Luang Pu Tim Wat lanhanrai Salika Tarkut code "3" Made For Wat Pho Sampan B.E 2518 Stamped with 3 Code (Rare) Asking For SGD$350 This piece of Salika Takrut is wrapped with the same material as the loop om made in Wat Pho Sampan and coded with code 3. As compared to the takurt inserted on the loop om, this piece contain a longer piece of tarkut which makes it even rarer than loop om. Coded with code 3 and this piece is considered the longer piece among the salika tarkut because it comes in various length. Chanted by Luang Pu Tim, Wat Lanhanrai, Luang Pu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee, Luang Phor Mern, Wat Nern Ta Mak and many many more great monks of the era during the first chanting. After the ceremony, Luang Pu Tim took it back to Wat Lanhanrai and chanted it for another 8 months before passing away on October B.E 2518. -All these comes in different sizes as it is hand-made and was taught by Abbot of Wat Pho Sampan and instructed by Luang Pu Tim himself. Material used in the loop om were, old amulets, old Buddha bucha, famous Luang Pu Tim's Pong Plaii Kuman powder, Luang Pu Tim's hair and "Saisin" and many other holy items in it. Well known for great metta, maha senah, smooth sailing of life, protection and even wealth as Salika tarkut can be kept in the pocket, it caters to people who cannot wear amulet work as it can be clipped onto your pocket or even in your bag.