Phra Ngang, male and female ...How did this happen??
This information is a small part that may make the classification of Phra Ngang more concise.
Let me first say that Phra Ngang in ancient times actually existed in 3 poses.
1. Normal type (that is with Chada and long hair type)
2. Pim ordained (bald head)
3. Print King (There is a king's costume)
Where did the male Ngang and the female Ngang come from..?
This information comes from the ancient Phra Ngang, some prints at the base of Phra Ngang in front of which there are ancient Thai words with the content of "Inngang" and "Nang Phaya Ngang", which are ancient Thai characters that have been used by the ancient people before. Phra Ngang under the base has soil, both King dress and no dress. There are many sizes, many molds, but found that it is Phra Bald-headed Ngang looks like a meditating man. Some areas are called Engang, some areas are called Ying Ngang, so it is the origin of the understanding that it is a mother Ngang or a female Ngang in one era.
This information comes from the print of Phra Ngang type one, which is a very rare type. Found around 5 pieces in the society. Phra Ngang is Phra Ngang under a soil base. Print the appearance of a woman with long hair that sits like a woman. Wear a visor and a sabai. At the base of the front there is an ancient Thai word that says "Nang Phaya Ngang". This type is clearer if you can use the definition of mother Ngang or female Ngang.
from years of research with qualified teachers and monks who have knowledge of Phra Many Ngang people came out as follows. Phra Ngang male and female are hypothetical in a certain period. From some type of Phra Ngang type such as Nang Phaya Ngang or Engang bald head and some normal type with long hair that looks like a woman. in the steaming era The other bald-headed Ngangs were therefore regarded as female Ngangs as well. If explaining, type Phra. Ngang with long hair will have The grille covers the head and there will be a noticeable penis erected between the hands and there will be no breasts like a woman.
After meeting Ingang or Ngang, female in the old era Therefore, Mae Ngang was born according to belief. And has been built later on until the present era, according to different regions, Ngang will be called differently, for example, I Ngang, Ngang, Father Ngang, Ngang, Father Ngang, Ngang, male and female, etc., depending on the accent of the people in that region. and the so-called era changed according to the area where Phra Ngang has gone to stay..
At present, in some groups of society, it is interpreted that Phra Ngang that has a male female hair and a female Ngang Buddha image. Because in the latter days, Phor Ngang and Mae Ngang were born and were created. Father Ngang, Mother Ngang, various types and named as Phor Ngang and Mae Ngang in later eras and later developed into Father Ngang and Mother Ngang also have their legs open. depending on the office or some place Some regions are interpreted to become Father Ngang and Mother Pee also have In spite of the fact that since ancient times, Father Ngang and Mae Pe were not created for each other at all. It's just a line of magic spells as well. It can be seen from the discovery of an ancient clay Buddha image with a serrated base that is hundreds of years old. But there has never been a Mae Pe with the same ancient clay base. It is estimated that Mae Pe is on a zigzag base along with that Ngang Buddha image.
It can be seen that it has never been and has never been built, but in this part (in brackets it is an ancient amulet) that is between 300 years old and above. All of this is in fact caused by receiving mixed information. And it can be seen that the society at that time was beginning to enter the era of public relations. and receive communication from rapid development From sharing information in society to this day Therefore, it is not surprising that the truths will change somewhat depending on the era and that time. Thank you.
>>>Written by Chaipat Mahavet, 17 March 2015
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