Wat Pra-Ngoen of NontaburiProvince is located on the Talingchun Suphanburi Road, Klong Bangmuang Sub-district of Bang Yai
Luang Phor Kram was the former abbot of the temple, along with a number of other temples including Wat Kampang and Wat Saluktai.
Luang Phor Kram is known to have been a student of many famous monks such as Luang Phor Boon of Wat Klangbangkaew, NakonPathomProvince and Luang Phor Parn of Wat Bangnomko, AyudhayaProvince.
His amulets are highly distinctive, stylised and very beautiful making most of them instantly recognisable. Although he passed away over 40 years ago these amulets are still in great demand and are highly collectible.
Some of his most popular pims are made from sacred black powder called Phong Phayataoreun, composed of baked soil and bailarn powder.
You will also note that many of his pims are heavily influenced by those created by his sacred teacher LP Parn.
However the most unique feature is often the turtle or Phra Phya Taoreun on the reverse.
Most experts concur that these amulets are very efficacious and in particular for charm, protection and luck, particularly in court cases and legal affairs. As such this is often a favourite amulet of those involved in the legal profession.
It was said that if a worshipper writes their name and birth date on a piece of paper and place the amulet upon the paper they would easily win disputes or court battles.
Another popular application of his amulets is the creation of sacred water to increase charm when meeting a prospective lover, applying the water to the face.
Luang Phor Kram created many different amulet styles, including Pim Khun Paen, Pim Luang Phor Toh, Pim Kru Wat Bang Krating, Pim Buddha Prokbhoti, Pim Somdej etc.