink Gold, and bronze coins were made, totaling thirteen types in all in the Sema Chalu type coins, with the Rian Noon Hlang Tao =coins having another total of ten types of coin using the following metals;

1. solid gold, 2. silver with enamels , 3. gold face, 4. silver with enamels, 5. Nava Loha,  6. Tong Tip, and 7. Tong Daeng

Rian Noon Hlang Tao

Rian Noon Hlang Tao (turtle back bulging coin) - LP jaran (solid gold)

Above; Rian Noon Hlang Tao (turtle back bulging coin) – LP Jaran – Nuea Tong Kam (solid gold)

Above; Rian Noon Hlang Tao Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Hnaa Tong Kam – Solid Silver with red Rachawadee enamels and Solid Gold Face (Solid Silver with Solid Gold and green enamel).

Solid Silver with Solid Gold face, and blue enamelAbove – Rian Noon Hlang Tao LP Jaran Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee Hnaa Tong Kam – Solid Silver with Blue Enamel and Solid Gold face

Rian Noon Hlang Tao - Solid Silver with Green Enamel and solid Gold_FaceBelow – Solid Silver with Green, Blue or Red Enamels (no gold face).

Above; Rian Noon Hlang Tao LP Jaran Nuea Ngern Long Ya Rachawadee – Solid Silver with Enamels – 3 colors available.

Pure solid Silver with blue enamel coin amulet

Rian Noon Hlang Tao Nuea Nava Loha, Nuea Tong Tip (below).

Rian Noon Hlang Tao Nuea Tong-Daeng + Pra Nakprok Bai Makham (solid gold)

Above; Rian Noon Hlang Tao Nuea Tong-Daeng + Pra Nakprok Bai Makham (solid gold)

Comission, Creation and Blessing of the Niramit Choke Edition Amulets at Wat Ampawan;

The Amulets were officially Comissioned requesting LP Jaran to sign his name to give permission for the making of these amulets, and an official Puttapisek/Tewapisek ceremony was held at Wat Ampawan. These amulets are destined to remain valuable and steadily increase in value due to the fact that they are entering into the official catalogs of the amulet collector and appreciation societies, which makes for easy identification and evaluation. This is the main requirement for an amulet to be able to stay the pace and be regarded as a preferred classic, and increase in value with age. LP Jaran’s amulets are thus not only sacred and lend protection and blessings, but are also a good investment.


Luang Por Jaran gives his permission and blessings for the sponsor comittee to make the amulets.

Below; Piti Buang Suang Taepayadaa – Paying Respect to and making offerings to the Devas, and calling them to assist in witnessing and empowering the amulets.


Muan Sarn Ingredients and scense from the Puttapisek Empowerment Ceremony

Above – Luang Por Jaran