Taxi driver’s temple triumph: Jackpot lottery win and grateful homage payoff

A go to to the well-known Sawang Arom temple in Nakhon Pathom province in central Thailand turned out to be a stroke of excellent fortune for a 43 year previous taxi driver from Samut Sakhon. After winning the lottery following a visit to the revered Ta Thong Ngiew Rai, he kept his promise of returning to the temple to pay homage and thank the revered idol.
Sawang Arom temple, located within the Khun Keaw sub-district of Nakhon Chaisi district, Nakhon Pathom province, is a bustling hub of devoted devotees and fortune seekers. Special homes a revered idol named Ta Thong Ngiew Rai, famed for wick tears appearing in its mystical water basin. It’s these droplets that fortune-seekers interpret as fortunate numbers to use for lottery drawings, and it seems to have labored for Suriya.
Taxi driver Suriya thought himself a fortune seeker and admitted that prior to each lottery draw, he would seek for lucky numbers. The final time he visited Ta Thong Ngiew Rai, he requested for fortune to win the two-digit lottery. He travelled with two pals and acquired the number 62 from the reputed holy water basin. Following his fortune, he bought six lottery tickets and ended up winning 12,000 baht (US$348), reported KhaoSod.
Fulfilling his promise, he returned to the temple today. He discovered the numbers 6, 5, and eight within the holy water to strive his luck once more. Suriya made a vow to quit ingesting if he received the lottery this time, promising to dedicate the merits to Ta Thong Ngiew Rai and encourage his family to apply dharma..

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