Somdej Pra Bhuddhachara Toh Prohmarangsri 圣僧 阿占多

Somdej Pra Bhuddhachara Toh Prohmarangsri 圣僧 阿占多


Katha Greatest for Wealth and Fortune

This Katha is beyond any law of physics and any words to explain. The only words I can say-- practice it and prove it by yourself--nothing loss, you pay no even one cent.

The Katha named Phra PajjekkaBodhi Prod Satwa. It's a greatest Katha for drawing wealth and fortune to practicers. While LP Parn was still alive, he respected this Katha very much. When he walks in or out of his Kuti (monk house) he will raise his hands up Namaskar this Katha and chanting it. If the LP goes to anywhere, he will teach this Katha to people. After teaching, he would say " from now onwards my sons, you will be rich by this Katha, you farmers will gain more crops and big fruits, and no insects disturb you any more." Farmers who practice this Katha gain a lot of crops more than ever. Some kinds of fruits are bigger in size than ever, the banana is as big as adult hand, the melon is as big as a little jar. LP Parn brings those abnormal size of fruits to his temple and shows to people.

Merchants practice this Katha can sell his goods like hot cakes, making a lot of profit. But when counts the products stock, they still left much more than it should be even the products were sold a large amount. It means that the stock are added up more buy this Katha. Employees and civil servants practice this Katha, they will work happily, and the works are always admired by their master. Moreover the position is shifted to higher level meanwhile gaining more salary. So, it is the Katha for wealth and fortune. Whoever chants it until becoming a Smadhi, the big wealth and fortune will come to that one.

Mr.Prayong Tangtrongchit, an important layman disciple of LP Parn, was a poor herbal medicine shop owner, oneday he heard LP Parn teaching this Katha to a monk of Wat Saket. After the teaching session ended, Mr Prayong ask LP Parn that he would like to learn this Katha. "Good, my son , within two years from now onwards you will be a millionaire," said LP Parn.

Mr. Prayong practices this Katha daily in the morning, evening and before going to bed . After 6 month, he reports to LP Parn, "Luang Phor, my herbal medicine sell very good, I gained a lot of money, but so strange that the medicine are still remained in a big stock even I have sold so many and many. More than that The rice I bought in for consumption is used just half a quantity only, even my housewife prepared the rice at normal quantity as usual."

The effects go far beyond than that, Mr.Prayong said,"I can't compare to my grand mother who also practice this Katha. She always practices it until becoming a Smadhi. Oneday a hugh sum of money miraculously filled into an empty safe. Before the money runs into the safe, there is a strange voice saying, "stay quietly and don't move, the money is running into your safe."

"My grand mother told me that after a striking sound, she rush to open the safe. There !!, an empty safe filled fully with money. She said to me: Don't worry now, if the Luang Phor (Parn) need money to buy materials for construction, just tell me--I will donate. The more we donate, the more comfortable we are," said Mr.Prayong.

Mr.Prayong later became a very rich man, he was named the greatest philanthropist of Thailand. He donated as much as LP Parn needed for construction of many temples. " If Luang Phor need money please don't be hesitated to tell me, I will donate as much as you required," said Mr.Prayong to LP Parn.

Before LP Parn passed away, he also taught his many layman disciples. " Don't do evils but do good. Our life is not so long , we just come to this world in a short period and then go. The 5 precepts of the Buddha should be practiced, if one cannot practice all, I request for 2 of them -Don't stealing and Don't drinking(liquor). If you can practice this 2 precepts as well as the Phra PajjekkaBodhi Prod Satwa Katha, you will earn well and live with a happy life," said LP Parn.

Luang Phor Chaai of Wat PananChoeng (Sam Po Kong), Ayuthaya, a great Guru in the WWII period also used this Katha to bless his temple everyday to draw Buddhists come to his temple and donate money for renovation. He gained a great success at wish by the miracle of this Katha.

The Katha

Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa

Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa

Na Mo Tassa Bhakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa

Buddha Ma Aa U Na Mo Budh Dha Ya (1 time)

Wira Dhayo Wira Konayang Wira Hingsa Wira Dhasi Wira Dhasa Wira Ittiyo Buddhassa Manee Mama Buddhassa Swahom (3,5,7,or 9 times)

When you start practicing this Katha, you should start with 3 times for the core Katha(Wira Dhayo....). Until you chant fluently, you may chant more times. But it is a must to keep the times of chanting constantly in some long period before shifting to more additive step. Or you may keep 3 times forever. But as on Mr.Prayong's practice, he chanted 9 times. Daily chanting on this Katha will make your earning & living significantly better in some degree, the money from your work efforts is enough for expenses-- if the household money run low, the new money will come in time to support. But for the best result--you must chant this Katha until becoming Smadhi--and the big wealth & fortune will come to you. Please see also Tips number 4 below.


For best result on practicing this Katha:

1. Don't stealing.

2. Don't drinking liquor.

3. Present food to monk at least one daily. In some places it's inconvenient to do this, you can do an option by donate money (any sum you would like to) to a can. If the can fills with moderate sum of money, please bring it to donate to Buddhist temple for monks' food.

4. The main principle on practicing this Katha is--chant it until becoming a Smadhi (mind concentration). The higher Smadhi you reach, the more wealth and fortune will come. You can practice this Katha in every action, standing, walking, sitting, and working. When you want to repeat the Katha, just start with the main Katha: Wira Dhayo Wira Konayang.....

5. Before bringing out the money to use, touch that money and chant the Katha the same times as your usual practice. And in the night before parking your money into the drawer, chant this Katha the same times as your usual practice.

6. If anyone would like to learn this Katha, please teach him because this is the will of the great Guru.

7. If all these done, the practicer will get more and more wealth and fortune.

KATHA Billionaire 越念越多越有钱,亿万富翁咒语

(Enhanced Rich Katha of Phra PajjekkaBodhi Prod Satwa )

History of The Enhanced Rich Katha

The core stanzas of the original great Rich Katha was extended by Phra Raj Phrom Yan ( LP Lue Sie Lingdam), the greatest & closest disciple of LP Parn of Wat BangNomKho and the late Abbot of Wat Thasung.

LP Lue Sie Lingdam was assigned by Lord Buddha in meditation to help build the nearly deserted Wat Thasung, Chainart Province. It was a real great task and needed a hugh fund, so he at first denied the assignment. After a preaching and a promise by Lord Buddha in meditation, he later accepted the assignment.

Lord Buddha's promise is His teaching on the extension of the Rich Katha to acceleratively and hugely draw donation to the temple.

Even LP Lue Sie Lingdam had practiced ultra Dhamma, he still meditatively chanted the Extended or Enhanced Katha with great results. The money flowed from every directions to the temple more than enough for construction projects. Meanwhile LP Lue Sie Lingdam had been teaching this great Katha to his disciples and people, many and many of them became richer and richer and able to donate a large sum of money to the temple for construction.

The great Enhanced Rich Katha is so efficacious and results hugely to anyone who chants it. But how successful it is depending on the concentration of mind-- the more concentration, the more result. One important thing that should never forget is that when you practice this Katha, it's a must to make a daily offer food to monks or donate money for monks' food ( by collecting a little sum of money daily and donate for monks' food when the money grows up to a moderate amount).

LP Luesi Lingdam had been ordained by LP Parn in B.E. 2480 and later became the Abbot of Wat BangNomKho during B.E. 2492-2500. After that he had made a Dhamma journey to Northern provinces and later settled at the nearly deserted Wat Thasung in B.E.2511. The great LP Luesi Lingdam later became the Abbot of Wat Thasung and led people to help construct the temple successfully. The temple has now a religious property asset value of nearly 1 billion Baht. LP Luesi Lingdam passed away in B.E. 2535 at the age of 75.

LP Luesi Lingdam raised up a flowingly hugh fund for construction with this great Enhanced Rich Katha. Actually the Katha was strictly unrevealable. But by his begging to Lord Buddha in meditation, he later received the special permission from the Lord to teach this great Katha to his disciples and general people for much more Wealth & Fortune and able to donate for construction fund.

So many and many people became wealthier and wealthier by this Katha, and so could you. Just work and earn money as in your normal daily life and practice this Katha with Smadhi (concentration of mind), then you will reach that point miraculously & unbelievably.


a) Adjust your mind becoming more quality--trying to abandon all bad things in mind such as vengefulness, enviousness, hatefulness, sleepiness, etc.

b) Practice the original Rich Katha first. After you could chant it fluently you can shift to chant the Enhanced Rich Katha more easier.

c) Chant the Katha in the morning and in the evening, 9 times per session; and also chant the Katha in your mind while working or when you have spare time.

d) Some restrictions or prohibitions for practicers are the same as in the original Rich Katha.

Enhanced Rich Katha Text:



Phromma Ja Maha Deva Sappae Yakka Parayanti

Phromma Ja Maha Deva Aphilapha Phawantumae

Maha Punyo Mahalapho Phawantumae

Mitae Phahuhati

Buddha Ma Aa U

Na Mo Budh Dha Ya

Wira Dhayo Wira Konayang Wira Hingsa Wira Dhasi Wira Dhasa Wira Ittiyo Buddhassa Manee Mama Buddhassa Swahom


Peng Peng Pha Pha Ha Ha Lue Lue


One of a Few Greatest Mantras

There are hundreds of stanzas of Thai Mantras, but one among a few greatest is I-TI-PI-SO TON HONG or the first stanza of a Mantra specifically prasing for the Lord Buddha. How great is this Maha Mantra? It's very effective for self-protection from all formidable dangers. Even a near-to-die one who has a reminiscence on the Mantra will never go to abyss hell but a good place after his death.

The more amazing is that there is a top most Mantra emerged from the vertical reading of I-TI-PI-SO TON HONG (Please see the tabular cells diagram). The great Mantra is called " Yan Kro Petch" or the Mantra of Diamond Shield. Luang Phor Parn of Wat Bang Nom Kho, Ayuthaya province, found the Mantra in B.E. 2458 while he was making a pilgrimage to Suphanburi province.

Shortly before he found this great Mantra, he was meditating and a Yana (supernatural sense)had emerged from his mind that there was a very important plate buried in the main stupa of Wat Phra Sri Ratana Maha Dhat, Suphanburi province, waiting for him to get. Not long after that he reached the stupa and found an ancient silver plate inscribed the Mantra text of Yan Kropetch. The plate describes that one who found this Mantra is so great because it's the heaven wish to specify the great one to get it. The plate also describes that one who recites this Mantra everyday his body will be covered with Diamond Shield and safe from all dangers, he will never be destroyed by the enemy. Moreover, the enemy will be destroyed by some strange phenomena because of the reflective result from the magic Diamond Shield !!

In any year that had the auspicious Sao Ha day (Saturday, the fifth day of waxing moon period, lunar month), Luang Phor Parn would perform a very special ritual, consecrating and embedding Yan Kropetch into his thousands disciples gathering in Wat Bang Nom Kho temple. Luang Phor Parn would write the Mantra on a blackboard and tell everybody to choose one letter of the script NA-MO-BUDH-DHA-YA (five Buddhas' names). Then he would stand behind the blackboard and recite a Mantra to push the script flashing on all disciples. If a recipient really has a good meditative property, a letter he chose will embed on his skull for life long. Amazingly, it always occurs when a recipient died and was brought to cremate, the script clearly appears on the forehead skull remnant.

This is one of a few greatest Mantras that deserves daily recitation. If this's done, you will be well-protected; all dangers even deadly ones will never come closer to you.


I Ti Pi So Bha Kha Wa A

Ra Hang Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho Wish

Sha Ja Ra Na Sam Pan No Su

Kha To Lo Ga Wi Dhu A Nut

Ta Lo Pu Ris Sa Dham Ma Sa

Ra Dhi Sat Dha Dhe Wa Ma Nus

Sa Nang Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa Ti


I Ti Pi So Bha Kha Wa

A Ra Hang Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ka Wi Dhu A Nut Ta Lo

Pu Ris Sa Dham Ma Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha De Wa Ma Nus Sa Nang

Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa Ti


Lord Buddha is the Holy One, the Enlightened One, the Perfect One of all knowledges and conduct, the Well-Gone, the World Enlightener, the incomparable Supreme Teacher of gods and humans, and the Awakened and Blessed One.


I Ra Sha Kha Ta Ra Sa

Ti Hang Ja To Lo Dhi Nang

Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Budh

So Ma Na Ka Ris Dha Dho

Bha Sam Sam Wi Sa Dhe Bha

Kha Budh Pan Dhu Dham Wa Kha

Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa

A Wish Su Nus Sa Nut Ti  X9

KATHA Luang Phor Sorthorn (Sothorn)

Iti Iti Iti, So Tha Ro,

Namo Pu Tha Ya,

Ya Tha Put Mo Na.

Na Mo Put Ta Ya, Ah Yut Wan No, Suk Kang Pa Lang Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa(3x)

Na Mo Put Ta Ya, Ah Yut Wan No, Suk Kang Pa Lang

KATHA Luang Phor Thong Poon (Luang Phor Phoon) , Wat Ban Phen

Katha Takrut Dok Mai Thong

Metta Khunang Arahang Metta (x9)

To use:

1. Chant Namo x3

2. Chant katha x9

3. Blow at takrut

4. Make wish / dip in water to be drank / touch the top tip to person / etc

KATHA Luang Phor Thuad

Namo Bodhisatto, Ahkan TimaYa, Iti Bhagava Nacaliti x3

Namo Bodhisatto Aganatimaya Iti Bhagava x3

Padam Rajamuni Samiramam Aradhanam Saranam Agacchami x3

Namo Bodhisatto Rajamuni Samiramo Mahapunno Anubhavena Me Rakkhantu x3

KATHA Nang Phim

Luang Phor Up, Wat Thongsai

Ud Ka Pak Sak Ha Nak Put (x9, then offer white wine)

KATHA Paladkit

Metta - Luang Phor Wen Kai , Wat Am Pum

ปลัดขิก นาง ครวญ - bplàt-kìk naang kruan

หลวง พ่อ กาย - lŭang pôr gaai

วัด อำ ปืล - wát am bpeun X9

Protection - Luang Phor Wen Kai , Wat Am Pum

Hee Doh Loh , Doh Loh Hee ,Hee Loh Doh ,

ปลัดขิก นาง ครวญ - bplàt-kìk naang kruan

หลวง พ่อ กาย - lŭang pôr gaai

วัด อำ ปืล - wát am bpeun  X9

Gan Hart Neh Hart

Chak Pak Kak Sak X49

KATHA Phra Chinnaraj (Jinnaraja)

Emayhi Nanasakkarayhi Apipujetehi Thigajukho Home

Arokho Sukhito Sittikitchang Sittikammang Piyang Ma Mak

Praksitilapho Jayo Hotu Sapphatha

Buddha Jinnaraja

Aphipaletomang Nak Mo Budh Dha Yak

KATHA Phra Pikanet

Luang Phor Hong, Wat Phetburi
Om Sri Ganesha Ya Na Ma Ha X9


Sha-bi-bhu-dha ba-la-ba-de

Pak-chi-ka-nan-jia-yang ba-lang-ah-la-han

Da-nan-jie-di chi-nan-nak-kang

Bang-da-wei sha-ba-shu-an

Pi Yo Tay Wa Ma, Nok Sa Nam

Pi Yo Prom Ma Na, Mu Tar Mo

Pi Yo Na Kar Su Pang Na Rang

Pi In Tar Read Yang Na Ma Mi Hung

Hit Chi Tang Pi Yang Mak Mak

Luang Phu Toh, Wat Pradoochimplee

Namo Tassa Bagawato Arahato Sammasambhudassa (x3)

Buddhang, Dhammang, Sangkhang Saranam Gacchami

พุทโธ สัพพัญญุตะญาโณ

Put Tho Sap Phan Yoo Ta Ya Noh

มหาชนานุ กัมปะโก

Ma Hat Na Noo Kam Pa Koh

ธัมโม โลกุตตะโร วะโร

Tham Moh Loh Koot Ta Roh Wa Roh

สังโฆ มังคะผะลัฎโฐ จะ

Sang Kho Mang Kha Pha Lat Toh Ja

อินทะสุวัณณะ ปารมี เถโร

In Tha Soo Wa Na Pan Mee Tae Roh

อิจเจตัง ระตะนัตตะยัง

It Jay Tang Rat Ta Na Ta Yang

เอตัสสะ อานุภาเวนะ

Ae Tat Sa Ar Nu Pha Wae Na

สัพพะทุกขา อุปัททะวา

Sap Pha Took Ka Oo Pat Ta Wa

อันตะรายา จะ นัสสันตุ

An Ta Ra Ya Ja Na San Too

ปุญญะลาภะ มะหาเตโช

Poo Ya Yak La Pha Ma Ha Tae Cho

สิทธิกิจจัง สิทธิลาโภ

Sit Kit Jang Sit La Pho

สัพพะ โสตภี ภะวันตุเม ติ

Sa Pha Sot Phi Pha Wan Too Mae Ti

KATHA Rahu 2

Katha Suriya Phappa (Morning)

Kussalay Toemama, Kussalay Toetoe, Lalamama Toelamo,

Toelamomama Toelamomama Toelamotang, Hegutimama Heguti.  X15

Katha Chantra Phappa (Night)

Yattatangmama Tangtaya Tawatang,

Mamatang Vatitang Sekamama,

Kasekang Katiyangmama Yatika.   X6

Magic Words of Suiryabuppa

Kussetomama Kussetoto Lalamama Tolamo

Tolamomama Tolamomamatolamotung

Hekutimam Hekuti

Magic Words of Chandrabuppa

Yatthatungmama Tungthaya Tawatung

Mamatung Watitung Sekamama

Kasekung Katiyoungmama Yatika

KATHA Sangajayana (Sangkajai)

Ka Cha Ya Noh,

Cha Maha Tayloh, Ya Ka Taywa

Na Ra Pu Chi Toh, Soh Ra Ho Pan Ja Ya Tim Hit,

Maha Lapang

Pak Wan To Mae

Kajjayana mahathero yo satthuno saddhammam anuppato piyo

Deva manussanam pito brohmana muttamo piyo naga supan nanam piyo

Itti puvisanam cevahosi tamaham kajjayana mahatheram sirasa

Pathipujayami tamaham kajjayana mahatheram sirasa namami

Maha Jakya Yak No

Jak Mahathero

Yaka Dewa Nak Ra

Puchito Soraho

Pan Jakya Ti Mahit

Maha Lapang Sukang

Phawantumae Sangkajai


Sadhu Ahang Namami Phra Indra Aka Secha Buddha Dipankaro Na Mo Budh Dha Yak E Ak Rak Nang Arahang Kusala Dhammang Samma Sambuddho Dhu Sak Na So Na Mo Budh Dha Yak Phrak So Na Mak Yak Kho Metta Mahalapha Piyang Ma Ma Than Tha Pariwasako Wasuni Hatey Hontu Jayamangalani  X7

KATHA Singharaj / Rajasiha Sihanathang

Aewang Rajasingho, Mahanathang, Sinathakang, Sihanamae, Silataechena, Nama Rajasingho,

Ithiritthi Phra Bhutthang Raksa Sarapat Sattru Apprachayang, Ithiritthi Phra Dhammang Raksa Sarapat Sattru Apprachayang, Ithiritthi Phra Sangkang Raksa Sarapat Sattru Apprachayang.

KATHA Wat Pak Nam

Samma Arahang    x49

KATHA Somdej

HuTak KaMo LaPei PutTang

TaNak KaMo NaPei TaNang

HaTek KaYe KaYak PuTang

Ohm Masri Masri Prohmrangsi Namatecho Maha Samano Maha Punyo Mahalapo Mahayaso Sappasotathi Pawantu-mae

Puttakamo Lapae Puttung TanaKamo Lapae Taung Atti Kayae Kaya Yayah Devanung Piya Tung Suttava

(respect for the magic power that would help call upon)

Itipiso Pakava Yamarachano Tao Vessuvanno Moranung Sukung Arahung Sukato Namo Buddha Ya

(respected for the magic power that would protect the worshipper from dangers)

Putthajayamangkalakatha ( Pahung )

The Eight Verses on Wholesome Victories

Pahung Sahassama Phinim Mitasa Vutthantang,Krimay Khalang Utitakho Rasasay Namarang,Tana Titham Mavitthina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Creating a form thousand-armed, each with a weapon, Mara on the elephant Girimekhala roared firghtfully with his soldiers. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means of Dhamma giving and so on; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

( Chanting this part, can make your enemy to respect or fear you. By the power of metta we can convert them to become our aide or friend which subsequently yields positive results.)

Mara Tiray Kamaphiyut Cittasap Paratting,Khoram Pana Lava Kamakkhamma Thadthayakkang,Khanti Sutan Tavithina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

More than Mara making war all night, was the frightfulness of Alavaka the Yakkha, impatient and arrogant. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means of well-taming and patience; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

(Chanting this part, can shield and protect us from bad spirits or ghost.)

Nala Kiring Kacavarang Atimat Tapphutang,Tavat Kicak Kamasani Vasuta Runantang,

Mettam Pussay Kavitthina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

The noble elephant Nalagiri became quite mad, very cruel, like a forest fire, wheel-weapon or a thunder-bolt. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means of sprinkling the water of loving-kindness; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

( Chant this part, to conquer your enemy by means of metta )

Ukkhit Takkhak kamatihat Thasutta Runantang,Thavan Tiyo Canapathang Kulima Lavantang,Itthi Phisang Khatamano Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Very cruel, with a sword upraised in his expert hand, Angulimala running three leaques along the path, he was garlanded with fingers. The Lord of Munis conquered him with a mind performing marvels: by the power of this may I be wholesome victories.

(Chant this for protection when traveling to places. Especially to place known of spiritual disturbances.)

Katava Nakat Thamtarang Iva Kapphiniya,Cincaya Tutthavacanang Canaka Yamachey,Santayna Somavithina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Having made her belly like a pregnant woman, by tying on a piece of wood, Cinca spoke lewdly in the midst of the people. The Lord of Munis conquered her by fair and peaceful means; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

(Chant this to protect from known enemies whom may hurl accusations or other misdeed. Think of your enemy when chanting this katha.)

Sakcang Viha Yamatisak Cakkava Takaytung,Vata Phiro Pitamanang Atian Thaphutang,Panya Pati Pacalito Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Saccaka, whose speech habitually departed from the truth, raised up, like a flag, his theory with a mind completely blind. The Lord of Munis conquered him by wisdom’s shining lamp; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

(Chant this often to build strenght in speech. It will help to gain rapport and trust when we speak.)
Nanto Panan Taphucakang Viputthang Mahitthing,Puttaynat Thayrakphucakayna Tama Payanto,Itthu Patay Savitthina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Nandopananda the serpent of wrong misunderstanding but great power, the (Buddha’s) son, the Elder (Moggallana) serpent-like set out to tame. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means of a demonstration of power; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

(Chant this to avoid animal bites.)

Tukka Hatit Thiphucakayna Sutattha Hatthang,Prammang Visut Thijuttimit Thipaka Phithanang,Yana Katay Navithina Cittava Muninto,Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.

Like a serpent well coiled about the arms were the wrongly grasped views of the Bhrama-god named Baka of pure light and power. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means of the medicine of knowledge; by the power of this may I be of wholesome victories.

(Chant this to tame aggrresive and annoying spirits that disturbs people.)

Eta Piput Thacayamang Kala Attha Katha

Yo Va Cano Tinatinay Saratay Matanti,Hitava Nanay Kavivithani Cupat Thavani,

Mokkhang Sukhang Athikmeiya Naro Sapanyo.

These Jayamangala Katha will be good if we can chant regularly with faith, it can help alleviate ones condition for the better and eventually success. However it can be broken down individually to eight different kathas with a strenght of its own.

This can be chanted as often as one wishes whether the entire Katha or parts or one may chant in accordance to the power of the day;

Monday 15 times

Tuesday 8 times

Wednesday-Day 17 times

Wednesday-Nite 12 times

Thursday 19 times

Friday 21 times

Saturday 10 times

Sunday 6 times

Total 108 times

Katha Takrut Duang, Katha Bucha Duang Chada

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambuddhassa (x3)

Namo Me Sabba Devanam Sabba Garaha Ca Devanam

Suriyam Ca Pamun Catha Sasi Bhummo Ca Devanam

Vudho Labham Bhavissati Jivo Sukaro Ca Maha Labham

Soro Rahu Ketu Ca Maha Labham

Sabba Bhayam Vinassanti

Sabba Dukkham Vinassanti

Sabba Rogam Vinassanti

Lakkhana aham Vandami Sabbada Sabbe Devanam Palayantu

Sabbada Etena Mangala Tejena Sabba Sotthi Bhavantumae.

Regular chanting of this katha invites protection and blessings from Devas, Sun and Moon. May we be free from undesired Karmic effects, may we be free from undesire effects of Rahu, may we be free from suffering, may we be free from dangers, may we be free from illness. May we overcome all bad luck and attain success.

Katha KhunPaen Plok Kuman

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambudhassa ( x3 )

Buddho Roam Chit,

Dhammo Roam Chai,

Sangho Loong Lai,

Roam Chai Duay Buddho,

Su Nak Mo Lo,

Nak Mak Pak Tak. ( 9 times )


Katha to improve luck- When Down of Luck, How. 运程低,如何是好。


Once in a while, we all will face doing things smoothly or our luck is on the downside, What can we do?

Rent an amulet to solve?

Ignore it / Accept the fact?

Do something to solve?

Here is a simple way being taught:

What u need is:

7 type of flowers

1 thai lemon cut into 3 slices.

a brand new pail

best with a bottle of mineral water

and chant


Na Soon

Mo Soon

Put Soon

Ta Soon

Ya Soon

Na mo Me Sa Pa De Wa Nam

Sa Pa Ka La Ha Ja De Wa Nam

Su Li Yang Ja Ba Mu Ja Da Sa

Si Pu Mo Ja De Wa Nam

Puto La Pan Bawi Sa Ti

Ji Wo Su Ke Lo Ja

Ma Ha La Ba Sa Pa Du Gam Sat

Pa Ba Yam Sa Pa Lo

Kam Wi Na Sa Ti La Ka Na

Ah Hang Wa Pa Mi San Ba Da

Sa Pek De Wa Pa Mi San Ba Da

Sa Pek De Wa Na Pa La Yang Tu Sa

Pa Ta A De Na Ma Ga La De Ja Na

Sa Pa So Ti Pat Wan Du Mie

and slowly pour water down from head to toe.

Please noted that do not use hands to pick with the items on the ground after shower.

Believe it or not, its works.

KATHA Er Ge Fong


Jek Sim Ai kiew

Na Mo Tai Sue

Tai Pui Lieng Miang

Jeng Sae Yee Go Hong

Chai Seung Yee Go Hong

Po Sak Sue Oow Gim Ngeng Tai Po

Po Jang Chai Ko

Sue Gao Oow Gae Lai

Gao Oow Gae Lai

Aek Jit Khor Wing Worn Na Mo Metta

GaRuNa Choke Lab Wassana

BaRaMee Phor Poo Chao Yee Go Hong

Prod Pra Tan Ngern Thong

Choke Lab Gaew Hwan Rattana Manee

PraTan Khumm Sap Lam Ka Soo Ruen Ka Noi         =Chant for 3, 5 or 7 times

Katha for Salika birds - sweet talk begins

People believe that a pair of “Salika” birds amulet is often associated with love, attraction of opposite sexes and good relationships.

The sweet talker being able to charm his companion or hosts.


Ohm Sa Nay Ma Ha Sa Nay

Ohm Na Met Tar-Ma Ha Met Tar

Ohm Na Met Tar

Tava Jit Tar


Mi Put Toh

Toh Bu Toh MI



KATHA birthday

for Your birthday ,Your individual Buddha

Ta Wai Net

Birthday fall on Sunday & Monday


U Tay Ta Yat

Jak Ku Ma A Ka

Ra Cha Ha Ris Sa Wan

No Pa Ta Wip

Pa Pa So Tang

Tang Na Ma Sa Mi.

Sai Yat

Birthday fall on Tuesday


Ya Sa Nu

Pa Wa Toh

Yak Kha

Nay Wa

Tas Sen Thi

Ping Sa Nang

Yam Hi

Jay Wa Nu Yun Chan Toh

Rat Tin Ti Wa Ma Tan Ti Toh

Su Khang

Su Pa Ti

Sut To

Ja Pa Pang

Kid Ji Na

Pas Sa Ti

A Wa Ma Thi

Ku Noo Pay Tang

Pa Rit Tan

Tam Pa Na Ma Say

Oom Bath

Birthday fall on Wednesday


Sappa See Wa Cha Tee Nang

Tip Pa Man Tra Ta Kang

Yan Na Say Ti

Vi Sang Ko Rang

Say San Ja Pi

Pa Ris Sa Yang

A Nak Ket Tam Hi

Sap Pat Ta

Sap Pa Ta

Sap Pa Pa Ni Nang

Sap Pa So Pi

Ni Wa Ray Ti

Pa Rit Tan

Tam Pa Na Ma Say

Sa Ma Thi

Birthday fall on Thursday


Poo Rain Tam

Po Thi Sam Pa Ray

Nip Pat Tang

Moh Ra Yo Ni Yang


Wi Hi Ta Rak Khang

Ma Ha Sat Tang

Wa Nay Ja Ra

Ji Ras Sang

Wa Ya Man Ta Pi

Nay Wa

Sak Khing Su

Kan Hi Tung

Ram Phueng

Birthday fall on Friday


Ap Pa San Nay Hi

Na Tas Sa

Sa Sa Nay

Sa Thu

Sam Ma Tay

A Ma Nus Nay Hi

Jan Dhay Hi

Sa Taa

Kip Pi Sa Ga Ri Pi

Pa Ri Sa Nan Ja

Tas San Nang

Ma Hing Sa

Ya Ja Kut Ti Ya

Yan Tay Say Hi

Ma Ha Vee Ro

Pa Rit Tan Tam Pa Na

Ma Hay

Nak Prok

Birthday fall on Saturday


Ya Toh Hang

Pa Ki Ni

A Ri Ya Ya

Cha Ti Ya

Cha Toh

Na Pi Cha Na Mi

San Jit Ja

Pa Nang

Chee Wi Ta

Vo Ro Pay Ta

Ten Saj Jay Na

Sot Thi Tay Ho Tu

Cup Pas Sa

Way to worship:

Chant katha daily.

U may place your birth Buddha image on the head of bed.

In Thai, some devotee wrote their names on the back of their birth buddhas and place them in temple as believe that will support good fortune, lucky and prosperity.


This is one of a few greatest Mantras that deserves daily recitation.

If this's done, you will be well-protected; all dangers even deadly ones will never come closer to you.


(Read from Left to Right)

I Ti Pi So

Bha Kha Wa A Ra Hang

Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ga Wi Dhu

A Nut Ta Lo Pu Ris

Sa Dham Ma Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha Dhe Wa Ma Nus Sa

Nang Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa


I Ti Pi So

Bha Kha WaA Ra Hang

Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na

Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ka Wi Dhu

A Nut Ta Lo

Pu Ris Sa Dham Ma

Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha

De Wa Ma Nus Sa Nang

Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa Ti


Lord Buddha is the Holy One, the Enlightened One, the Perfect One of all knowledges and conduct, the Well-Gone, the World Enlightener, the incomparable Supreme Teacher of gods and humans, and the Awakened and Blessed One.


(Read vertically from the top to the bottom, and from left to right)

I Ra Sha Kha Ta Ra Sa

Ti Hang Ja To Lo Dhi Nang

Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Budh

So Ma Na Ka Ris Dha Dho

Bha Sam Sam Wi Sa Dhe Bha

Kha Budh Pan Dhu Dham Wa Kha

Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa

A Wish Su Nus Sa Nut Ti


Phra Rahu - the god of fate

Believed that will protect you from bad luck.

Rahoo Incantation


Na Mo 3x

Kata Suriya Phappa

Kussalay Toemama Kussalaytoetoe Lalamama

Toelamo Toelamomama Toelamomama

Toelamotang Hegutimama Heguti

Kata Chantra Phappa

Yattatangmama Tangtaya Tawatang

Mamatang Vatitang Sekamama

Kasekang Katiyangmama Yatika


In Hindu mythology, Rahu is a snake that swallows the sun or the moon causing eclipses.

He is depicted in art as a dragon with no body riding a chariot drawn by eight black horses.

Rahu is one of the navagrahas (nine planets) in Vedic astrology. The rahu kala is considered inauspicious.

According to legend, during the Samudra manthan, the asura Rahu drank some of the divine nectar.

But before the nectar could pass his throat, Mohini (the female avatar of Vishnu) cut off his head. The head, however, remained immortal.

It is believed that this immortal head occasionally swallows the sun or the moon, causing eclipses.

Then, the sun or moon passes through the opening at the neck, ending the eclipse.

Astronomically, Rahu and Ketu denotes the two points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as they move on the celestial sphere.

Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes.

The fact that Eclipses occur when Sun and Moon are at one of these points gives rise to the myth of the swallowing of the Sun.

In Buddhism Rahu is one of the krodhadevatas (terror-inspiring gods).

In Thailand Rahu will readily devour all of your bad luck or even neutralise the bad luck and spit out good luck and fortune to you if you pray or offer to it.

The best day to offer Rahu is every wednesday after sunset and offering items must be all in black.

There are 8 kinds of black sacrificial offering food to worship Phra Rahoo.

Black chicken

means dig and well-trading.

ABC Beer

means well-investment.

Black coffee

means fulfillment.

Grassjelly (Chao-Kwuay)

means calmness and carefulness.

Black peanut

means prosperity.

Black sticky rice

means frugally finance, family and love.

Thai dessert Kanom Piek Poon

means good luck.

Preserved egg

means successful connection.


Four-Face Buddha

Brahmana is an early Hindu religion dating back some 5,000 years. This religion is mainly symbolised by a trinity of Gods, namely; Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer. It is believed that this Brahmanical triad combined their powers to create the Buddhist world.

One of the earliest iconographic descriptions of Brahma is that of the four-faced god seated on a lotus. In Thai Buddhism this Brahminist 4-faced god is known as "Phrom Sie Nah ", but it often referred to by others as the 4 faced Buddha.

Thai Buddhists highly respect many Brahminist gods including the 4-faced Phrom Buddhism grew out of a culture which believed in many levels of gods, called devas. There were also the highest level of gods, the Brahma gods, and Maha Brahma, the highest God.

Indeed many Thai religious ceremonies are heavily influenced by Hindu ritualistic practices even amulet consecrations. Buddhism as a religion is deeply rooted in early Hinduism from which it developed.

The description of Brahma like other deities of Hinduism bears a mystic symbolism. The lotus represents the Reality. Brahma sitting on the lotus indicates that he is ever-rooted in the infinite Reality. Reality is the foundation on which his personality rests. The four faces of Brahma represent the four Vedas. They also symbolise the functioning of the inner personality (antahkarana) which consists of thoughts. They are the mind (manas), the intellect (buddhi), ego (ahamkara) and conditioned-consciousness (chitta). They represent the four ways in which thoughts function. They are the manifestations of the unmanifest ConsciousnessThe significance of the 4 faced God from the Thai perspective is that the Great Brahma is able offer help to the people who cry to him from all directions, granting wishes to those who ask. It is widely thought that Phra Phrom offers protection from danger and prosperity in business.

The most famous image of Brahma or Phra Phrom is located at the Erawan Shrine which can be found at the intersection between Ratchadamri Road and Ratchaprasong Road in Pathum Wan district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is a popular tourist attraction and often features performances by resident Thai dance troupes, who are hired by worshippers in return for seeing their prayers at the shrine answered.

Interestingly Lord Brahma is not popularly worshipped in India. This is so, because the idea of creation is repugnant to seeker of Truth since the creation of thoughts has veiled the infinite Reality. The attempt of all spiritual seekers is to destroy the existing thoughts and maintain the state of single pointed thought until the Reality is revealed. Hence, Siva (god of destruction) and Vishnu (god of maintenance) are worshipped more than Brahma.


Namo Tassa Bhagawato Arahato Sangma Sang Buddhassa ( x 3 times)

Prom Ma Cha Lo Ka, Ti Pa Ti,

Saham Pati Chat An Ta Li,

An Ti Wa Rang,

Ya Cha Ta San Ti Cha San Ta Ap Pa Ra,

Cha Kat Cha,

Ti Kat Tay,

Say Tuk Kammang,

Pi It Mang Pat Chang (x 7 times)

This Katha will help create a karmic link with Phra Phrom and in return he will save you from black magic and the evil ones, brings you happiness, money and prosperity, help to make your good wishes come true

KATHA Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom: the Fortune Makers PART 5

The Incantation Used in Creating Kuman Tong


su wan no

pi ya ku ma ro

ma ha poo to

ma hit ti go

sup pa ti sae su wat ta go

sup pa ka mae su ko ja ro

sup pa chae na nung ha ta yae

ma ha tae cho pra wat ti go

rut ta na ta ya nu pa wae na

rut ta na ta ya tae ya sa

te wa nung –

it ti pa lae na

ku ma ro

ja ma hit ti go.

This incantation means that: "Kuman Tong, the king of all the spirits, who has the extreme power, could travel in every direction to everywhere, and to everyone's mind. With the power of the Three Gems and sacred angels, I wish you have the strongest power.

The Incantation Used in Ordering Kuman Tong

Kud cha ma ha poo to

Sa ma nud sa so

sa tae wa go

ka ro hi

pi to

wad ja nae na

sum pun nae na

pra sit ti ya.

This spell means that: "Kuman Tong who has a strong power of all angels and men, may you please obey my order." After reciting this incantation, you could tell your Kuman Tong what you desire.

The Incantation Used in Creating Charming Kuman Tong

Ma ta ya ta ni yung put tung

a yu sa

ae ka put ta ma nu ruk kae

a wum pi

sup pa poo tae ma na sum pa wa yer pa ri ma nung.

After reciting this incantation 3 times, you then pray in your mind that:

"Mother loves the only child in her womb with her life, let there be the same kind of love everywhere." After this you can make a wish.

For example, if you are going to see anyone, you can call his name and wish him to love and please you.

With the power of Lord Buddha, Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, you will get what you want.

The Incantation Used in Making the Opposite Sex Love You

If you want Kuman Tong to help you make any man and woman, who you are interesting in, love you. You can recite this incantation:

Pi yo tae wa ma nud sa nung

pi yo prom ma nu mut ta mo

pi yo na ka su pun na nung

pi nin si yung na ma mi hung.

Recite this incantation 3 times, and you will appear more attractive in other people's eyes.

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Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom's Lucky Names

You need special tips in setting Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom their particular names such as Jook, as well as when we first bring them to your house. You can recite this incantation:

Na Ma Nung Sa Ma So

Yut Ta To

Yut ta ta

by the name of sacred monks, I will call you 'Name'.

Na Mung Sun Tung Wiklung Ka Rung."

And then tell them that: "From now on I'll call you 'Name'.

Please remember this and when I call you by this name, come to me.

" You can call them with lucky names such as Prasittilap, or Prasittichoke.

It should be beautiful names which are also easy to remember and to call too.

When you take Kuman Tong to live with you, please do not consider him as your play thing because he will gradually lose his power.

If you have faith and keep worshiping good things, even miracle is possible.

How to Use Kuman Tong

The owner of Kuman Tong can use his special power by using his mind;

he does not need to carry the statue of Kuman Tong that he is worshipping with him.

What you need to do is that if you are leaving the house and you need your Kuman Tong to go with you, you should tell him that:

"Please follow me, I'm leaving the house."

If you want him to protect you in case of danger, just tell him.

And if you Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom is in the bottle filled with sandalwood oil, you can make a pray and mark the oil on you body to make you appear more attractive to the opposite sex.

If you want Kuman Tong to watch your property or to accompany you everywhere, you have to tell him.

Some people say that they have worshiped and raised Kuman Tong up for many years, but they have never seen their Kuman Tong in person.

That makes them doubt in the power of Kuman Tong.

It is impossible that every owner of Kuman Tong can see him in person because Kuman Tong is a spirit; he is a delicate wave of power and lives in another world.

Therefore, if you can see Kuman Tong it means that you and your Kuman Tong have the same fate. Many people communicate with their Kuman Tong through their dream.

The owners have to pray for Kuman Tong everyday if they wish to communicate with him.

The most effective way to communicate with Kuman Tong is meditation, but it requires a lot of effort.

People who practice meditation will modify the power of their minds to have the same mode with Kuman Tong spirit and they can communicate with Kuman Tong and other spirits.

It is difficult to communicate with Kuman Tong directly.

People who could do this must have powerful but delicate mind.

Yet, it is not hard to use Kuman Tong because he always wants to help us.

The most important thing is that the owners must worship and treat him well.

If they ignore their Kuman Tong, the spirit inside the statue will lose his power and run away from them.

It is true that Kun Pan had a very powerful Kuman Tong but it is nor because the black magic of the talisman only.

The most significant thing was that Kun Pan treated Kuman Tong as his own son.

He did not consider Kuman Tong as another talisman.

Therefore we should take Kuman Tong as our child or our friend, power of Kuman Tong will surely increase.

The Power of Kuman Tong

The great masters have concluded the power of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom in these ways:

He can watch the house for his owners when they are away and warn them in case of danger.

He is a spirit which could help to solve difficulties in the owners' business.

He could help you get useful news and information in your business. In this point the owners must have strong mind in order to develop a kind of telepathy with Kuman Tong. He could also whisper to the mind of his owner to warn him in case of danger. Sometimes Kuman Tong comes to talk to you in your dream and sometimes through a medium.

He will protect you from danger, disaster, and evil spirit.

He could be a weapon used to destroy the enemy. Nowadays we can hardly find any kind of Kuman Tong who has this power. But, sometimes Kuman Tong can help us to stay away from danger and people who want to destroy us.

He could add you charm.

He can bring you good luck.

He can increase advantage in your business by inviting the customers to your stores.

Miraculous Experiences from People who Worship Kuman Tong

Mr. Tuarae Chenyim reveals that his restaurant runs well because of Kuman Tong. He has a very good experience with Kuman Tong. Everybody in Thailand knows him as a famous comedian and he is also the owner of "Tuarae Kitchen" an awesome restaurant in Sanam Bin Nam. His "pork spicy curry noodle" is very deficient; everyone who ever tastes it will never forget the unique taste. Mr. Taurae says that he has opened this restaurant for four months only but he has a lot of money from this business and all day long there are a lot of customers in his restaurant. He believes that it may because of he is a celebrity, but his reputation is only 30 per sent and the rest is the quality of the food that make his restaurant famous. He also reveals us his top secret that besides his effort and his service mind, Kuman Tong has helped him to get wealthy. Mr. Taurae's Kuman Tong is different from ordinary Kuman Tong because his Kuman Tong's spirit inhibits in a baby doll that he found somewhere in his restaurant. At first he heard a voice calling him father; he turned and saw a lovely doll, so he decided to keep it with him. In the evening he heard the same voice again saying that: "Father, I will help you run this business." Mr. Tuarae raises his Kuman Tong up by telling him that he can eat and touch anything but he must behave and keep the room tidy. Sometimes Mr. Taurae worships Kuman Tong with sweet drink, candy, and toy. Before he opens the restaurant, he will light 3 joss sticks for the Buddha and another 5 joss sticks to worship the spirit of the house and Kuman Tong. For him, he believes in miracle and mystical power. He has faith in Kuman Tong and the Circle of Life in Buddhism. Mr Taurae says that the most important thing is that we must not live a careless life. People need faith but at the same time they have to be virtue and keep developing their skills. He believes that the reason why he is quite successful in this restaurant business is because he is good in trade and the sacred power brings him good luck. Miss Luck... the Kuman Tong Worshipper Miss Luck is another one who loves to worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom. She has worshipped many Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom from various schools such as the famous Kuman Tong from Master Kong's school. When she started to worship them, she always dreamt about children. Yet, the strangest thing is that many people have seen a young boy with topknot hair in her house although she says that there is nobody there. Another miraculous thing is that she needs no one to watch her store, because she believes that Kuman Tong can help her take care of the store very well, and it is very strange that her store has never been robbed. Miss Luck also tells us that nowadays there are a lot of beautiful gold necklaces that her friends have given to her most powerful Kuman Tong from Laung Por Tae's temple. Her friends prayed for her Kuman Tong and he made their wishes come true, so they brought him these gold necklaces. She says that Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom from Master Kong always appear to her family. She would always bring Ruk-Yom with her all the time because she believes that they would add her charm and bring her good luck.

The Wisdom Hidden in Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are made in the shape of young boys. The masters in the past did not create them in adult figure because they believed that young children possessed the power of charm in them, and children's mind is clean and easily to be taught unlike the solid mind of the adult. The great masters have created Kuman Tong in various positions. Some of them can stand on their own or some sucking an umbilical cord. For Kuman Tong in the statue of a young boy who can stand on his two legs would be about 2-3 years old. The masters in the past believed that the children naturally had power of charm. Everybody loved them, kept nourishing them, and would forgive them if they misbehaved. For Kuman Tong who appears as a fetus sucking umbilical cord, the great masters created Kuman Tong in this position to stand for the symbol of typical care and attention. The mother would advocate her love for the child more than usual in this state, so that she can die for her child. This symbol represents the extreme power of charm. The wisdoms behind the creation of Kuman Tong come directly from nature and everyday life. When the great masters who are inspired by these wisdoms, have created this talismans, they can bring good things and even miracle to their lives and people who worship their talismans. Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom have to be created in the figure of young boys because when we worship and carry them with us, we will make other people love us as if we were their sons. The power of Kuman Tong will make the authorities love us and provide us more advantage. This is the reason why Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom become very famous talismans.

KATHA Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom: the Fortune Makers PART 3

The Differences between Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are always considered as the same talismans;

they belong to the same category.

Yet, they have some differences.

Both Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom are created as sacred statues of young boys, but Kuman Tong in some school is created by using soil while Ruk-Yom is made of withered wood from Ruk Son and star gooseberry trees only.

Sometimes Kuman Tong is also made of this kind of wood.

Ruk-Yom will always be created in pair as two small figures of young boys inside a tiny oil bottle while there is only one Kuman Tong in the bottle.

Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom also have the same kind of power, people will use them to watch their property, persuade customer to come to the stores, add charm, bring good luck, and protect the owners from danger.

Yet, generally the masters would recite their spell over Kuman Tong to make him more powerful than Ruk-Yom because in the past Kuman Tong were made to possess a very strong power that he could destroy the enemy.

In these days we can hardly find this kind of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom is a talisman used to watch property and add charm to the owners.

No matter what kind of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom you possess, if you have faith, you will experience only good things and miracle in your life.

Sacred Oil for Bathing Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

We sometimes find Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom bathing in oil bottles.

It is because the oil can reserve the wood and people as well believe that the oil will provide Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom a life force.

If the oil evaporates, Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom will be tired and powerless.

Besides the oil as a life force, it also has a very special power to add charm to the owners.

If we recite good incantation over it and mark it on the forehead, or carry Ruk-Yom bottle with us, it will be able to add us charm.

The oil that used for bathing Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom should be well-recited sandalwood oil or bulb plant oil to make them more powerful.

Besides some masters simmer a special kind of sacred bulb plant oil such as Sanae Jun Kaw bulb plant oil, Sanea Jun Keaw bulb plant oil, and Sanea Jun Dang bulb plant oil, and recite the incantation over it and use it to bath Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

Some masters bring bulb plant flower such as Dok Kaw bulb plant power or Sanea bulb plant power to add in the bottle, or sometimes they use a tiny sacred Salika roll to bath with Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom in the bottle to bring more power in adding charm to Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

The Way to Worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Kuman Tong is sacred talisman with the power in itself.

We can worship Kuman Tong by offering him with rice, boiled egg, sweet drink, candy, and toys. Besides to make Kuman Tong more powerful, we should make a vow.

For example, you should pray that if you win the lottery, you will offer Kuman Tong gold necklace, or buy him toys, or feed him with sweet.

This action will persuade Kuman Tong to exercise his power.

Yet, if you do not have time to do all these, you can only invite Kuman Tong that he could go everywhere you go or eat anything in the house without your permission.

If you worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom with food, you have to do these as your routine.

You may offer them food on every the Buddhist Days of Worship only and you have to tell your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom that you will bring them food on this or that way.

Because they are sacred spirit and hold to the truth, you have to be punctual in offering them your worship.

You should offer them food in the mornings and take it away in the evenings. Yet, other offering such as accessories like rings or necklaces, and toys can be given to him permanently.

You should be careful not to neglect offering Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom your worship.

If you are not convenient in doing so, you would better tell them that:

"You can go everywhere I go and eat everything I eat."

Because if you ignore your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, they will finally ignore your order and run away from you too.

Moreover if the spirit inside the statue of Kuman Tong comes from the grave, he will as well bring destructiveness to his owner, if you ignore him.

He will become an evil spirit haunting his owner, driving you crazy, and you will no longer be happy.

Therefore you should think carefully before taking Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom to live with you. For Ruk-Yom you should set your offering in pair such as two bottles of sweet drink, two bowls of rice, two boiled eggs, and two toys, because there are two spirits inhibiting inside Ruk-Yom.

If you think you cannot worship them often you should say to them:

"You can go everywhere I go and eat everything I eat."

You could as well allow him to eat or touch anything in your house in the same way as Kuman Tong that we see above.

Special Tips in Worshiping Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

In worshiping Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, you should offer him with sweet drink and boiled eggs because they will make Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more powerful.

Their shelves must be lower than the shelf that you put the image of Buddha. Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom's shelves might be separated and thy can be set in your bedroom.

If you want to take them with you, you should bring some food in your bag and tell your Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom that this food would be their prize if they help bringing you good luck and miracle.

If you do not have much time to worship Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom everyday, you can put some money on their shelves and tell them that they could use this money to buy food or sweet. You should be careful not to use the money you have already given to Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom but you can distribute this money to make them merit, and they will be full without consuming anything.

The most important thing is that the owners of Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom have to be virtue, they should meditate too to make their Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more powerful.

Special Tips before Taking Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to your House

If it is the first time that you bring Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to your house, you have to light sixteen joss sticks and tell the spirit of your house to make way from Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

If you have already had Kuman Tong or Ruk-Yom in your house, you have to tell them that you will bring their brothers to live with them too.

After that, you have to light two joss sticks to tell Kuman Tong his territory and introduce him to people in your family, and teach him to behave because he is not different from other young boys.

For example if you are praying or meditating, you should invite him to do these with you.

These will help Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to be more powerful.

You have to raise Kuman Tong up as if he waas your younger brothers or child.

You need to teach him and take good care of him, and Kuman Tong will love and help you in anyway.

If you ignore him or treat him badly Kuman Tong will run away to live with his master.

You can make him more powerful by worship him everyday.

And if you make a vow and pray for him, he would give you what you want.

The most important thing is that you should not forget to make him merit every time.

People in the past created Kuman Tong because they thought that every child had charm in themselves as we could see when people saw a child they would always come to greet, smile, and play with him.

When they made Kuman Tong in a figure of a young boy, they believed that the power of charm inside Kuman Tong would add charm to his owner.

The most significant thing is that the owner of Kuman Tong has to smile and clear his mind like a child; this will surely make him more charming.

KATHA Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom: the Fortune Makers PART 2


an Outstanding Talisman in Kuman Tong's family

Besides Kuman Tong who could add charm to his owner, Ruk-Yom is another talisman which can be classified in the same category with Kuman Tong because Ruk-Yom possesses similar power.

Some people worship both Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom because they believe the power of them could compliment each other and that would bring them prosperity.

The legend of Ruk-Yom is different from Kuman Tong's but both of them appear in similar statue (usually a figure of a young boy).

The story about Ruk-Yom can be first found in Tum Rub Pook Hoon Pra Lob.

It said that there was a model of a boy created to be a playmate of Pra Lob, the son of Sida in Ramayana.

After that the story about creating this figure became an influent example for the follower who wanted to create Ruk-Yom.

Nowadays we can hardly find anyone who is skillful in creating Ruk-Yom, therefore, it almost disappeares from Thai society.

Yet, Master Kom Triwaj is widely accepted as the only one who could create the powerful Ruk-Yom.

The Method of Creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom

Master Kom Triwaj is the one who is skillful in creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

He has strong mind so that he can recite an incantation over Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom to make them powerful without inviting any spirit to inhibit inside.

Only his power of mind is enough to make powerful Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom.

People who worship these talismans from Master Kom always experience good things;

they can find comfort in every place they go, and that make Master Kom's Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom more famous and miraculous.

The most important thing in creating Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom is, Master Kom believes, the wood that is brought to create these talismans.

He used the wood from withered Ruk Son tree and star gooseberry tree because it is an unusual thing in nature;

these trees can give fruit but most parts of them are dying.

People in the past believe that these trees possessed special power and if they were used in making Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom, they would help empowering their talismans.

Master Kom starts the process of creating Ruk-Yom by lighting joss sticks, reciting incantation and then he will begin to craft the small figure of young boys from the wood of Ruk Son and star gooseberry trees.

Before doing this, he has to recite an incantation over a dagger which will be used in crafting the talismans.

After that he will write a spell on the figures' forehead, both hands, chest, and both legs.

Then he will bath his talismans in scented oil which he has already recited an incantation over. Master Kom has to recite sacred spell until a pair of talismans float on the surface of the scented oil and that can be called "Ruk-Yom".

Some masters will put the small figure of young boys in tiny bottles and recite their incantation over them until they turn face to face.

In creating Kuman Tong, these masters only use one figure and they will recite their spell over him until they have a vision of a boy coming to smile and greet them.

Yet, some masters who have very strong power will recite their incantation until they hear the voice of Kuman Tong or see the figure of Kuman Tong move.

After that they will recite the spell over him again to make them more powerful.

Three Methods of Creating and Three Kinds of Spirits

There are three ways of creating Kuman Tong.

Some masters create Kuman Tong by using soil from seven graves and combining with "Prai Kuman Dust", which is soft dust of children's bone ash.

Kuman Tong in this category will be fierce and extremely powerful.

He can inspire both good and bad things.

The spirits inhibiting inside this Kuman Tong usually come from the graves or it might be a child spirit in the bone ash.

This kind of Kuman Tong requires good attention and worship.

The spirits inside the statue of Kuman Tong can also grow up like ordinary children.

Kuman Tong can be created by using ordinary soil or wood and inviting the good spirit of angel to inhibit inside the statue.

Kuman Tong in this kind does not always show off his power as the first one because the angel spirits do not need ordinary food to grow up.

The masters usually recite an incantation over this kind of Kuman Tong with other talismans such as a famous Kuman Tong from Laung Por Pull, Wat Pai Lom Temple.

Kuman Tong can also be created by using wood from withered trees, especially, from withered Ruk son and star gooseberry trees, because people thinks that the withered wood is sacred in itself, so there is no need to recite any incantation over.

Using the withered wood, people believe that; will make Kuman Tong more powerful and sacred. The masters put a spell on it to create a spirit inside the statue.

Therefore, the spirits inside this kind of Kuman Tong do not come from the graves or heaven but they are created by the power of the masters' spell.

This kind of spirits can be called "Prai".

They will not grow up and always appear as children's spirits.

The owners of this Kuman Tong may or may not worship him with food because "Prai" in this Kuman Tong will not know how to hurt anyone.

Yet, if they ignore Kuman Tong completely, the power inside the statue will gradually disappear. On the other hand, if the owners take good care of their talismans, Kuman Tong's power will increase and he can more effectively bring the owners good luck.

These three kinds of spirits inside the statues of Kuman Tong come from difference places,

the first ones are the wandering spirit,

the second ones are from heaven,

and the last ones come from the power of the masters' spell.

These three kinds of spirits make Kuman Tong in each school appear in different characteristics. Kuman Tong with the spirits of the graves have the strongest power, while the second ones are sacred but do not always show off their power, and the third ones sometimes appear to people's eyes but do not have very strong power.

KATHA Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom: the Fortune Makers PART1

The myth about some talismans is mysterious because they are believed to possess spirits which sometimes show themselves to people in the house or the neighborhood.

The said talismans are Kuman Tong and Ruk-Yom which both could bring good luck to your business and add charm to their owners, and protect them in case of danger.

The Origin of Kuman Tong Kuman Tong has been a very popular talisman in Thai society. Nowadays we can see the statues of Kuman Tong placed in many stores because the storekeepers believe that he could help them increase the customers in their stores and he could also bring good luck to the owners.

The myth of Kuman Tong was first appeared in the classic Thai literature, Kun Chang Kun Pan. Kun Pan, the protagonist of the story, discovered that Boa Klee, one of his wives, planed to poison him.

He, therefore, murdered her, took a dead fetus from his wife's womb and decided to make his dead son Kuman Tong.

Kum Pan burnt the dead fetus to make the body smaller, covered it with gold leaves, and wrapped him up with a sheet.

Besides Fafeun sword and Si Mohk horse, Kuman Tong was one of the sacred things that Kun Pan tried to find all of his life.

Kuman Tong was a very significant thing for Kun Pan because he was also his son.

Moreover, Kuman Tong was a baby spirit; he could travel with Kun Pan everywhere unlike the other sacred things.

Kuman Tong has been classified as a sacred talisman since Ayuttaya Period and he still gains the same reputation in the moment.

Yet, we cannot create Kuman Tong in the same way with Kun Pan because it is illegal and immoral.

The Legend of Kuman Tong the Killer

There are two kinds of Kuman Tong, one is wild, ferocious and can destroy enemy, the other is able to add charm and bring fortune.

The first kind of Kuman Tong is fierce.

There are other four types of fierce Kuman Tong including

Kuman Tong Pretmun,

Kuman Tong Pretdub,

Kuman Tong Pretkong,

and Kuman Tong Pretsoon.

They can be called "Pret Puti Ngan" or "Kuman Pretprab".

People use them only to hurt or murder the enemy.

According to the legend, in creating this kind of Kuman Tong, the clergyman had to invite ghosts who died in unnatural death or evil spirits to inhabit in the statue of Kuman Tong.

These four kinds of fierce Kuman Tong have his own ways to destroy the enemy.

Kuman Tong Pretsoon has a power to drive people crazy.

Kuman Tong Pretkong and

Kuman Tong Pretmun are very good in protecting property;

they will kill the stranger who invades the house.

The only thing that can subdue Kuman Tong Pretmun is Wou Tanoo, which is made of wood used in carrying the dead body. Yet,

Kuman Tong Pretkong's power is much stronger than Kuman Tong Pretmun because he is able to conquest Wou Tanoo.

Maybe the only thing that can stop Kuman Tong Pretkong is the copper Wou Tanoo or Kway Tanoo. Moreover, Kuman Tong Pretkong is able to chase after the enemy everywhere but Kuman Tong Pretmun can only exercise his power in his sphere.

Kuman Tong Pretkong therefore is an outstanding black spirit which can hardly find anything to conquest him.

Kuman Tong Pretdub is a cold-blooded killer who can cut the enemy's throat as fast as the professional killer.

Kuman Tong the killers are still popular among people who believe in black magic. They are not quite famous among ordinary talisman collectors.

The type of Kuman Tong that we can find in general is not fierce like Kuman Tong the killer.

This kind of Kuman Tong, called valuable Kuman Tong, is good in bringing people good luck, adding charm, and increasing advantage in business, and there is no harm for the owner.

Kuman Tong who could add charm

Another kind of Kuman Tong that is used to watch houses, store, and invite customer, does not have any particular name.

Generally, the owner of Kuman Tong will name his talisman himself such as Udomdat, Udomlap, and Udomchoke.

We can find many people worshiping this kind of Kuman Tong because they are not fierce and can add charm to their owner.

In the past Kuman Tong in this kind created by Laung Por Tae from Wat Sam Ngam Temple were very powerful.

Nowadays they are usually created by Laung Por Yam who is the direct disciple of Laung Por Tae. Kuman Tong who could add charm cannot hurt anyone.

They have their special power to protect the houses, inviting customer, and bringing good luck. They do not have any power from evil spirit and black magic to hurt or destroy like Kuman Tong the killer.

The clergymen merely create these good Kuman Tong to encourage merchants who have good deed and want something to hold to.

Therefore this kind of Kuman Tong is the most famous talisman in these days.

KATHA Wat Klang Bang Kaew

Function : Protection black magic around the world , Poak-ka-sup (Money come) , Ma-ha-rood (matt-ta ma-ha-ni-yom) , Good everything Etc.

"nah mah pah tah x3

jah pah kah sah x3"

"a si sat thi tha nu jae wa

sup pay tae ar wut tha ni

pak ka pak kar vi jaon na ni " x3

Wat Klang Bang Kaew

"Ei Ti Pi So Ba Ga Wa To

Ya Tra Ya Ma Dee

Dai Yam Pra Sri

Sa Was Dee La Po

Na Mo Bu Da Ya"

KATHA Homage to Him, the Blessed One, the Exalted One, the Fully Enlightened One.

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa x3

Tisarana - Three Refuges
Buddham saranam gacchâmi

I go to the Buddha as my refuge.

Dhammam saranam gacchâmi

I go to the Dhamma as my refuge.

Sangham saranam gacchâmi

I go to the Sangha as my refuge.

Dutiyampi Buddham saranam gacchâmi

For the second time I go to the Buddha as my refuge.

Dutiyampi Dhammam saranam gacchâmi

For the second time I go to the Dhamma as my refuge.

Dutiyampi Sangham saranam gacchâmi

For the second time I go to the Sangha as my refuge.

Tatiyampi Buddham saranam gacchâmi

For the third time I go to the Buddha as my refuge.

Tatiyampi Dhammam saranam gacchâmi

For the third time I go to the Dhamma as my refuge.

Tatiyampi Sangham saranam gacchâmi

For the third time I go to the Sangha as my refuge.

Putthang Arathananeng

Dhammang Arathananeng

Sangkang Arathananeng

Putthang Passitimae

Dhammang Passitimae

Sangkang Passitimae

Sithik Khong Kraphan ( May I be impenetratabal by objects or weapon )

Sithik Klaew Kard ( May I escape from harm )

Sithik Mahalap ( May good luck be with me )

Sithik Mahasanae ( May I always be surrounded by loving kindness )

Sithik Nirantarayo ( May all that is bad and unwholesome not befall on me )

Om ruay ruay. ( May money come easily to me/ May I never be broke )

Ma A U

Namo Puthaya

Na Ma Pa Ta

Puthang saksit prakchow plaengrit pit duai prak Dhammang

Dhammang saksit prakchow plaengrit pit duai prak Sangkang

Sangkang saksit prakchow plaengrit pit duai prak Puthang

KATHA Achan Meng Eper Butterfly

Om Jit Dit , Jit Tong Jit (Lover Name / Own Name / No Name)

Ma Lup Gu (Own Name) Sah Hak

Wah Hong Jit Dit , Yee Ma Chuk Dat

Wah Yip Ma Mak

KATHA Achan Sub MaHa Net Piang Far (Mother's Eye)

Si Thi Teh Syo

Si Thi Kit Chang

Maha Puto

Mat Sam Tak Na

KATHA General (Non Amulet)

Sugandha Pūjā (Incense Offering)


With lights brightly shining

Dīpena tama-dhaṃsinā

Abolishing this gloom

Tiloka-dīpaṃ sambuddhaṃ

I adore the Enlightened One,

Pūjayāmi tamo-nudaṃ

The Light of the three worlds.

Padīpa Pūjā (Light Offering)


With perfumed incense

Dhūpenāhaṃ sugandhinā

And fragrant smoke

Pūjaye pūjaneyyaṃ taṃ

I worship the Exalted One,


Who is great and worthy of worship.

Puppha Pūjā (Flower Offering)

Pujemi Buddham kusumenanena

I worship the Buddha with these flowers;

Puññenametena ca hotu mokkham

May this virtue be helpful for my emancipation;

Puppham milāyāti yathā idam me

Just as these flowers fade,

Kāyo tathā yāti vināsa-bhavam

Our body will undergo decay.

Katha Maha Sanae (attractive)

Ahom Maha Sanae Ahom Na Metta

Maha Metta Ahom Na metta Taywa Jitta

KATHA Itipiso

Itipiso Ton Hong

I Ti Pi So Bha Kha Wa

A Ra Hang Sam Ma Sam Budh Dho

Wish Sha Ja Ra Na Sam Pan No

Su Kha To Lo Ka Wi Dhu A Nut Ta Lo

Pu Ris Sa Dham Ma Sa Ra Dhi

Sat Dha De Wa Ma Nus Sa Nang

Budh Dho Bha Kha Wa Ti
Lord Buddha is the Holy One,the Enlightened One,the Perfect One of all knowledges and conduct,the Well-Gone,the World Enlightener,the incomparable Supreme Teacher of gods and humans,and the Awakened and Blessed One.

Tiratanamusarana Katha ( Itipiso )

Itipi So Phakawa Arahang Samma Samputtho Vitcacaranak Sampanno Sukato Lokavitu Anuttaro Purisatammasarathi SatthaTayvamanusanang Puttho Phakavatik.

Savakato Phakawata Thammo Santitthiko Akaliko Ayhikpassiko Opaknakyiko Patcattang Vaythitappo Vinyuhiktik

Supatipanno Phakavato Savakasangko, Ucukpatipanno Phakavato Savakasango Yayakpatipanno Phakavato Savakasango, Samicikpatipanno Phakavato Savakasangko Yathithang Cattarik Puriksayukanik Atthak Puriksapukkala, Aysak Phakkavato Savakasangko, Ahukneyyo Pahukneyyo Thakkhineyyo Ancaklikaraniyo Anuttarang Punyakkhaytang Lokassaktik.

katha Hoon Pa Yong

Luang Phor Mug , Wat Kao Lek

Ma A U

Si Wa Pong Ma

Ci Tang Ma Ni Ma Mat

Tak Nak Poh Kang

Tuk Sak Ma Ni

Luang Phor Chang

Soh Sa Ah Ni

Soh Sa Ah Ni

Sa Ah Ni So

Ah Soh Ah Soh Ni Ni

Sa Ah Soh Ni

Soh Ah Soh Ah

Ni Soh Sa Ah

Ah Ni Soh Sa

Sah Mah Su    x5

Luang Phor Dum, Wat Santithum

Ah Tan Nang Su Cha Si Ah Ah Tan Nang Ma Ha Mokali

Luang Phor Tuk Sut (Prasut), Wait Nai Tao

Puttang Maha Alatananang Atitanang,

Puttang Maha Prasitimay,

Tammang Maha Alatananang Atitanang,

Tammang Maha Prasitimay,

Sangkang Maha Alatananang Atitanang,

Sangkang Maha Prasitimay

KATHA Jatukam

Jatukam ramathep , mahateawa , mahaputo , mahalapo , pawantumay x9

KATHA Khun Phaen (Khun Paen)

"Su Na Mo Lo"

"Maha Bada

Om Siddhi Sawaha

Su Na Mo Lo"

"Ae Hi Ma Ma

Na Mo Buddha Ya

Na Ma Pa Ta"


"Na Ma Ja Ku Au Ja Ya

Ma E Ti Ara Hang

Pan Tang Ja Ku"

Su Na Mo Lo

Namo Putaya

Pak Nat Mak Pak

Luang Poo Niwes Siri wattano, wat toong krajet, Uthong , Suphanburi

Om sit thi sri sri

ra sri koo ngarm kue thong far na ma pa ta

(my looking will be pretty like the sky)

Na koo ngarm kue pra man na ma pa ta

(my face look pretty like angel)

kaen koo ngarm kue pra na rai na ma pa ta

(my pretty arm like Narai

chai koo ngarm kue pra ar thit na ma pa ta

(my whole body pretty like the sun)

rit koo ngarm kue pra chant na ma pa ta

(my ability seem like the moon)

sao nai sawan hen na koo yoo mi dai na ma pa ta

(angel see me cannot stay)

koo ja ram luek thueng ton mai kor ma nguay ngong na ma pa ta

(the tree will be confuse when I thing about tree

koo ja ram luek thueng pha ya hong kor ma luem tham pra koo ha na ma pa ta

(like the swan forget its rest when I thought the swan)

koo ja ram luek thueng pha ya pla tee yoo nai nam dor ma luem pra mae kong ka na ma pa ta

(like the fish forget the river when I think of it)

koo ja ram luek thueng ma ha se na kor ma luem tee non na ma pa ta

(like the boss forget his bed when I thing of him)

koo ja ram luek thueng kai on kor luem mae lan tarm na ma pa ta

(like the teenager escape her mom to be with me when I think of her)

koo ja ram luek thueng chang plai kor luem pai na ma pa ta

(like elephant forget forest)

koo ja ram luek thueng sao chai kor luem mae na ma pa ta

(like the girl servant forget her mom)

koo ja ram luek thueng sao kae ko ma long lai na ma pa ta

(like old mate forget herself)

koo ja ram luek thueng chao tai kor ma luem suad mont na ma pa ta

(like the priest forget his praying)

koo ja ram luek thueng foong chon kor ma rak goo tuan na na ma pa ta (like the crowds became my beloved people)

koo ja ram luek thueng took chan far lae tewada took wi marn na ma pa ta (the deity who live in every classify heaven and palace)

Om sit thi sa wa ha

Ma aa u

Luang Phor Tim, Wat Lahanrai

Na Su Na Mo Lo, Kha Wit Tang,

E-hit Ma Nut Yang, Sitti Pan Tang,

Arahang Sawa Mak x7

Achan Perm

Su Nak Mo Ro,

Na Mo Put Ta Ya,

Nak mit put toh,

Na mo put ta ya

Luang Phor Goy, Wat Kao Din Tai, Buriram    Khun Phaen JedNari

Om Siti Fa Pian Si Ku Ngam Ku Fa Na Ma Pa Ta

Na Ku Ngam Kru Pa Narai Na Ma Pa Ta

Chai Ku Ngam Kru Pra In

Jit Ku Ngam Kru Pa Jun Na Ma Pa Ta

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Luk kai On Ku Ma Ram Dai

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Sao Jai Kor Ma Luem Mae

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Sao Kar Kor Ma Long Lai

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Phaya Chang Prai Kor Ma Luem Prai

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Jao Tai Kor Ma Leum Suad Mon

Ku Ja Rum Luk Tung Fung Chon Kor Ma Ruk Ku Yu Tua Fa

Pan Din Na Mo Bud Dha Ya

Sa Ha Sa Hom.

KAKTHA Kruba Krissana (Kritsana)

When chanting all this katha, think to KB Krissana, Lord Shiva, Aumatayvee and in mind pray: ''Ahom Namaha Shivaya Mahudnirunya''


Krissana krissana haray haray rama haray,

Krissana krissana namapata,

Yeram Yesiram Yeram.


Krissana krissana haray haray krissana,

Dosmaraysa rama siriram,

Yeram yeyeram namapata.

KAKTHA Kumanthong

Om mana ca maha putta akachahi ehi mama mala khuman thong

Wat Sam Ngarm

Buddhasabucha Dhammasabucha Sanghasabucha Patipatibucha Pawantumai x3

Aukasa Aukasa I pay respect to the golden doll.

Please be in my eyes, my heart, my body.

I had made merit for many former lives.

Owing to the result of good deeds, may I be lucky.

Please bring good luck to me every day and in all directions (everywhere).

May I get as I wish.

(you say what you want)

(Pay obsesance to the golden doll three times)

Wat Sam Ngarm II

Bud-dha-ssa bu-cha

Dham-ma-ssa bu-cha

Sang-ka-ssa bu-cha

Pa-ti-pa-ti bu-cha

bha-wan-tu -me

U-ka-sa U-ka-sa

Ka-pa-jow kau -wai took-ka-ta-thong

kau -jong ma bung-gert

yoo nai jak-ku ta-warn

nai ma-no ta-warn

nai guy ta-warn

hang ka-pa-jow

Kau day-cha, ka-pa-jow dai bum-pen goo-son

ma tae a-nek-a-nan-ta-chart

Gert -dui took-ka-ta-thong

lahp-pra-kan jong -ma bung-gert gae -ka-pa-jow

tung pad tit nung nung

Jong ma took wan yah dai kard sak-ka-ra nun ler

Hai meuan onk took-ka-ta-thong nan terd

Om Put Chow Ler, See Poo Mi Leap

Ti Lek Ta Pai , Kho Chong Tok Tuan

Chai Sai Ku Man Thong , Koo Ma Lak Chooti

Koo Ma Lak Kee, Loh Hoti Sam Pak

Loh Chon Ma Pun Kert Pen Ku Man Tong

Koon Nong Lik Koo, Chak Chai Hai Pai Ha Ngern

Kor Hai Dai Ngern, Koo Chak Chai Bai Har Dai

Tong koo Chak Chai Hai Bai Ha Lap, kor Hai Dai

Koo Chak Chai Hai, Bai Ha Harp

Chit Chor Na Mo Sarp

Chit Nak Mak Nung Sark Mak Sor

Ee Koon Nun You Tai Teen koo

Om Put Chit Om Cha Nak Ark

Ark Yiak Maha Larp Maha La

Mit Maha La Mit, Altik Maha Larp

Ma Om Luai Luai

Luang Phor Dum

A Hit Ku Ma

A Hit Ko Mak Hing Sa

A Hit Tak Nang

A Hit Ah Har Lack Poh

Cha Nang Ro Hi Tang

Wa Rang Su Tha

Offering Food

I mang

Soo pa pa yan cha na

Sam pan nang

Salee nang

Po cha na nang

Oot ta kang

Wa rang

Put tas sa

Poo che mi

Namotasa bagawato ahrahato samma samputasa (X7)

Kumalomama Aihicitang piyangmama (X3 / X5 / X)

Namotasa bagawato ahrahato samma samputasa (X3)

ciceruni citang cesikang rupang nimitang kumalowa

Ahkacaya Ahkacahi ehi ehi namapata ehimama tanapoka sammaAhrahang tanapokang

tusamari tana kamo sapaytanang tanapokang pawatumay (X1 / X3)

หลวง ปู่ นเวศน์ สิริวฑฒ โน วัค ทุ่ง กระ เจ็ค อ. อู่ ทอง จ. สุพรรณบุรี

lŭang bpòo ná-wêt sì-riw-tót noh wák tôong grà jèk or òo tong jor sòop-rá-ron bòo ree

ดาถาบูชากุมารเรียกทรัพย์ (อุ้มเงิน อุ้มทอง)

daa-tăa boo-chaa gòo maan rîak sáp (ôom ngern ôom tong )

พุทธัสสะ บูชา ธัมมัสสะ บูชา สังฆัสสะ บูชา ปติปติ บูชา ภะ วัน ตุ เม

póot-tát-sà boo-chaa tam-mát-sà boo-chaa săng-kát-sà boo-chaa bpà-dtì bpà-dtì boo-chaa pá wan dtòo may

อุกาสะ อุกาสะ

òo-gaa-sà òo-gaa-sà

ข้าพเจ้า ขอ บูชา กุมาร ทอง เรียก ทรัพย์

kâap-pá-jâo kŏr boo-chaa gòo maan tong rîak sáp (I pray for Kumanthong)

ขอ โชค ขอ ลาภ ขอ ความเจริญก้าวหน้า ทุก ประการ

kŏr chôhk kŏr lâap , kŏr kwaam jày-rin gâao nâa tóok bprà-gaan (asking for lucky , asking for my progressive)

จง มา บัง เกิค แก่ ข้าพเจ้า ทัง

jong maa bang gèrk gàe kâap-pá-jâo tang (asking for my progressive)

จง มา บัง เกิค แก่ ข้าพเจ้า ทัง 8 ทิศ

jong maa bang gèrk gàe kâap-pá-jâo tang 8 tít (to be happen all the way)

เป็นประจำ ทุกวัน อย่า ให้ ขาค จิเจ รุนิ จิต ตัง เจต ตะสิก

bpen bprà-jam tóok wan yàa hâi kàak jì-jày róo-ní jìt dtang jèt dtà-sìk (always happen to me everyday , this katha pray for change the one's mind to look at you , the mentality , the mentality)

กัง รูปัง นิมิตตัง กุ มา โร วา มะมะ มะพะทะ

gang roo-bpang ní-mít-dtang gòo maa roh waa má-má ná má-pá-tá

Luang Phor Dum Wat Shantitham GumanThong Katha

A Hit Ku Ma

A Hit Ko Mak Hing Sa

A Hit Tak Nang

A Hit Ah Har Lack Poh

Cha Nang Ro Hi Tang

Wa Rang Su Tha

Luang Phor Nen Kampeero, Wat Bankasettungsetti, Pontong, Roi-Et


kaa tăa bplòok gòo maan tong dòot rók




chì-chè rú-ní


chìt tang


chè-tà-sì kà-kang




kù ma ro wa


níp pha nang


tang níp phút-ting


má-phá-thá ná


pà thà wí-tha-tù


thi khang-wa


phá kà sà chà


wa-to sĕn to




hàt-thá yang




chi wang ùt-tè tì


a khát-chă-hì




ehì ta tà


pì-yá pù tà-tà


pù re-e thà


pa rá mi


hàt thà yang




chì-phá kà ro thà


wá chà nang


àt chà ra


phá wá să


tà ra-cha


tì pà rang


tà-rít thă mí




sà thê wá kang

Kruba Subin Sumaythaso, Wat Chantaraviroj, Chiang Mai

คาถา ปลุก กุมาร ทอง

kha thă plùk kù man thong


má hă kù ma-li wa-thá-nang

กัจจะยัน ตุ

kàt chà yan tù

พุทโทเอ หิ มานินิมะ

phú thá-tho-e hì ma-ní-ní-má


thá-phá-má ná


ná má-phá-thá


má hă la-phang


phá wan tù me     (3 จบ 3 times)

Kruba Subin Sumaythaso, Wat Chantaraviroj, Chiang Mai II (4 Face KMT)

คาถา เทพ กุมาร แก้วสารพัดนึก

khathă thêp kùman kâewsănphátnúek

เอหิ ต๋าตะ ติยะ ปุตตะ ปุเรถะ มะมะ

ehì tătà tìyá pùttà pùrethà mámá

บ๋าระมิง หะทะยัง เม พิสิน เจถะ ตะโร

băráming hàtháyang me phísĭn chèthà tàro

ถะ เอหิ อุมารา มะมะ มะมะพะทะ

thà ehì ùmara mámá mámápháthá


KAKTHA Luang Phor Da Juntadharmmo

Phra Pirab

Ohm Yaksawaroopchada

Taraya Pinaka Sana Tanaya

Tiwayaya Tevaya

Hi Tumma Paraya

Tussa Mai Ya Ka

Waraya Nama Siwaya

Petch Phayatorn (Thep Sanaha)

Ohm Pra Pettayathorn sadej john yoo bon veha

Ku ja riak hai mueng ma

Ku jashchaihaimueg paisuhong (Name of the worshipper's lover )

Ku Jachai Hai Mueng Pai Somjornkubduay (Name of the worshipper's lover)

Ti Kumlung Lubsanit Nitra Mao Mua Nimit Kidwa Gu Masomsooduay

Jong Ribpai Kamhuay Kamnong Kamklong Kamta Kamdin

Kammahasamutsaisin Kamsirinmon Kampapayont La Artun Pai Terdpor

Chaiya Prasittimae

Ohm Jittung Ma-reso So-ma-re Arkujchahi Ittiwut Tubpho Arkujchahi

Ohm Theprumluek Mahathep Rumluek Truengjit Truengjai Trueng Nai Pratai (Name of the worshipper's lover)

Hai Sadoong Yun Roong Yun Kum Yalub Yanon Bonfook Bonmon

Rumluek Truektueng Rumpuengjuengma Nungta Koitom Koichomtair

ngao Nungbab Krungklao Piromchomchuey

Prapai Jao Uey Jong Mapudduangjit (Name of the worshipper's lover)

Ma Soo Duangjit Gu Pud Ao Duangjit Gu Pai Soo Duang Jit (Name of the worshipper's lover)

Na Pookjit Mo Pookjai Buddha Pook Alai

Tar Hai Krumkruan Yahai Runjuan Puanjit

Puanpun Tueng Gu Yu Ruenmidai Rong hai Mahagu

Ahi Jittung Piyung Mama

Ohm Sitti Sawahom