Monk: LP Hong
Temple: Wat Petchburi, Surin
Year Consecrated: BE 2544 (2001)
Size: 4.5cm by 3cm
Material: Metal statue stuffed with LP Hong's hair, 1 gold takrut, bones and other holy materials.
Purpose: Brings wealth, luck, success to worshipper and family. Protects the house and warns the owner of calamities and danger through dreams and other methods.
Comments: This batch was consecrated at Wat Petchburi for Singapore devotees in line with LP Hong's first visit to Singapore. There is a Merlion emblem, a mythical creature with lion head and fish body of a fish used as a mascot of Singapore, on the back of the Kumarn Thong.
LP Hong's Kumarn Thong Altar
Located to the right of the altar is a cabinet storing the toys of LP Hong's Kumarn Thong
Khata or mantra to worship LP Hong's Kumarn Thong